The Other Palace tickets

Seating Plan

The Other Palace is the newly re-branded St James Theatre. Built in 2012, The Other Palace is purpose-built to ensure great views from throughout the auditorium. Set across the Stalls, this ensures there is no obstruction from a Circle overhang, lighting rigs or support pillars. With just one level of seating in the main theatre, all seats offer clear views of the stage, with a steep rake allowing you to see past the audience member in the row in front. With a maximum seating capacity of 312, rows reach from A-N. The auditorium is similar to an intimate studio, which is why the venue is suited to smaller-scale musicals and plays. Row A is extremely close to the stage and can be perfect for those looking for an immersive experience! Ticket prices change depending on the production, although a general price bracket system is in place, which is similar for each production. Cheaper seats can be found towards the ends of rows and towards the rear of the auditorium in rows M-N, although these still offer great views. Premium seats are located centrally. Please see our price guide below for a more in depth seating guide. Please note that prices vary depending on the production.
St James Theatre
Band C/D – £5-£25 Seats in the lowest price brackets tend to be situated in the back rows of the auditorium.
Band B - £25-£40 Side seats in rows J-M and rows B-C tend to be in this price category. Seats offer a good view of the stage but have a slight angle vantage point.
Band A – £40-£65 The majority of seats in the theatre are in this price category. Generally these seats are in the centre of rows C-L and boast a great view of the stage.
Premium Seats – £45-£65 Premium seats are considered to have the best view of the stage in the auditorium. These seats can usually be found in the centre of rows D-F.