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Bridge Theatre seating plan, West End, London

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

Value for money seats

  • Stalls: Consider the front side rows. These seats are among the cheapest in the auditorium and offer an intimate view of the stage on a budget.
  • Gallery 1: In Gallery 1, opt for side-view seats. These seats are typically less expensive while still providing a good perspective of the stage.
  • Gallery 2: Gallery 2 seats are a bit further from the stage, but they are budget-friendly and still offer a clear view. You won't miss any significant details from this vantage point.

Best views of the stage

  • Stalls: For premium seating in the Stalls, rows E-G in the centre are ideal. These seats offer head-on views and are well elevated above the rows in front, ensuring you won't miss any action on stage.
  • Gallery 1: In Gallery 1, the most sought-after seats are in the central rows and slightly along the middle curve. These seats provide the best overhead views of the stage, making them highly desirable.
  • Gallery 2: While there are no specific premium seats in Gallery 2, choosing seats towards the centre of each block will offer the best overall views for this section.

Sections available in Bridge Theatre

Bridge Theatre Standing Pit

Standing Pit

  • Free movement

  • A ground-level pit that can accommodate a decent amount of people is made available for performances that require an immersive experience.
  • It is flexible to suit the needs of many kinds of productions.
Bridge Theatre Stalls


  • Rows A-D

  • The Stalls section, located on the ground floor closest to the stage, is divided into four blocks, A to D. The seats are comfortable with ample legroom and offer a good view of the stage.
  • The first few rows in block A are premium seats, providing the best view. Seats towards the back are slightly elevated for a clear view, though the rear seats are further from the stage and may not be ideal for those who want to see performance details up close.
Bridge Theatre Gallery 1

Gallery 1

  • Rows A-C

  • Gallery 1, situated on the first level above the Stalls, is divided into three blocks: A, B, and C.
  • The seats are comfortable and offer a bird's-eye view of the stage. The central seats in block B provide the best view, while seats towards the sides may have restricted views.
Bridge Theatre Gallery 2

Galley 2

  • Rows A-C

  • Gallery 2, situated on the second level above Gallery 1, is divided into three blocks: A, B, and C. These seats are the furthest from the stage but still provide a good view.
  • They are less expensive than seats in the Stalls or Gallery 1, making them a budget-friendly option. However, they may not be suitable for individuals with limited mobility due to the required stair climbing.

Accessible seating in Bridge Theatre

Accessible Seating in Bridge Theatre
  • Stalls: The Stalls are one level down from the Bridge Theatre entrance, accessible via a platform lift or 21 steps, with one additional step down to each row. Some seats in row L are “high seats,” elevated to provide clear views and less suitable for patrons with limited mobility. The Stalls also feature two gender-neutral accessible toilets.
  • Gallery 1: Gallery 1 offers level access from the foyer. Wheelchair spaces are available and can be booked online, in person, or over the phone. There is one step down to each row, and some seats in row B are high seats. A gender-neutral accessible toilet is located on the same level as Gallery 1.
  • Gallery 2: Access to Gallery 2 involves 12 steps up from the foyer, with no lift available. Within Gallery 2, there are steps between rows, and some seats in row B are high seats. This section does not have accessible toilets.

Frequently asked questions about Bridge Theatre seating plan

Where are the best seats in Bridge Theatre?

The best seats in the Bridge Theatre are rows E-G in the centre of the Stalls and the central rows in Gallery 1, offering clear, head-on views of the stage.

Which section of Bridge Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

Gallery 1 has wheelchair accessibility at the Bridge Theatre, with level access from the foyer and designated wheelchair spaces available for booking.

Which seats in Bridge Theatre provide value for money?

Seats in Gallery 2 offer good value for money, providing a clear view at a lower price. In the Stalls, side rows are budget-friendly while still offering an intimate view of the stage.