Her Majestys Theatre Seating Plan
Her Majesty's Theatre Seating Plan (Phantom of the Opera)
Her Majesty's Theatre London has been home to Phantom of the Opera since 1986. Our helpful London theatre guides have been designed to answer all of your questions - from tips of where the best seating is, to how many bars each floor has, and where the toilets are located.
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The Stalls are on the ground level of Her Majesty's Theatre. They are closest to the stage and offer some of the best views in the theatre. Tickets near the front of the Stalls are often highly sought-after.
Royal Circle Guide
The Royal Circle is one of the middle tiers of the Her Majesty's Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. Tickets towards the front of the Royal Circle are often highly sought-after.
Royal Circle Guide
The Grand Circle is one of the middle tiers of the Her Majesty's Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage.
The Balcony is the top tier, the highest part of Her Majesty's Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. The Balcony is the furthest tier from the stage.
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About Phantom of the Opera
Phantom Of The Opera is adapted from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic original, and ably directed by Hal Prince, this Olivier Audience Award-winning musical features spectacular practical effects, such as the show-stopping chandelier scene and the poignant boat scene. All the fantastic songs everyone now knows and loves are included such as 'Angel Of Music', 'The Music Of The Night' and 'The Mirror'.
Where is Her Majesty's Theatre?
Her Majesty's Theatre London
How do you get to Her Majesty's Theatre?
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