Prince Edward Seating plan of Theatre.

Seating plan of Prince Edward Theatre

The popular London Westend Prince Edward Theatre has an astounding occupancy 1,618. It is spread across three levels – Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle. The Stalls section are extremely large and have huge accommodation. It is also closer to the stage and offers great viewing experience.

The ticket prices range in accordance with the seating area. For instance, if you buy tickets for central seats in the middle of the Stalls the this would be the best place to have great viewing experience. Ticket price is quite higher as compare to the front couple of rows. If you go further back then ticket price will go down.

As we all know that Stall seating section offers best viewing seats and you will feel as you are an active part of the show. The Stalls is mainly categorised into a front and rear section by wide central aisle. The rear section is split into three smaller sections. If you are sitting on the larger front block then you will be the part of whole action.

Dress Circle hangs above the Stalls with cheaper front rows due to high wall in the front, which obstructs viewing. The Dress Circle is distributed into a number of smaller seating sections. There are lodges and slips that are running along the side wall of the theatre. If you are looking for clearest view seating then you may go for the middle block.

Upper Circle is the uppermost and highest seating area and priced considerably lower as compare to others. If you have walking disability then you must know that here you need to climb lots of stairs to get to this level. If you are looking for some excellent views then go for first six.