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London County Hall seating plan, West End, London

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

Value for money seats

  • Courtroom Stalls: Seats in this area are divided between the front and back of the stage. Rows F & E offer a great view at a relatively lower price.
  • Central Gallery: Back rows C&D provide a clear, raised view of the action for a low price.
  • North and South Gallery: The middle rows of these sections (B&C) have a decent, angled sightline available at cheaper rates.

Best views of the stage

  • Courtroom Stalls: The middle of the stalls from rows C to E provide the best viewing experience.
  • Jury Box: This section offers an exclusive view from behind the stage, making the experience more immersive.
  • Central Gallery: The front row A offers a panoramic view of the stage.
  • North and South Gallery: The front row A on each side provides a clear view of the stage from a raised height.

Sections available in London County Hall

London County Hall Courtroom Stalls

Courtroom Stalls

  • 234 seats
  • Rows A-F

  • This area is largely divided into six sections. The main area is further divided into two blocks arranged in a semi-circle on either side of the stage, and a wide aisle in the center. Rows C & D, towards the center, offer the best view from this section.
  • The second section is adjacent to the stage and is similarly divided into 6 rows, providing a close view of the action. For the best view, pick seats in the first couple of rows and enjoy a unique view of the stage. The section seats a total of 234 patrons at the lower level of the venue.
  • The VIP Jury Box, positioned at the back of the stage, offers the best premium seats in the venue, designed to make you feel like a part of the narrative.
  • A bar in the foyer serves refreshments and alcoholic drinks for the Courtroom stalls but is only accessible via steps. Toilets and restrooms are also located in the foyer and are adapted to serve persons with limited mobility.
  • Seats towards the back of the section are arranged at a slightly raised angle but they offer a great, uninterrupted view of the performance at a decent price.
  • Performers often rush up and down the aisles of this section throughout the show, making viewers a part of the story.
London County Hall Central Gallery

Central Gallery

  • 53 seats
  • Rows A-D

  • The galleries of the venue are raked high up with stepped access, offering an expansive view of the stage. The Central gallery is further divided into three sections - one block each on the sides and one central block.
  • There are many original fixtures of the venue including pillars that may obstruct the view from some seats. These are generally the first seats toward the aisle on the side blocks.
  • Row A of the gallery has narrow access and limited legroom, which may not be suitable for all patrons.
  • Rows A & B in the central block offer the best view from this section. Rows at the back offer a clear view at a much cheaper price, making them good value for money seats.
London County Hall North Gallery

North Gallery

  • 43 seats
  • Rows A-D

  • This section is at the same level as the Central Gallery, towards the side of the stage. Narrow, steep steps lead up to the seats in the 3 sections raked high for an elevated view of the stage.
  • The best seats from this section are in Row A, in the central block (4-7), with an expansive and clear view of the stage.
  • Many seats in rows C & D have a restricted view, with pillars blocking parts of the stage including the Judge's Bench and the Witness Box.
  • For those on a budget, seats in rows C & D in the central block provide an unobstructed view of the stage with access to all the action.
London County Hall South Gallery

South Gallery

  • 43 seats
  • Rows A-D

  • This section is at the same level as the Central Gallery, towards the side of the stage. Narrow, steep steps lead up to the seats in the 3 sections raked high for an elevated view of the stage.
  • The best seats in this gallery are A1 to A3, with a clear and expansive view of the stage. Seats in row A & B in the central block also have an unobstructed sightline.
  • Many seats in row D have a restricted view, with pillars blocking parts of the stage during the performance. Row A has narrow access and limited leg room which may not be suitable for all patrons.
  • Seats in row C (3, 7, 8, 14, and 15) offer a largely unobstructed view of the stage at a low price, providing great value for money.

Accessible seating in London County Hall

Accessible Seating in Royal Festival Hall
  • Entrance: Step-free access is available at London Waterloo for the Jubilee Line and at Westminster for the Circle and District Lines. On arrival, a lift from the street level will assist you to the main entrance at Belvedere Road. Another lift from the atrium to the chamber will lead you to the Courtroom Stalls.
  • Courtroom Stalls: This section can be accessed via a lift from the foyer. Only row F has step-free access for persons with limited mobility. All rows apart from row A provide a strong signal for the audio loop. If you bring a service animal, they can be seated under the stall seats or kept with the house team. Avoid seating guide animals in the aisles as the area is part of the performance.
  • Central Gallery: No lifts are connected to the theater galleries. If you are a person with limited mobility, contact the venue before booking seats in this area. The steps to this section are steep and narrow, especially towards the back rows. If you are a person with vertigo, avoid purchasing seats in the back rows of this section as it can cause discomfort. Seats C16, C30, D16-18, and D28-30 receive particularly low signals for the hearing loop and should be avoided if you are a person with hearing impairments.
  • North & South Gallery: Like the Central Gallery, seats in this section can only be accessed through a flight of stairs. Once inside, narrow & steep stairs lead you to the respective rows. If you are a person with limited mobility or vertigo, refrain from purchasing tickets in this section to avoid discomfort.

Frequently asked questions about Royal Festival Hall seating plan

Where are the best seats in London County Hall?

The middle rows of the Courtroom stalls provide the best view of the stage, along with the premium Jury Box which is designed to provide an immersive experience.

Which section of London County Hall has wheelchair accessibility?

Row F in the Courtroom Stalls has seats with step-free access, connected to the foyer by a lift.

Which seats in London County Hall provide value for money?

Seats in the Central Gallery offer a panoramic view of the stage for a low price.

Does the London County Hall provide audio guides?

Yes, however, row A in the Courtroom Stalls as well as seats C16, C30, D16-18 ,and D28-30 in Central Gallery receive low signals for the hearing loop.