Lyttelton Theatre Seating Plan

Lyttelton Theatre Seating Plan (Master Harold and the Boys/Three Sisters/The Welkin)

The Lyttelton theatre is home to a number of critically-acclaimed shows. 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.

We know London's West End and theatreland inside out. Our London-based team are lucky to be regular theatregoers and therefore have expert knowledge of all the musicals and plays we offer. Theatre is what we do.

There are no eye-blocking pillars, circle rails, or other familiar hazards and you can see and hear almost equally well from each of its 890 seats. Unlike most traditional theatres, the Lyttelton has an adjustable proscenium. One of London's most versatile theatres, it can be made into an open-end stage, a a fore-stage, or modified to create an orchestra pit for up to 20 musicians. No seat is further away from the actor’s point of command than the distance from the front row of the dress circle in many older, larger theatres.

The theatre has played host to a number of recent successes, including a revival of 'Absolute Hell', and a modern retelling of August Strindberg's 'Miss Julie'.

Stalls Guide

The Stalls are on the ground level of the Lyttelton 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.

Circle Guide

The Circle is the top tier, the highest part of the Lyttelton Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. The Circle is the furthest tier from the stage.

What facilities are available at the Lyttelton Theatre?

Offering a selection of beers, wines, and soft drinks as well as various bar snacks.

Air Conditioning
Comfortable, cool surroundings throughout the Lyttelton Theatre.

Merchandise Kiosk
The perfect place to pick up a memento.

Hot Drinks
Fresh coffee and tea are available from the theatre bars.

Where is the Lyttelton Theatre?

Lyttelton Theatre London

The National Theatre, Southbank

How do you get to the Lyttelton Theatre?

Tube Lines
Bakerloo Line, Jubilee Line and Northern Line.

Nearest Tube Station
Waterloo Underground Station.

Car Parking
Locations throughout the West End.

Nearest Overground Station
Waterloo Overground Station