Popular Currencies
United States Dollar
United Arab Emirates Dirham
Singapore Dollar
Indian Rupee
Malaysian Ringgit
More Currencies
Azerbaijan New Manat
Australian Dollar
Bahrain Dinar
Canadian Dollar
Swiss Franc
Chinese Yuan Renminbi
Danish Krone
Egyptian Pound
British Pound
Hong Kong Dollar
Indonesia Rupiah
ISK kr
Icelandic Krona
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
Lebanese Pound
Macanese Pataca
Mexican Peso
New Zealand Dollar
PLN zł
Polish Zloty
QAR ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Saudi Arabian Riyal
Swedish Krona
Taiwan New Dollar
Thai Baht
Viet Nam Dong
South African Rand

Alexandra Palace Theatre seating plan, West End, London

Looking to get the best out of your experience? Check out our Alexandra Palace Theatre seating plan and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Circle (A-H & Slips): The Circle at Alexandra Palace is elevated, raked, and curved. You get some pretty good views from this vantage point at cheaper rates than the Premium Stalls seats. Seats toward the ends of the Rows and in the Slips along the sides are much cheaper, but for affordability with decent views try seats 10-12 and 35-37 in the Left or Right Circle sub-sections and 14-30 in the Slips.
  • Stalls (D-J & L-T): The seats closer to the stage will undoubtedly get you some of the best views but for Stall views at more affordable rates, try seats closer to the sides. In the Front Stalls, this would be any seats numbered 1-9 and 24-31, and in the Rear Stalls, this would include seats 1-6 and 25-30. You could also try seats in rows AA-D but do note that you might find yourself craning your neck to see some parts of the performance

Best views of the stage

  • Stalls (N-Q): The middle rows of the Stalls offer some of the best views of the stage. You get clear, unobstructed views of the performance and an immersive experience that will leave you feeling like you're part of the action. All Center Stalls seats will give you a great view, but seats in the Center of Rows N-Q are premium seats with fantastic views.
  • Circle (A-E): The Circle is some distance from the stage but you get some great sweeping views from this section. Seats in the front to middle rows of the Circle, particularly in the Center, offer the best views from up here, especially for productions with ensemble casts or intricate stage work. Seats numbered 13-30 in these rows are great choices.

Sections available in Alexandra Palace Theatre


  • 600 capacity
  • Rows AA-U

  • Alexandra Palace Theatre has a capacity of 904 seats and a standing capacity of over 1,000. The seating is adapted for each show according to its needs.
  • The Stalls section is the theater's largest section with nearly 600 seats.
  • Seats in the middle rows in the Center of the section have some of the best views at premium rates while seats in the front and along the sides offer decent views at more affordable rates.
  • This theater is accessible for patrons with mobility needs. The section has wheelchair-accessible and transfer seats and step-free access from the East Court. Rows AA-K are level while L onward the seats are tiered.


  • 320 seats
  • Rows AA-HH

  • The Circle section is elevated and raked. It is also circular with two Slip sections on either side leading up to the stage.
  • The vantage point allows you some great views of the stage from the Center Circle seats, particularly in the front rows.
  • Seats along the sides and in the Slips are much cheaper. There is some sightline restriction from these seats due to the angle, but it's a pretty good view despite that.
  • Wheelchair-accessible, companion, and transfer seats are available in this section. There is a lift that takes patrons up from the Foyer and stops in the Right section of the Circle.

Accessible seating in Alexandra Palace Theatre

Accessible Seating in Alexandra Palace Theatre
  • Stalls: Wheelchair-accessible, companion, and transfer seats are available in this section with step-free access from the entrance and within the section. Rows L and back are tiered, however, and less accessible.
  • Circle: Wheelchair-designated and companion seats (D5-6) and transfer seats are available in this section, accessible via a lift in the Right Circle.

Frequently asked questions about Alexandra Palace Theatre seating plan

Where are the best seats in Alexandra Palace Theatre?

The middle rows in the Stalls section have the best views in the house. Rows N-Q and seats 7-24 are a fantastic choice if you're looking for clear, unobstructed views of the stage and an immersive experience during the performance. Seats P14-17 are especially great for some extra room since there are no seats directly in front of them. Seats from Row L and back are also tiered, so you won't be blocked by anyone sitting in front of you.

What show is playing at Alexandra Palace Theatre?

Alexandra Palace Theatre has staged productions like Tom, Dick and Harry and Bugsy Malone in the past. Stay tuned for new shows in its upcoming season.

Which section of Alexandra Palace Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The theater has wheelchair-accessibility across its premises. The entrance from the East Court is step-free and most areas of the venue have step-free access. There are wheelchair-designate, companion, and transfer seats in both sections, also with step-free access and lifts to reach the upper level. Accessible unisex toilets are on the ground floor.

Which seats in Alexandra Palace Theatre provide value for money?

The front-most row of the Stalls as well as seats toward the ends of each row provide decent views at more affordable rates than the premium seats in the Center. These seats experience some level of sightline restriction but you'll still get a clear and unobstructed view of the stage for the most part. The Circle is some distance away but you get to see the whole stage throughout the performance. Seats in the front and Center give you great views but seats toward the sides, particularly in the Slips, are much cheaper.

What is the Stalls section in Alexandra Palace Theatre?

The Stalls is the largest section with around 600 seats though its capacity changes depending on the show being staged. The section is sometimes standing-only and at other times is set up to include dining tables and chairs. When it is equipped with its standard seats, it is level till Row K, beyond which it is tiered to the rear. It offers some of the best views of the stage at this venue, particularly down the middle, but also has decent views along the sides at more affordable rates. It has wheelchair-accessibility in the front section

What is the Circle in Alexandra Palace Theatre?

The Circle is an elevated and raked section with over 300 seats split across several sections, including two Slips along the sides. The section is pretty far back in the auditorium and some distance from the stage, but the position it sits at offers some great views of the stage, especially from the front rows in the Center. Seats toward the rear, sides, and in the Slips are much cheaper, though, while still offering decent views of the performances. The section also has wheelchair-accessible, companion, and transfer seats, accessible via a lift to the Right.