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Trafalgar Theatre seating plan, West End, London

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

Value for money seats

  • Dress Circle: Look for seats in the middle rows. These tend to be a bit more budget-friendly compared to the front but still offer a decent rake and clear views of the stage thanks to the section's design.
  • Stalls: Here, you can save some money by selecting seats a few positions to the side (away from the centre) or further back from the premium front rows.

Best views of the stage

  • Stalls: Dive right into the action with seats in Rows D to H of the middle section. This prime positioning offers a central and intimate view.
  • Dress Circle: For a majestic overview of the stage, snag seats in Rows A to C of the Dress Circle. These premium seats are elevated and well-raked, providing clear views.

Sections available in Trafalgar Theatre

Trafalgar Theatre Stalls

Stalls

The Stalls consist of 360 seats across 16 rows from A to Q, with rows varying in length from 14 to 26 seats. Without a central aisle, extra legroom is found only at the ends of most rows. The best views are from the centre seats, typically between rows D and H, which tend to be the most expensive. Seats at the far sides or the back may have restricted or distant views, with lower prices reflecting this. Thanks to the gentle rake, the Stalls offer a decent viewing angle and reduced obstructions from those sitting in front.

Trafalgar Theatre Dress Circle

Dress Circle

The Dress Circle features 268 seats in a single block, with 12 rows from A to M. The row lengths range from 12 to 28 seats, without a central aisle, so the best legroom is at the ends of each row. The steep rake provides clear, unobstructed views across the section. The central seats near the front offer the best views and are typically more expensive. Seats at the far sides, especially in longer row A, may have restricted angles. There are also four Boxes on the sides of the Dress Circle—A, B, C, and F—that each hold two to three seats.

Trafalgar Theatre Stage Seating

Stage Seating

The stage seating has 36 seats in total which are considered to have the best views of the stage.

Accessible seating in Trafalgar Theatre

Accessible Seating in Trafalgar Theatre
  • Stalls: The Stalls can be reached via stairs (25 steps down from the Foyer) or a lift. If using the lift, enter the seating area through rear Stall Entrances A & B. The Stalls themselves are step-free with a gentle incline. Wheelchair spaces with companion seating are located at the ends of rows B and H.
  • Dress Circle: Not recommended for limited mobility. The Dress Circle requires navigating stairs - there's no step-free access. The entrances range from 14 to 25 steps up from the Foyer, and there are an additional 3 steps between each row within the section itself. The Dress Circle is also steeply raked, making it challenging for those with limited mobility.

Frequently asked questions about Trafalgar Theatre seating plan

Where are the best seats in Trafalgar Theatre?

For an up-close view, aim for Center Stalls (D-H). If you prefer a broader perspective, the front of the Dress Circle (A-C) offers a great elevated view. Remember, the Dress Circle requires navigating stairs.

What show is playing at Trafalgar Theatre?

Trafalgar Theatre is playing People, Places, and Things.

Which section of Trafalgar Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Stalls offer designated wheelchair & companion seating with level access via a lift. The Dress Circle, unfortunately, requires navigating stairs and is not recommended for limited mobility.

Which seats in Trafalgar Theatre provide value for money?

Try Stalls sides (toward the ends) or further back (beyond row H) for a decent view at a lower price. In the Dress Circle, the middle rows (avoid the very front) can be a budget-friendly option, but remember the section requires stairs.