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Disclaimer Please note that this seating plan is for illustration purposes. While we've done our best to represent the official seating plan layout accurately, there may be some small differences.
The Stalls at the Apollo Theatre is divided into two sections by an aisle that runs behind row R, creating a front bigger section and a rear smaller section.
This part of the venue offers plenty of good views throughout and the rake becomes steeper for those in rows G and back, ensuring that the views in those seats are clear and unobstructed.
The Dress Circle overhang affects those in the last three end on seats in rows F and back. The best seats can be found in the middle of rows E-K and they are considered premium seats as they offer the best and clear views of the stage. However seats in the centre of row D and rows E-G offer plenty of good views and they can be purchased at a lower price than the premium seats.
Whilst the seats in this section of Wyndham’s Theatre are comfortable enough, legroom does feel restricted, particularly in row A, and taller audience members are advised to purchase tickets for aisle seats.
The venue offers day seats which can be purchased at £20 on the day of the performance from the box office, these seats are in row A, which offers great views, but due to the height of the stage you mind find yourself craning your neck.
The Stalls at the Apollo Theatre are wheelchair accessible and suitable to those audience members who have limited mobility