FAQ's About Tickets At The Playhouse Theatre
All of the seats in the stalls offer a pretty much unobstructed view although there is only a very gradual raking of the seats meaning that there could be slight issues if taller patrons are seated in front of you. The centre stalls seats are considered to be 'Premium' and tickets are priced accordingly in this section. If you prefer to sit and view the stage from an elevated position then tickets in the first three rows of the dress circle also offer great views of the stage.
This will depend on the production, however there are quite a few restrictions and tickets in the upper circle should be priced to reflect this and possibly avoided if possible. It is highly recommended to study the seating plan thoroughly before booking tickets in this section and look closely at how the tickets are priced as 'cheap' cannot always be considered to be a bargain!
Bargain hunters looking to book cheap tickets at the Playhouse Theatre often look to the rear of the stalls, along with seats on the side which both offer unobstructed views and are generally sold much cheaper than in the centre section. As the theatre is not one of the larger venues in the West End and the view from these seats is absolutely fine. In the dress circle, row E is often discounted along with the front row that is consistently cheap due to the acute curve from the balcony which is only a minor issue but offers great value for money.
Although there is slightly limited legroom, these seats are a great place to sit. Row E of the Dress Circle is usually discounted but offers great views.
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