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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.
Split into three blocks of seating by two aisles, the Grand Circle offers a good but quite distant view onto the stage. It is advised to choose seats that are central as they offer the best view.
Seats at the end the row offer an angle view due to the curved shape of the Grand Circle. The best seats are 12-25 in rows A-E and although they are the most expensive, this is due to the fact that they offer the best view in this part of the house.
This section of Her Majesty’s Theatre is quite well raked so those in front will not obscure the view for those patrons at the very back. Legroom is very restricted in the Grand Circle and taller members of the audience should always aim to buy end seats, preferably in the central block.
There is a safety rail which can cause a slight obstruction of the view for those in row A and audience members tend to lean forwards to avoid it and in doing so obstruct the views for those in rows B and C.
Although the Grand Circle is not very high, those in the rear section might feel much removed from the action on the stage, especially in the end seats where they will most likely lose sight of most of the action.
The Grand Circle is not wheelchair accessible and is not suitable for those with reduced mobility.