When buying A Midsummer Night’s Dream London tickets, it is always best to have some idea of where to sit and what is best value for your money. The current production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is running at the Noel Coward Theatre in London’s West End. For in depth detail on tickets and where to sit in the theatre please see our guide below.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream London tickets are currently on sale and is booking from the 7th September until the 16th November 2013. Shows run from Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm each evening. Ticket prices vary from as little as £10 to over £80 for premium seats (See our ‘where to sit’ guide below for advice on where to sit within your budget.) To buy tickets, fill out the ticket form on the right hand side of the page.
The Noel Coward Theatre
The Noel Coward has around 875 seats spread over four level, the Stalls, Royal Circle, Grand Circle and Balcony. Whilst in terms of seating capacity the Noel Coward is of a moderate size for a West End Theatre, it can feel quite large from the auditorium due to the height of the building. This is something to bear in mind for those sitting in the Balcony, which is quite steep so can feel very high up. Balcony seats tend to be a lot cheaper than seats on other levels for this reason. The best seats in the theatre tend to be in the Stalls and the Royal Circle, although these are often the most expensive. Please see below for specific advice on where to sit
Where to sit
Finding a seat that suits your budget and comfort needs can often take some research. Luckily we have created a seating guide below to save you time and help you find the best seats to suit our requirements.
The seats with the clearest view of the stage are around the centre of the Stalls and the front central section of the Royal Circle. Premium seats are seats 11-20 in rows F-H in the Stalls and seats 13-20 in row A and 12-19 in rows B and C. Premium seats are supposed to have the best views of the stage in the house, the only down side is that they are the most expensive. If you have a big budget these seats is an excellent choice. However if you are looking to spend slightly less then seats surrounding these seats in rows D-L in the Stalls and rows A-E in the Royal Circle.
On a Budget
So long as you don’t suffer from vertigo, you can pick up some good cheap seats in the centre of the Balcony. In the Balcony you may feel quite high up, but seats around 6-20 in each row offer good, clear views of the stage.
If heights aren’t your cup of tea, then for a bit extra money seats in the Grand Circle offer good views of the stage. As always, the best seats are around the centre of the Grand Circle.
Unlike a lot of West End theatres, there are not any unsightly pillars. The only real viewing restrictions come from side seats in the Grand Circle. These seats are significantly less expensive than others in the theatre but audience members will have to deal with a side angle view of the stage