West End

Piccadilly Theatre Seating Plan | Death of a Salesman

The Piccadilly Theatre can accomodate nearly 2000 people at a time. The theatre is spread across 3 sections - Stalls, Royal Circle, and Grand Circle.

This guide on the Piccadilly Theatre seating plan will help you find the best seats for Death of a Salesman at West End. Get real-time seat availability and pricing, insider tips on the best seats, and more in this Piccadilly Theatre seating plan.

Navigating the Piccadilly Theatre Seating Plan


Piccadilly Theatre Seating Plan

Piccadilly Theatre Seating Plan

Death of a Salesman

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Piccadilly Theatre - Recommended Seats

Value for money seats
Stalls: Seats in Rows L-P. Royal Circle: Seats in Rows A-E. Grand Circle: Seats in Rows A-G. Check out the real time seat availability and pricing for Death of a Salesman and get your tickets before they run out.
If money were no matter
Centre seats in rows F-K in Stalls, and seats 5-22 in rows B-D in Royal Circle.
Best views of the stage
Stalls: Rows C-K. Royal Circle: Rows B-D. Grand Cirle: Rows A and B.

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Piccadilly Theatre Stalls

Being the closest to the stage, the Stalls section is also the most in demand. Unlike most other theatres, the Stalls in Piccadilly don’t have a central aisle, which means that the section exists like giant block, starting from row CC and ending with row U, bringing the total to 21 rows. The seats are gently raked from Row A towards the rear, giving clear views over the audience in front. At the very end of the Stalls, this rake levels off, making the views slightly less clear.

The overhang for the Royal Circle section from row N also causes some restricted views in the end corner of this section. In general, the seats in this section are quite comfortable and most offer decent legroom. If you’re looking for seats with extra legroom, you can find them in the front row, Row P, and seats D1, D28, H1, H28, K1, and K30.

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Piccadilly Theatre Royal Circle

The first of the two elevated levels in the Piccadilly Theatre is the Royal Circle. Although this section is one level above the Stalls, it doesn’t actually feel that high due to the height of the stage. The section is divided by a central aisle, and the rows only have a slight curve. There is a small safety rail at the bottom of each set of steps, which can restrict the view from the first two rows.

The seats towards the ends of each row curve give a slightly side-on view of the stage. The overhang of the level above begins to obstruct the top of the stage from row G and back. This why the final row is offered at a discounted price. If you want to feel involved and engaged while watching the show, this section is perfect for you.

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Piccadilly Theatre Grand Circle

The final section of the Piccadilly Theatre is the Grand Circle, which is second elevated section in the theatre and also happens to be farthest away from the stage. When it comes to the price, this is the cheapest section in the house owing to its distance from the stage. There is a safety rail that can obstruct the view from the first row and from seats along the aisles, so avoid these seats if you can. Overall, this section is quite well raked and placed at an appropriate height, allowing you to look down directly at the stage.

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Which Seats Offer The Best View?


The Royal Circle provides excellent overall views of the stage, and seats towards the central aisles are the best for access both after and during the performance. The best seats are also located in the first couple of rows of the Stalls. The outstanding rake in the seating also ensures that even if the front few rows are booked, you still get a clear, direct look at the stage, sitting in any seat of the Stalls.

If you want the best overall view of the entire stage, sit in the middle and centre specifically in rows G-H. You can also sit in the front three rows of the Royal Circle for a great view of the entire stage.

Which Seats Offer the Best Value for Money?


You can find value for money seats in the front and rear rows of all three sections. Sit in row E of the Royal Circle, which is just one row behind premium seats and get the same clear view at half the price! You can also try the seats towards the rear of the Stalls as these are discounted while still offering an exceptional view of the stage. Pick seats in any of these sections for amazing value for money.

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