Victoria Palace Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

Victoria Palace Theatre seat prices
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.
Victoria Palace Theatre Stalls Dress Circle Grand Circle
£20 The entirety of rows A and B as well as far side seats (not centre seats) in rows C-E are priced just under £20 Seats in row A and some in row B may have a restricted view of due to the height of the stage above the seating area, although they are significantly less expensive than those a few rows back. The best Stalls seats at this price tend to be in rows C-D around seats 3-8 and 22-27 as these will offer a fairly clear and comfortable view of the stage. None available Side seats, numbers 1-4 and 43-46 in row A along with the entirety of row K (back row) are within the lower part of the price category. The side seats and those in row A will offer side angle views of the show, which could be a tad restricted. Those at the back of the Grand Circle will not have any viewing restrictions but may feel a bit far away from the stage.Seats toward the top of this price category can be found in the entirety of rows A and J as well as in side seats in row B and Grand Circle boxes. Seats in row A and row B may have a restricted view due to the placement of the safety handrail. Boxes may have a slight side angle view, as well as feeling fairly high up. Row J will have a clear view of the stage but may feel quite distant from the action.
£37.50 Cheaper seats within this price category can be found in the far side seats of rows F-H and seats 35-36 in row J. These seats are close enough to the stage for the performance to feel intimate, however they may have slight side angle views. None available in the main seating area, however seats in the alcove's of this level cost just under £50. Other than the seats listed in the above price category, the majority of seats within  this level are within the bottom section of this price category. Seats will have a clear, unobstructed view of the stage, however they may feel fairly high up.The best seats in this price category within the level are around the centre of rows D-G.
£57.50 -£75.00 Other than the restricted view seats listed above and the premium seats listed below, the majority of Stalls seats are within this price category. The best seats in this level at this price tend to be Around seats 10-12 and 25-29 in rows G-K as well as seats 11- 26 in row L. These seats surround the premium seats and offer almost the same view. Other than the alcove seats listed above and the premium seats listed below, the majority of the Dress Circle seats are within this price category. seats 12-23 in rows C and D and seats 12-13 and  22-23 in row B are the bets value for money within the section as these seats surround the premium seats and offer similar views. None available
£100 - £250 Premium Seats 13- 24 in rows G-J and seats 17-20 in row K are considered to be premium seats and will have the best view of the stage within the level. Seats 12-23 in row A and seats 14-21 in row B are considered to be premium seats and will offer the best view of the stage within the level. None available