Explore the Phoenix Theatre seating plan guide to discover the ideal seats that provide excellent views and offer great value for your investment. Access real-time seat availability and select the best choices for a remarkable experience at the Phoenix Theatre.
Situated closest to the stage, this section provides some of the most exceptional views in the auditorium. There are 19 rows from A to S and the layout follows a conventional design.
A central aisle divides the section into two halves. Unlike many other theaters, the rows in this section are straight, not curved, offering an unobstructed view with only a slight angle.
However, similar to most Stalls sections, those in the initial rows may need to look up at the stage due to their proximity. This issue diminishes from Row C onwards.
The Dress Circle, the second largest section of the theater, shares a layout similar to the Stalls, featuring a central aisle that divides it into two parts. It consists of 10 rows from A to K. Positioned above the Stalls, the Dress Circle offers a comprehensive view of the stage.
Optimal views are found towards the center of the rows, while seats towards the ends provide additional legroom. Overall, the Dress Circle maintains a close proximity to the stage, ensuring even the rear rows offer commendable views.
The Grand Circle, located farthest from the stage, offers the most economical ticket options. Spanning 9 rows from A to J, it is the smallest section in the theater, adopting the same layout as the other two sections. Despite its distance, the Grand Circle provides surprisingly good views of the stage due to the theater's size. However, the rear rows may have a downward perspective of the stage. The initial rows may experience slight obstruction from railings and lighting rigs, but this is resolved from Row C onwards. If you're seeking a budget-friendly option, the Grand Circle is an excellent choice.
For a budget-friendly yet enjoyable time at the theatre, choose seats that strike a balance between affordability and excellent views.
The best seats in Phoenix Theatre are any seats in the middle of Rows C-H of the Stalls Section and seats in the middle of Rows A-C in the Dress Circle.
The Phoenix Theatre has 3 sections, the Stalls, Dress Circle and Grand Circle.
The Phoenix Theatre has a seating capacity of approximately 1,028 seats, distributed across different sections, 490 in the Stalls, 284 in the Dress Circle and 254 in the Grand Circle.
The seats with the best view of the stage are the middle seats in Rows C-F of the Stalls, seats 6-23 in Rows A-C of the Dress Circle and seats 7- 21 in Rows C-E of the Grand Circle.
Seats 6-23 Rows F-L of the Stalls, seats 6-22 in Rows C-F in the Dress Circle and seats 6-23 in Rows A-E of the Grand Circle.
The Stalls section in the Phoenix Theatre is the lower level of seating closest to the stage.
The Dress Circle section in the Phoenix Theatre is the elevated seating area above the Stalls, offering a raised view of the stage.
The Grand Circle section in the Phoenix Theatre is the highest level of seating, located above both the Stalls and Dress Circle, providing a bird's-eye view of the stage.
The Dress Circle section in the Phoenix Theatre has wheelchair accessibility, including a step- free entrance, accessible toilet and designated wheelchair spaces.