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Wyndham's Theatre seating plan, West End, London

With 746 seats, the Wyndham's Theatre offers options for every budget. Looking to get the best out of your experience? Check out our Wyndham's Theatre seating plan and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Grand Circle & Balcony (Throughout): Wyndham's Theatre offers hidden gems throughout the Grand Circle and Balcony sections. While the seating is quite steep, these sections boast exceptionally clear, panoramic views of the stage at a very attractive price point. For the most budget-friendly option, consider seats towards the end of the rows. However, to avoid any potential side view obstruction, it's recommended to choose seats further back and more central within these sections, even if the price remains comparable.

Best views of the stage

  • Royal Circle (B-F, Centre): For an unobstructed, central view of the entire stage, look no further than the front and centre seats (B-F) of the Royal Circle. The steep rake ensures clear sightlines over patrons in front, allowing you to absorb every detail of the performance.
  • Stalls (Front & Centre, Beyond Row 3): If you prefer the intimacy of the Stalls section for plays, consider the front and centre seats (beyond row 3) – but be mindful of the high stage. Sitting a few rows back ensures a comfortable viewing experience without feeling uncomfortably close to the action.

Sections available in Wyndham's Theatre

Wyndham's Theatre Stalls


Wyndham's largest seating area is the Stalls, offering 363 untiered seats in a single block (Rows A-R). A gentle incline from row H onwards ensures most seats have a good view of the stage. However, the front three rows (quite close to the stage) might have sightline limitations depending on the performance. An aisle separates the last two rows and standing room from the rest of the Stalls.

Wyndham's Theatre Royal Circle

Royal Circle

The Royal Circle, with 173 seats across rows A to G, offers a strong contender for the best seats in the house. This elevated section boasts a single block of seating with a fantastic rake, ensuring clear sightlines throughout – even the slight curve in the front rows is negligible. While the Grand Circle overhang might slightly obstruct the view from row E onwards, the overall experience is excellent. Keep in mind the Royal Circle boxes on either side are not standout options.

Wyndham's Theatre Grand Circle

Grand Circle

The Grand Circle, with 114 seats in a single block (A-D), offers a panoramic view but comes with trade-offs. The curving design creates a distant feel and side views from corner seats. While these seats are usable if the stage is clear, legroom is very limited throughout the section. It might be best to consider other sections for a more comfortable experience.

Wyndham's Theatre Balcony


Capping off Wyndham's Theatre is the Balcony, the most budget-friendly section with just 96 seats. Divided by a central aisle, it offers five rows (A-ST, with ST being standing room). While the numbered seats (2-15) provide a decent view, the front row is partially obstructed by a safety rail. Given the Balcony's height, expect a distant perspective of the stage. This section caters to patrons seeking an affordable way to experience the performance.

Accessible seating in Wyndham's Theatre

Accessible Seating in Wyndham's Theatre
  • Stalls: Entering the Stalls section is straightforward for patrons with varying mobility needs. The main entrance is located within the foyer and requires navigating 21 steps down. However, handrails are conveniently placed on either side of the staircase for added support. An alternative accessible entrance is available on Charing Cross Road. This entrance offers a much easier transition, with only 8 steps down leading directly into the Stalls auditorium. For those seeking additional legroom within the Stalls, Row Q is your best bet.
  • Royal Circle: Reaching the Royal Circle presents a slightly steeper challenge compared to the Stalls. The main entrance requires traversing 23 steps up from the foyer, with handrails available for assistance. Fortunately, there's a more accessible alternative through the Charing Cross Road entrance. This entrance boasts step-free access via a dedicated lift that leads directly to designated wheelchair spaces within Box A. Additionally, transfer seating options are scattered throughout the Royal Circle for those who require them.
  • Grand Circle: The Grand Circle, unfortunately, presents a significant accessibility hurdle. Situated a full 40 steps up from the foyer with only handrails for support, this section is not recommended for patrons with limited mobility. The substantial number of stairs makes accessing and navigating the Grand Circle quite challenging.

Frequently asked questions about Wyndham's Theatre seating plan

Where are the best seats in Wyndham's Theatre?

For an immersive experience, pick the Centre Stalls (beyond Row 3) or the front & centre Royal Circle (B-F). Both offer clear, unobstructed views, with Stalls boasting the closest proximity to the stage.

How many sections does the Wyndham's Theatre have?

Wyndham's Theatre has 4 sections - Stalls, Royal Circle, Grand Circle and Balcony.

Which seats have the best views of the stage in Wyndham's Theatre?

For an immersive close-up, grab the Centre Stalls (beyond Row 3). For a clear, elevated perspective, choose front & centre Royal Circle (B-F).

Which seats in the Wyndham's Theatre provide value for money?

Consider Rear Stalls or Middle Royal Circle for a balance between affordability and decent views. Beware Grand Circle/Balcony might have obstructions.