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Queen's Theatre, London

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Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The Queen’s Theatre main entrance is situated on the corner of Shaftesbury Avenue. There is level access into the main theatre foyer, Box Office, bars and kiosks. A drop-off point is located at the front of the building.

All sections of the theatre must be reached by stairs, as there is no customer lift. Alternatively, the Dress Circle can be accessed via an accessible entrance on Wardour Street, which is through the fourth side door. This entrance leads directly to accessible seating in the Dress Circle.

Customer Assistance
Patrons who wish to use the alternative entrance on Wardour Street must notify a member of staff on arrival, who will escort them to the entrance. Staff are on hand to assist with navigation throughout the theatre. Seating is available in the main foyer.

Transfers are available to Row D in the Dress Circle, and those wishing to transfer must bring a companion. Staff are able to store wheelchairs for the duration of the performance.

How to Book
For those who request special assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theatre of any special requirements. Wheelchair users and their companions are eligible for significant discounts with access rates.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 0844 482 5137 (calls cost 7p/pm) or email:

Good Value Seats

It’s worth taking a risk on one of the restricted view seats, especially those in the Dress Circle. Seats in the front two rows of the Stalls are also usually discounted, but provide an exciting view of the stage up close for those wanting to immerse themselves in the show.

Premium Seats

The best seats in the house in this case are the front centre of the Dress Circle. Here you can feel involved with the show whilst being able to take it all in and enjoying the improved sound quality the theatre has to offer.
  • Les Miserables

    Les Misérables is the longest running musical in the world, having debuted at the Barbican in 1985. The show, set amid a period of social unrest in France, is considered to be one of the best shows ever written and is constantly praised for its timeless musical score.

    Booking from 12 Feb 2016 to 01 Oct 2016


The Queen’s Theatre is situated in the heart of Theatreland on Shaftesbury Avenue. The theatre was opened in 1907 and has an Edwardian style auditorium. After being destroyed during World War II the foyer was rebuilt in a modern style which still presides today. Extended refurbishment took place in 2009 which improved public areas and increased seating capacity. The theatre has been the home of the world’s longest running musical Les Miserables since 2004. Seating at the theatre is often complained about, with most audience members preferring to sit in either the Dress Circle or the Upper Circle. The Stalls section is vast, with no divisions and is inhibited by the deep overhang of the Dress Circle which is the first tier at street level. Pricing of each section does not effectively represent the quality of each seat, and so Seat Plan advises caution when booking. The modern façade and foyer make the theatre feel somewhat gloomy, which is perhaps fitting with the nature of the show.


Location and Map

51 Shaftesbury Avenue Street, London, W1D 6BA

Past Shows

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