Queen's Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

Queen's Theatre Seating Prices
The Queen’s Theatre is another classic early 20th Century building designed by veteran theatre architect W G R Sprague. The theatre was originally part of a pair with the neighbouring Gielgud Theatre but has since be refurbished and redeveloped following structural damage in the Second World War. The theatre is a standard size and shape for the West End, seating just under 1000 people over three levels, the Stalls, Dress Circle and the Upper Circle. The Stalls generally boasts good views of the stage, aside from the back few rows being affected by the Dress Circle overhang. The Dress Circle is also generally a good place to sit, although it has some ‘slip’ seats at the front that curve around the auditorium. These seats can be fair value for money as they are significantly cheaper than those in the rest of the section. The Upper Circle is a mixed bag of seats; this is the section where the cheapest seats can be found, although some may have viewing restrictions.
Queen’s Theatre Stalls Dress Circle Upper Circle
£10 (Standing tickets) There is a small standing area at the back of the Stalls. This area will have a moderately restricted view due to the Circle overhang. There is a small standing area at the back of the Dress Circle. This area will have a moderately restricted view due to the Circle overhang. There is a small standing area at the back of the Upper Circle. The view will have no visual obstructions but may feel very far away from the stage.There are a small number of £10 seats in the Upper Circle at the beginning of rows AA-C. These seats will have a moderate viewing obstruction due to the curved nature of the upper level and also due to the placement of hand rails.
£20-35 There are a small number of £35 at the back of the Stalls in rows V&W. These seats will have a fairly restricted view due to the Circle overhang. There are about 10 seats in the Dress Circle within this price category and these are all within the Circle’s slip seat section. These are side seats at the front of the Circle and they will have a fairly restricted view of the stage due to a safety bar obstruction and a side angle viewing point. The vast majority of seats (excluding central seats) within the Upper Circle are within this price category, with seats tending to decrease in value the further away from the centre they move.  Seats towards the sides of the Upper Circle will have slight side angle views of the stage and seats towards the front may have a few visual issues due to the placement of the safety rail.
£45-50 Seats in row S-U are within this price category. The seats will have a fairly good view of the stage but some of the set may not be visible at times due to the Circle overhang.Seats A 13&14 are also within this price category as they are directly behind the conductor which could be a distraction. Side seats in the slip sections and Loge seats are within this price category, as are the first and last seats of rows A-C as these seats are considered to have a slight side angle view.The entirety of row L is within this price category as viewing is slightly restricted by the Upper Circle overhang. Seats within this price category are the best within the Upper Circle as they have a central view of  the stage. These seats are the seats right in the middle section of the Upper, Circle from rows A-F (generally seats 6-20.)However theatregoers should be aware that some seats in this price category, namely those in row A, will still have a slight handrail obstruction.
£65 Other than the restricted view seats listed above and the premium seats listed below, the majority of the Stalls is within this price category.  These seats tend to have a generally good view of the stage, however I would advise those looking at this price category not to opt for row R or seats 5-6 and 20-21 in row A as these still have some viewing issues.It is worth noting the premium seats below; seats in this price category surrounding the premium seats (so middle seats in row E and K) as these seats will be the best value for money in this section. Other than the restricted view seats listed above and the premium seats listed below, the majority of the Dress Circle seats are within this price category. These seats tend to have good, clear views of the stage.It is worth noting the premium seats below; seats in this price category surrounding the premium seats (so middle seats in row E and surrounding seats in rows A-D) as these seats will be the best value for money in this section. None available
Premium seats - £85+ Middle section seats in rows F-J are within this price category. These seats offer the absolute best seats in the house. Middle section seats in rows A-D are within this price category. These seats offer the absolute best seats in the house. None available