The magnificent Queen’s theatre has a whopping occupancy of 1065 and spread all across three levels. This, the seating is available according to every budget. For those who are looking for best viewing seats then arguably you must secure in the Stalls section. You can check the seating plan to book seats closest to the main stage.
For those who are looking for best viewing seats, must opt for front few seats. These seats are quite desirable and also expensive. Sometime, there are a few great discount offers and packages for Stalls seats. There is no division in the stalls section, and you may have a claustrophobic feeling.
Dress Circle is the second level of the theatre and offers some excellent viewing seating especially in the front few rows. Ticket prices are quite similar to Stalls. Pricing of seats have varied range and you can choose accordingly. This section is mainly categorised into two halves by central aisle. If you are looking for best viewing seats then you may go for front and close to centre.
Upper Circle is the uppermost tier of the theatre and is not ideal for those having walking disability. You need to climb stairs. Interestingly, if you are looking for affordable seats then simply go for Upper Circle. View might be little impeded but seating is available at reasonable price.
|Booking From||Booking Untill|
|12 Apr 2004||26 Sept. 2015|
|Matinees: Wednesday 2.30 PM and Saturday 2.30 PM|
|Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm|
|2 hours 30 minutes|
|Les Miserables is recommended for children aged 6 and over. Under -3s will not be admitted.|
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