Wyndham's Theatre tickets

Seating Plan

Wyndhams Theatre seat prices
The Wyndham’s Theatre is one of a pair with the opposite Noel Coward and was opened in 1899 having been designed by veteran theatre architect William G R Sprague. The theatre holds around 760 audience members and seating is spread over four levels, the Stalls, Royal Circle,Grand Circle and Balcony. Although the theatre is over 100 years old, there are not too many viewing restrictions (such as vast pillars) other than the slight U shape of the top two levels which creates a few side view seats.  Generally the best seats can be found in the centre of the Stalls and Royal circles, however these are also the most expensive.
Wyndham’s Theatre Stalls Royal Circle Grand Circle Balcony
£15 If the auditorium is full then some standing tickets are available at the back of the balcony for £15. These tickets are only available from the theatre itself and only at times when all seating is sold out. None available None available If the auditorium is full then some standing tickets are available at the back of the balcony for £15. These tickets are only available from the theatre itself and only at times when all seating is sold out.
£25 None available None available None available Side seats (5 and 26) in row A and all seats in row C-D are at this price. The seats in row A will have a side view of the stage and therefore may have a fair viewing restriction and audience members in these seats may miss parts of the action. The seats in rows C and D are at the very back of the Balcony, and may feel very far away from the action. If you do book these seats then I would recommend the middle section of the rows as these will have the clearest view of the stage.
£35-45 Seats at the top end of this price category are situated at the very back of the Stalls in rows Q and R. These seats may have a slight viewing restriction due to the Royal Circle overhang. Seats in row G at the very back of the Royal Circle are within the top part of this price category. These seats may be affected by the Grand Circle overhang. All of this level is within this price bracket.Side seats in the Grand Circle are at the lower end of the price category. These seats (around the first and last 3 seats of rows A-C and the first and last seat of row D) will have a slightly less clear view of the stage than seats in the middle of the section.The more central seats within the Grand Circle are at the top end of the price category. These seats have a clearer view of the stage and seats  around the centre of B and C (12-22) are the best in the level. Seats at the lower end of this price category are situated in the front two rows of the Balcony. These seats will have  the best views of the stage in the Balcony level.
£58.50 Other than seats in rows Q-R and the premium seats listed below, the majority of Stalls seats are in this price category. The best seats at this price in the Stalls tend to be around the centre of row D and rows H-J as these surround the premium seats. These offer a similar view to the premium seats but cost over £25 less. Other than the seats in row G listed above and the premium seats listed below, the majority of Royal Circle seats are within this price category. Seats at this price should have a clear and unobstructed view of the stage. The best seats are around the centre of rows C-D as these surround the premium seats. These offer a similar view to the premium seats but cost over £25 less. None available None available
£85 Seats 11-20 in rows E-G are considered to be ‘premium seats.’  These seats offer the best views of the stage in the level. Seats 11-20 in rows A-B are considered to be ‘premium seats.’  These seats offer the best views of the stage in the level. None available None available