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Churchill Theatre seating plan, West End, London

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

Value for money seats

  • Circle (AA & EE-HH): The Circle section is elevated and raked, allowing a clear view of the stage from every row. That said, the rows in the rear are the cheapest, while the next few rows in the middle are a good balance between affordability and a good view. The best views that are still within an affordable range are in the front row, which experiences a mild sightline obstruction from the safety bar in front of it.
  • Stalls (A, J, & M-T): The Stalls offer an immersive experience closer to the stage, but the seats in the rear to middle rows are more affordable. The section is mildly raked, but the further back you are the more likely your view might be obstructed now and then. For decent views at affordable rates, choose seats in Rows M-N or Q-R. Row A is also great for decent views at cheaper-than-premium rates, owing to possible obstruction from the stage's front edge.

Best views of the stage

  • Stalls (D-F): The middle rows of the Stalls have the best views of the Churchill Theatre. In particular, seats closer to the middle give you a clear and direct view of the stage with no obstructions or restrictions.
  • Circle (BB): The front few rows of the Circle have the best views from this section, but Row BB gives you the view at affordable rates minus the sightline obstruction from the safety bar at the front.

Sections available in Churchill Theatre

Stalls

  • 605 capacity
  • Rows A-E

  • The Stalls section is a raked section closer to the stage. It has some of the best views and offers an immersive experience.
  • The seats closer to the Center in the middle rows are premium seats with the clearest views of the stage.
  • The front row experiences a minor obstruction to sightlines on account of being too close to the stage.
  • Affordable seats in this section are in the rear leading up to the middle rows, but these are some distance from the stage and might experience sightline obstructions occasionally.
  • The section can be accessed via a step-free entrance on High Street and Churchill Way. There is another step-free entrance via Tetty Way that is at level with Row F.
  • An elevator leads from the Terrace to the Stalls, level with Row F.
  • The Stalls section has wheelchair-accessible, transfer, and companion seats available. Row F has one smaller wheelchair-accessible seat with a companion seat (F36) and transfer seats (E33 and G40).
  • Most sections of the theater also have step-free access, though some, like the Lounge, are accessible via stairs.

Circle

  • 176 seats
  • Rows AA-HH

  • The Circle at Churchill Theatre is much smaller than the Orchestra, which it overhangs at the rear.
  • The section is some distance from the stage but is elevated and raked, allowing you to see the stage no matter where you sit.
  • Seats at the rear are more affordable while the seats in middle rows tend to have the best views from this section and are priced higher.
  • The front-row seats are more affordably priced despite having some great views due to a minor sightline obstruction from the safety bar in the front.
  • This section is partially accessible to wheelchair users. There is a lifting platform connecting the Terrace to the Circle Foyer, but the section has deep steps for each row that are difficult to navigate.
  • Wheelchair-accessible seating is available in this section's rear (HH 1-5 and 15).

Accessible seating in Churchill Theatre

Accessible Seating in Churchill Theatre
  • Stalls: There is one wheelchair-accessible seat with a companion in Row F (36) which has step-free access. There are two transfer seats E33 and G40) as well, but the section has shallow steps on account of a mild rake. Row F is accessible via an elevator from the Terrace.
  • Circle: The rear row (HH) has 6 accessible seats (1-5 and 15) that have step-free access from the Circle Foyer. The Foyer can be reached via a lifting platform from the Terrace.

Frequently asked questions about Churchill Theatre seating plan

Where are the best seats in Churchill Theatre?

The best seats at this theater are in the Stalls, Rows D-F. These seats have clear, unobstructed views of the stage and are close enough you can see every nuance of the performance yet not too close as to have you straining your neck to see above the stage's front edge. At premium rates, you can expect premium comfort and a truly immersive experience.

What show is playing at Churchill Theatre?

Churchill Theatre has staged productions like The Commitments and Greatest Days - Bromley in the past. Stay tuned for its upcoming season.

Which section of Churchill Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

Both sections have wheelchair-accessibility at this venue, though the Stalls are more suitable for patrons using wheelchairs. The Stalls has a lift from the Terrace that stops at the level of Row F, which has one wheelchair-designated seat (36) with a companion seat. Transfer seats are also available (E33 and G40). The Circle has 6 accessible seats in the rear Row HH, accessible from the Circle Foyer. There is a lifting platform from the Terrace to reach these seats, so they have step-free access, though the rest of the section is only accessible via deep stairs.

Which seats in Churchill Theatre provide value for money?

Seats in the rear rows of both sections tend to be the cheapest. For a better balance between affordability and great views, try rows EE and FF in the Circle and Rows J and P in the Stalls.

What is the Stalls section in Churchill Theatre?

The Stalls is a mildly raked section in the front of this theater that has a capacity of 605 seats. It has some of the best views of the stage, particularly from the middle rows. The rear rows are far more affordable, but the view from here is sometimes obstructed because of the distance from the stage and the overhang from the Circle behind it. Despite this, the Stalls offer an immersive experience. The section has wheelchair accessibility and offers companion and transfer seats as well.

What is the Circle in Churchill Theatre?

The Circle is an elevated and raked section of this theater with about 176 seats. It sits behind the Stalls, overhanging it above the rear seats. The vantage point from this section allows you to see the whole stage, which is especially great for larger productions like musicals. Seats in the middle rows offer the best experience, usually at less-than-premium rates. The section also has wheelchair-accessible seats in the rear row, accessible from the Circle Foyer.