Piccadilly Theatre Seating Plan

Piccadilly Theatre Seating Plan (Death of a Salesman)

The Piccadilly Theatre London has been home to Death of a Salesman 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.

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The theatre is situated on Denman Street in the West End of London, close to Piccadilly Circus Tube Station. This 1,232 seat theatre has a reputation for hosting productions with famous actors involved in the show. The theatre was briefly owned by Warner Bros. and used to show the first-ever ‘talkie’ in the UK. It was also partially destroyed during the Blitz of WW2 and was reopened in 1950. Jersey Boys was at the Piccadilly Theatre from March 2014 to March 2017.

Stalls Guide

The Stalls are on the ground level of the Piccadilly 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 middle tier of the Piccadilly 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 top tier, the highest part of the Piccadilly Theatre. This tier offers an elevated view of the stage. The Grand Circle is the furthest tier from the stage.

What facilities are available at the Piccadilly Theatre?

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

Air Conditioning
Comfortable, cool surroundings throughout the Piccadilly Theatre.

Merchandise Kiosk
The perfect place to pick up a memento.

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

About Death of a Salesman

This celebrated production of Arthur Miller's classic work of American theatre examines all the familiar themes of capitalism, masculinity, family and the blurring between fantasy and reality. What truly sets this production apart is directors Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell's decisions to reimagine the Lomans as an African-American family, whilst retaining the play's original setting of 1940s Boston. The Wire's Wendell Pierce stars as Willy Loman.

Where is the Piccadilly Theatre?

Piccadilly Theatre London

16 Denman Street

How do you get to the Piccadilly Theatre?

Tube Lines
Bakerloo Line and Piccadilly Line.

Nearest Tube Station
Piccadilly Circus Underground Station.

Car Parking
Locations throughout the West End.

Nearest Overground Station
Charing Cross Overground Station