Piccadilly Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

Piccadilly Theatre seat prices
The Piccadilly Theatre was designed by Edward A Stone and Bertie Crewe and opened in 1928. It was perhaps a blessing in disguise that the theatre turned to cinema in the 1930s as there are no unsightly pillars or strange viewing angles to speak of, making the Piccadilly one of the best theatres in the West End for sight-lines. The theatre is of a moderate size for Theatreland and holds just over 1,200 seats across three levels, the Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. The best seats for viewing the show tend to be around the centre of the Stalls and the front and centre of the Royal Circle, however these seats tend to be the highest priced. Cheaper seats in the Grand Circle still offer good views of the stage, and good deals can be found at the back of the Grand Circle, which may feel a little bit far away but still has a clear view of the stage. Disabled seating can be booked in the Royal Circle.
Piccadilly Theatre Stalls Royal Circle Grand Circle
£20 None available None available Seats in the last three rows (K-M) at the very back of the Upper Circle are within this price category.
£45 All seats in rows A, T and U are within this price category. Seats in row A may have a slight viewing restriction as audience members will have to look up at the stage throughout the show. Seats in rows T and U may be affected by the Royal Circle overhang, which means that the tops of tall sets or action high on stage may be partly obscured. None available Other than the seats listed in the price category above, the majority of the Grand Circle seats are within this price category. These seats should have a pretty clear view of the stage. The best seats in this level will be around the centre of rows C-G.
£67.50 Other than the £45 seats listed above and the premium seats listed below, the majority of Stalls seats are within this price category. The best seats will be around seats 7-9 and 22-24 in rows C-K as these seats are directly next to the premium seats and boast similar views for £20 less! This also goes for the centre of rows L and M. Other than the premium seats listed below, the majority of Royal Circle seats are within this price category. Seats at this price will have clear, unobstructed views of the stage. The best seats in this level are the centre (seats 5-24) in rows D-E as these seats are directly behind the premium seats and therefore have similar views for around £20 less. None available
£85-95 Seats 9-20 in rows C- E and seats 10-21 in rows F-K are considered to be premium seats. These seats will have the best view of the stage in the house. Seats are £85 during the week and £95 on a Saturday. Seats 5-12 and 17-24 in rows A-C are considered to be premium seats. These seats will have the best view of the stage in the house. Seats are £85 during the week and £95 on a Saturday. None available