Built in 1911 at the height of music hall production, the Victoria Palace has a traditional theatre layout. Like most theatres, the Victoria Palace London has a lavishly decorated interior with marble features and traditional red velvet seating.
With 1,550 seats spread over three levels; the Stalls, Dress Circle and Grand Circle, the Victoria Palace is of a moderate to large size and feels relatively vast from the inside. Unlike some other theatres built during the same era, the Victoria Palace does not have any unsightly pillars creating viewing restrictions. Generally speaking the majority of seats in the theatre have a good view of the stage and are appropriately priced dependent on their location. The only seats that should be approached with some caution are seats in row A of the Stalls and Grand Circle, as well as Grand Circle side seats (although these seats are heavily discounted)
Between 2016-17, the theatre went under a multi-million pound renovation, which included changing the style and position of the seating. Views are still great across all the seats, although the grand circle is still severely raked with minimal legroom.
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.
|Victoria Palace Theatre
|£125-£250 (Premium Seats)
|Central seats in the Stalls, from row C-P, are available as premium seats. These seats offer some of the best views in the theatre and a clear, uninterrupted view of the stage.
|Central seats in the Royal Circle, from rows C-H, are premium seats. These seats offer some of the best views in the theatre and a panoramic view of the stage, which is perfect for seeing large scale musicals.
|£100 (Band A)
|The majority of seats in the stalls are priced in Band A. These seats offer a great view of the stage. Due to the high stage at this theatre, try and avoid seats in rows B-C, if possible to avoid neck strain. Stalls Box C is also available in this price band, these seats benefit from a private entrance and better legroom than the rest of the stalls, however, the view could be restricted by the Royal Circle overhang.
|The majority of seats in the Royal Circle are included in this price band. These seats will offer a great view of the stage and this section is an ideal place to sit for a large scale musical, like Hamilton. Row A of this section suffers from limited legroom and the back row could be restricted by the Grand Circle overhang.
|£75 (Band B)
|Some restricted view seats at the sides of the front stalls are available in this price band. These seats will still offer a good view, close enough to see facial expressions, but from a side-on angle. Four seats in the centre of the front row are also available, you'll need to look up from these seats due to the high stage and won't be able to see any action towards the back of the stage.
|Restricted view seats at the sides of row A in the Royal Circle, as well as B39, H1-2, L2-3 and L38-39, are available for this price. Also available in this price band are Boxes A and C at the sides of the auditorium, and the Matcham Box at the back of this section.
|Central seats in rows B-D of the Grand Circle are available for this price. These seats offer a fantastic view of the stage, but suffer from very limited legroom. Avoid seats B-D19, if possible, due to a restricted view.
|£57.50 (Band C)
|The Victoria and Albert Boxes at the back of the Royal Circle are in this price band. These boxes benefit from a private entrance, but offer a restricted view of the stage. Slip seats in row AA are also available, as well as Boxes B and D at the side of the auditorium. There will be viewing restrictions from these seats.
|Seats in Row A and E-F are in this price band. These seats offer a great view of the stage, but suffer from very limited legroom.
|£37.50 (Band D)
|Slip seats AA1 and AA8 in this section are available for this price. These seats offer a restricted view of the stage, and we feel it would be better to opt for seats in the Grand Circle over this seat, if available.
|The majority of seats in the Grand Circle are available at this price. These seats offer a great view of the stage, but suffer from very limited legroom. Also available are restricted view seats in boxes A-D in this section.
|£20 (Band E)
|Slip seats in row AA of this section are available for £20, these seats offer a restricted view of the stage but are a great way to see Hamilton on a tight budget. There is limited legroom and the view can depend on how much other audience members in the slip seats lean forward.