Prince Edward Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

Prince Edward Theatre seat prices Aladdin
Originally built in 1930, the Prince Edward Theatre has housed a variety of entertainment, including cabaret, dance and large-scales musicals, which it is now best known for. Designed in an Art Deco style, there are rare restrictions throughout the theatre, with a large stage allowing for big productions to be held. With a seating capacity of 1,650, split across the Stalls, Dress Circle and Grand Circle, the extravagant theatre provides some of the clearest sight-lines in the West End. There are no pillars, but some slight restrictions from safety rails in the Grand Circle, whilst seats at the ends of rows in the Stalls are affected by the Dress Circle overhang. The best seats are in the centre of the Stalls and Dress Circle, and bargains can be found in Boxes and Loges. Check out our price chart below, which details the type of view you can get for the ticket you buy. Please note that prices drastically vary depending on the day of the performance. It is recommended to thoroughly check you are getting the best price available before booking seats.
Ticket Price Stalls Dress Circle Grand Circle
£125.00-£149.50 (Premium 1) Top price premium seats are located in rows D-G, Row K and rows M-N of the Stalls. Situated in the centre of the row, these seats are the best in the theatre, offering a head-on, central view of the action. You can see every detail and a decent rake allows you to see above those in front.   Premium seats are located in rows C-D of the Dress Circle. You can see well above those in front, and there are no restrictions from the front of the balcony. Some may prefer to sit in these seats for large-scale musicals, as you get a brilliant panoramic view of the stage. Not available.
£92.50 - £125.00 (Premium 2) Second price premium seats are in the front half of the Stalls, in rows C-R. Most seats at this price are toward the ends of the rows, which can provide a slight side view, but nothing that would hinder any enjoyment. Sit in seats 12-24 of rows O-R for the most central, panoramic view.   A handful of seats are at this price in the Dress Circle, in rows A-E. Most seats are toward the ends of rows which could provide a slight side view, but not enough to hinder any enjoyment. Sit centrally in Row E for the best overall view of the stage at this price. Not available.
£69.50 - £72.50 Most of the Stalls fall under this price, as the theatre ensures excellent views throughout. The Dress Circle begins to overhang toward the rear of the seating, but does not affect the view at all. There is decent legroom throughout and a rake that ensures you can see past those in front. Aim to sit as centrally as possible in rows H-J or S-V for the best overall view. Loges are also this price, but may offer a side view.   The majority of seats in this section are this price, as a decent rake allows you to see above those in front with no restrictions. Seats 16-18 of rows B-D are restricted view due to safety rails. Sit as centrally as possible for the best, panoramic view of the entire stage. Loges and Boxes are also this price, but may offer a side view. Not available.
£52.50 - £59.50 Seats 2-3 and 33-35 of rows R-Z are this price, as you may momentarily miss parts of the set due to the overhang. These seats are at the ends of the row and next to the wall, which can make for extra legroom. Despite partial restrictions, these seats are still worth purchasing.   Row M falls under this price as it is distant from the stage and may be difficult to make out facial expressions. However, a decent rake ensures you can over the heads of those in front. Slip Boxes are this price as they face the stage side on and are restricted view, although you still get a good view of the stage.   Most seats in the Grand Circle are this price, as although you may feel distant from the stage, a decent rake ensures you can see past those in front of you. It is worth sitting in seats 11-27 of rows A-F for the most clear, panoramic overall view of the stage.
£45.00 - £52.50 Seats at the very ends of rows ZA-ZC are this price, as they are restricted view due to the overhang of the Dress Circle, which causes you to miss moments of the set. You are also located next to the wall, but these are still good bargain seats, as you can see most of the stage! Stalls Boxes are also this price, but these are restricted view and are probably worth avoiding.   Rows N-O are this price, as they are affected by the overhang of the Grand Circle. This means there is a partially restricted view, due to some of the set being missed at points. You can still see some of the stage, but it will be distant and you will struggle to see facial expressions. Worth purchasing if on a strict budget. Rows H-L of the Grand Circle are this price, as they are distant from the stage and it can be difficult to make out any facial expressions. There are a handful of seats at this price toward the front of the seating, but these are restricted view due to safety rails and should be avoided where possible. Grand Circle Boxes are this price as you will need to lean forward to see the stage.  
£37.50 - £40.00 Not available. Not available. Limited seats in the Grand Circle are this price. Rows M-N are the best option, as a decent rake means you can see past those in front to a clear, panoramic view of the stage. You won’t be able to see detail from here, but the seats are worth purchasing if on a budget! Other seats at this price are severely restricted view and should be avoided where possible. Slips require you to lean forward to see the stage.  
Day Seats (£25.00) Day Seats are located in Row A of the Stalls. Due to a high stage, you may have to crane your neck, but these are excellent seats.   Not available. Not available.