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Fortune Theatre seating plan, West End, London

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

Value for money seats

  • Stalls: Excellent prices can be found in the rear of the Stalls. Row L is a particularly good choice for those on a strict budget. While restricted view seats are sometimes worth the risk, crucial action could be missed.
  • Dress Circle: Seats in the middle of the Dress Circle can offer good value for money, combining a decent view of the stage with reasonable pricing.
  • Upper Circle: Cheaper seats are available in the Upper Circle, providing a cost-effective option without sacrificing too much of the overall experience.

Best views of the stage

  • Stalls: Row D, seats 11-14 offer the best views in this section, providing a close yet comprehensive view of the stage.
  • Dress Circle: The middle seats in the second or third row provide an excellent vantage point, combining height with proximity.
  • Upper Circle: Seats in Row A offer the best views in this section, ensuring a clear and unobstructed view of the stage.

Sections available in Fortune Theatre

Fortune Theatre Stalls


  • 206 seats
  • Rows A-L

  • The Stalls are split into two sections by an off-centre aisle, resulting in one larger and one smaller block of seating. This section is relatively narrow and shallow.
  • Although support pillars are located at the ends of some aisles, they do not obstruct views but can make adjacent seats feel tight and uncomfortable.
  • With minimal rake in this section, the view may be obstructed by other audience members. Aisle seats are recommended for those needing extra legroom.
  • The rear seats in the Stalls are impacted by the Dress Circle overhang, and the stage height can also pose viewing challenges.
Fortune Theatre Dress Circle

Dress Circle

  • 112 seats
  • Rows A-G

  • The Dress Circle is split into two unequal sections by an aisle running along the left side of the auditorium. A safety rail spans the length of the balcony, which can obstruct views for those seated in the first three rows.
  • The best seats are located in the center of the Dress Circle. While the section is well-raked, seats towards the ends of rows have restricted views.
  • The Upper Circle overhang begins at Row D, affecting the rear rows. However, this impact is minimal, and relatively clear views are available throughout the section.
Fortune Theatre Upper Circle

Upper Circle

  • 130 seats
  • Rows A-G

  • The Upper Circle, despite the intimate nature of the auditorium, can feel somewhat distant from the stage. Positioned behind the Dress Circle, it has restricted views due to safety rails at the ends of rows and across the front of the balcony.
  • While rows A-D contain restricted view seats, the Upper Circle generally offers better views than the Dress Circle.
  • The section's curvature can result in slight side views, but this does not significantly impact the overall experience. It's important to note that Row A is obstructed by the handrail, though this is not reflected in ticket pricing.

Accessible seating in Fortune Theatre

Accessible Seating in Fortune Theatre
  • Stalls: The Stalls are located 21 steps down from the foyer, with handrails available on both sides. Extra legroom can be found in the Stalls.
  • Dress Circle: The Dress Circle is the most accessible section, located 7 steps down from the foyer. An alternative entrance via Crown Court includes 5 steps and a Stannah platform lift for wheelchair users. Box A is also accessible from this entrance. Row F at the back is accessible without steps, and there are two wheelchair spaces. Extra legroom is available in Box A.
  • Upper Circle: The Upper Circle is 40 steps up from the foyer, with handrails on both sides. This section is not recommended for those with limited mobility.

Frequently asked questions about Fortune Theatre seating plan

Where are the best seats in Fortune Theatre?

The best seats are in the Stalls, specifically Row D, seats 11-14. For an elevated view, the middle seats in the second or third row of the Dress Circle offer excellent sightlines. Additionally, seats in Row A of the Upper Circle provide good views of the stage.

Which section of Fortune Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Dress Circle at Fortune Theatre offers wheelchair accessibility. It can be accessed with a Stannah platform lift via a side entrance on Crown Court. Additionally, Row F in the Dress Circle is step-free and has two wheelchair spaces available.

Which seats in Fortune Theatre provide value for money?

Consider the rear seats of the Stalls, Row L, and the middle seats in the Dress Circle. These seats offer good views at more affordable prices. Cheaper seats are also available in the Upper Circle, although some restricted-view seats might cause you to miss crucial action.