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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 Prince of Wales Theatre are made of 17 rows. This section is divided into three parts, one large and two smaller ones. The rows grow wider towards the front of the stage and curve around in a semi-circle shape which means that those seats at the end of rows have a side view of the stage.
The overhang from the Circle above begins in row J, causing those in this part of the Stalls to have a restricted view, as they are not able to see the top half of the view. The Stalls are only slightly raked which means that those audience members in the rear of this section might have trouble to see above other audience members in front of them.
The tickets in the front part of the Stalls are quite pricey so those that do not mind a side view should aim to find an aisle seat as they always tend to be cheaper. The seats in this part of the venue provide plenty of comfort and legroom but if you are very tall always aim for an aisle seat.
The theatre offers a weekly BOM ticket lottery, which can be entered online and which offers a pair of £20 tickets for the row A of the Stalls. If you are planning on attending with children always aim to buy tickets in the front row of the theatre, to avoid the smaller patrons not being able to see in front of them.