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West End Guide: Theatre Royal Haymarket Seating Plan

Navigating the Theatre Royal Haymarket Seating Plan


Theatre Royal Haymarket houses 888 seats that are spread across 4 levels including 357 seats in the stalls, 215 seats in the royal circle, 186 seats in the upper circle and 131 seats in the gallery. The seats are mostly comfortable and offer a generally good view of the stage. Let’s look at each of these section in detail to give you a better idea of how exactly the seats are placed and organized.

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Theatre Royal Haymarket - Recommended Seats

Value for money seats
Stalls/Royal Circle: The seats located at the end of the rows in the royal circle and stalls offer great value for money. Seats 1-4 in rows D to F are some of the most economical choices. Check out real-time availability and pricing for Only Fools and Horses and get your tickets before they run out.
Best views of the stage
Stalls: Rows E-J.
Royal Circle: Rows A-C.
We would recommend you to sit as close to the centre as possible for the best possible views.

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Theater Royal Haymarket Stalls

The stalls seating section is the closest to the stage and offers a great look at the stage. The section has a total of twenty rows starting from A and ending with X. The seats in those fall in the range of 1 to 22 moving from right to left, but since each row is of varying length, the number of seats in each row also vary. Since the overhang for the royal circle only starts at row V of the stalls, only the last two rows W and X are really affected when it comes to the view offered. Another thing to note is that due to the narrowing of the auditorium towards the stage, the outermost seats in row H and beyond are slightly affected. The stalls section also houses four box seats with 9 seats in total.

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Theatre Royal Haymarket Royal Circle

The first of the three elevated seating sections, the royal circle offers a great selection of seats. The views offered are great, especially in the first few rows. The royal circle is further divided into three subsections that are separated by two aisles. The section has a total of 8 rows starting from A and ending with H. The seats are numbered 1 to 31 moving right to left. The great thing about the royal circle section is that the overhang for the upper circle section doesn't block the view for any of the seats.

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Theatre Royal Haymarket Upper Circle

The upper circle of the Theatre Royal Haymarket is structured very similarly to the royal circle, with the only major difference being the size. The upper circle is smaller by a difference of around 50 seats and the view offered isn't as great as the upper circle seats. The three subsections in this section each have 6 rows starting with A and ending with F. The seats are numbered between 1 to 34 with each row having a different count due to the varying seats. On a general note, seats in this section curve towards the stage at the sides hindering the view slightly. But given the price, the seats aren't all that bad.

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Theatre Royal Haymarket Gallery

The last seating section of the Theatre Royal Haymarket is the gallery. The smallest section in the theatre and also the farthest away from the main stage, the gallery should be your choice if you're booking last minute tickets and don't really have any other options. There are 7 rows in total in this section with seats numbered in the range of 1 to 18, moving right to left, and rows labeled A to G. One of the biggest reasons why you should avoid seats in this section is the fact that there's very little legroom in the gallery. Another reason would be that the seats here feel very far off from the stage.

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Which Seats Offer The Best View


If you want to enjoy the show and make the most out of your West End experience, you need great seats that give you a clear, unobstructed view of the stage. But finding these seats out of the hundreds of options that are available can be a bit of a challenge. To help you make the right choice and find the best seats in the Theatre Royal Haymarket, we have shortlisted some seats you might want to consider.

Arguably, the best seats in the house are located in the stalls section. To be specific, seats in the centre of rows E-J have the best view of the stage. Also, the first three rows of the royal circle, A, B, and C offer fantastic views of the stage. The great part is that even seats that are at the end of these rows offer a great view.

Which Seats/Section Offer the Best Value for Money?


Hoping for a memorable time watching a West End show at Theatre Royal Haymarket but have budgetary restrictions? We have just the thing you're looking for. The best value-for-money seats at the theatre are located at the ends of rows in the stalls and royal circle. Specifically, seats numbered 1 to 4 in rows D to F offer value for money. Although the balcony is curved, seats in this section offer a great look at the stage and don't cost quite as much as the centrally located seats in the same two sections. Also, the restricted view seats in the upper circle section are very reasonably priced since there's very limited restriction but the prices are dirt cheap.

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