The Prince of Wales Theatre is one of London's most popular West End theatres, known for its intimate and atmospheric setting. Whether you're a seasoned theatre-goer or a first-time visitor, choosing the right seats can make all the difference in your experience.
This Prince of Wales Theatre seating plan guide will provide you with all the information you need to find the best seats for your budget and preferences.
Which seats provide value for money?
Stalls: Seats in Rows A to C
Dress Circle: The first and last two seats of Row L, the first and last four seats of Row K and seats 1,2,44,45,46 in Row J.
Which seats to choose if money were no matter?
Stalls: Row E, 27-32
Dress Circle: Row A, 18-29
Which seats provide the best views of the stage?
Stalls: Row E seats 27-32, Row F 15-31, Row G 15-32 and Row H 15-33
Dress Circle: Row A seats 18-29, Row B 18-29, Row C 19-32 and Row D 18-33
The Stalls in the Prince of Wales Theatre spread out as you move toward the rear end of the section. The last two seats on either side of Rows A to G provide average views compared to the other seats, considered the best seats in the house for clear views of the stage. Two aisles divide the Stalls after Row G into three sections: middle and two sections at either end offering side views of the stage. Although the seats offering side views in Rows R, S, and T are affordable, you pay a price for somewhat restricted views of the stage. It is also worth noting that the first few seats beyond Row N seem distant from the stage and provide views of the stage from an angle.
The Circle is divided into three sections with two aisles and has a similar layout to the Stalls, with seats closer to the centre providing the best views. The entire section is at a height, offering clear views of the stage, making it an excellent choice for those who want an elevated theatre experience. That said, seats in the Circle are not recommended for people with Vertigo. Although the side seats in the last three rows. i.e., Rows J, K, and L are cheaper than other seats in the section, but they do not offer the best views.
At the Prince of Wales Theatre, premium seats await you in two exclusive sections: the Stalls and the Dress Circle. In the Stalls, Rows E, F, G, and H, seats 27-32 deliver an unobstructed stage view, while in the Dress Circle, Rows A, B, C, and D, seats 18-33 offer an elevated perspective with the same perfect view. No matter your choice, these premium seats guarantee an unforgettable theatre adventure.
Seats D-17 to D-29, E-17 to E-30, F-17 to F-31, and G-16 to G-31 are the best seats in the Prince of Wales Theatre
The Book of Mormon is currently playing at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Lonon until 27 January 2024.
The Prince of Wales Theatre has a capacity of 1135 seats
The Prince of Wales Theatre has two sections: The Stalls and the Dress Circle.
In the Stalls, Rows A to C offer excellent value. In the Dress Circle, nab value deals in the first and last two seats of Row L, the first and last four seats of Row K, as well as seats 1, 2, 44, 45, and 46 in Row J.
The Stalls at the Prince of Wales Theatre is the section on the ground level with seats closer to the stage, offering direct and the best views of the stage.
The Dress Circle is the elevated seating area above the Stalls, providing balanced views of the stage.
The Stalls have wheelchair accessibility in the Prince of Wales Theatre.