The Wyndham’s Theatre is one of the West End venues on the smaller side of the scale with less than 1,000 seats on 4 levels: The Stalls, the Royal Circle, the Grand Circle and the Balcony. The Stalls stretch back from the stage from row A to row R with seats going across the auditorium from 3 to 28, whilst the Royal Circle goes from row A to G with seats spanning 2 to 30. Meanwhile, the Grand Circle stretches back from row A to row D with seats spanning 2 to 30 across, whilst the Balcony stretches back from row A to D with seats going across from 2 to 29. This makes for a total capacity of 759 on 4 levels.
Once patrons have arrived inside the Wyndham’s Theatre they will find the Box Office on their right. Then, to access the Stalls they will need to travel down 18 steps, with 12 steps leading up to the Royal Circle, 21 steps going up to the Upper Circle and more than 40 going up to the Balcony (there are also steps between the rows due to their sloping nature).
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