Noel Coward Theatre Seating Plan

Noel Coward Theatre Seating Plan (Dear Evan Hansen)


The Noel Coward Theatre London has been home to 'Dear Evan Hansen' since November 2019. 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.

CURRENTLY SHOWING: DEAR EVAN HANSEN

'Dear Evan Hansen' is shown at The Noel Coward Theatre: a Grade II Listed theatre that opened on 12 March 1903 as the Albery Theatre and was built by Sir Charles Wyndham. The building was designed by architect W Sprague with an exterior in the classical style and an interior in the Rococo style. This theatre can seat 872 patrons.

During its long history, the Adelphi Theatre has hosted some of London's most popular shows, including Avenue Q, Calendar Girls, The Full Monty, A Christmas Carol and Shakespeare in Love.


Stalls Guide

The Stalls are on the ground level of the Noel Coward 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 the second tier of the Noel Coward Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. Tickets towards the front of the Royal Circle are often highly sought-after.

Grand Circle Guide

The Grand Circle is the third tier of the Noel Coward Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. The Grand Circle is the second-furthest tier from the stage.

Balcony Guide
The Balcony is the top tier, the highest part of the Noel Coward Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. The Balcony is the furthest tier from the stage.

What facilities are available at the Noel Coward Theatre?

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

Air Cooling System
Comfortable, cool surroundings throughout the Noel Coward Theatre.

Merchandise Kiosk
The perfect place to pick up a memento.

About Dear Evan Hansen

In this award-winning musical, an uncomfortable teenager with social anxiety disorder writes himself letters. As a series of tragic events unfold, he is forced to accept himself and reflect on his place within his community/


Where is the Noel Coward Theatre?

Noel Coward Theatre London

St. Martin's Lane
London
WC2N 4AU

How do you get to the Noel Coward Theatre?

Tube Lines
Piccadilly Line and Northern Line.

Nearest Tube Station
Leicester Square Station.

Car Parking
Locations throughout the West End.

Nearest Overground Station
Charing Cross Overground Station