The Apollo Theatre can accomodate over 650 people at a time. The theatre is spread across 3 sections - Stalls, Dress Circle, and Grand Circle.
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Navigating the Apollo Theatre Seating Plan
Apollo Theatre - Ticket Prices
Apollo Theatre - Recommended Seats
• Value for money seats
Stalls: Seats in Rows P-X. Dress Circle: Seats in Rows E-G. Grand Circle: Seats in Rows D-F.
• If money were no matter
Centre seats in rows F-N in Stalls, and centre seats in rows A-D in Dress Circle.
• Best views of the stage
Stalls: Rows C-N. Dress Circle: Centre seats in Rows A-C. Grand Cirle: Rows A and B.
Apollo Theatre Stalls
These are divided into two sections, with the most legroom and best views to be found in the larger front section (in particular, rows E to K). Be wary of the front boxes of this section – they tend to offer a very angled view of the stage! The Stalls section has its own bar, toilets for women and men, and also a fully adapted unisex toilet.
Apollo Theatre Dress Circle
The Dress Circle is divided into three sections, and generally offers good views of the stage. The best views can be found from the centre of the section. However, seats towards the edges of this section offer obstructed views as the dress circle is curved. There are no toilets or bars available on this level.
Apollo Theatre Grand Circle
The Grand Circle is divided into two sections, where boxes often offer good views for great prices. It has a lounge bar, as well as women’s and men’s toilets.
Which Seats Offer The Best View?
The Stalls provides excellent views of the stage throughout – particularly, premium seats 7-16 in rows F to K. The front of the Dress Circle, particularly seats 12-20 in rows A-C also provide fantastic views.
Which Seats Offer the Best Value for Money?
The first three rows of the Grand Circle, and the boxes in the Dress and Grand Circle provide decent views at good prices. Additionally, the last three rows of the Dress Circle (Rows E-G) and the last four rows of the Stalls (Rows T-X) also provide decent views at decent prices.
30-Second Takeaway: Apollo Theatre
- The theatre has a capacity to accommodate 650 persons.
- Seating in the theatre is divided into three sections- Stalls, Dress Circle, and Grand Circle
- The Stalls provides excellent views of the stage throughout – particularly, premium seats 7-16 in rows F to K.
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