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Wyndham's Theatre, London

330 Seat Reviews

We have 330 seat reviews in the Wyndham's Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

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Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The Wyndham’s Theatre main entrance is located on Charing Cross Road, with a raised threshold from street level to foyer. The foyer is accessed through double doors which are constantly manned.

An alternative entrance to wheelchair spaces in the Royal Circle Boxes is available on Charing Cross Road. Once inside this entrance, there are 3 steps to navigate into the box. This venue is not suitable for electric wheelchairs or for those who are unable to be lifted from their wheelchairs.

Customer Assistance
Despite the lack of step-free accessibility at the Wyndham’s, staff are on hand to assist with navigation and any access needs.

Wheelchair spaces and transfer spaces are available in Box A and staff are trained to assist in transferring wheelchair users up and down steps. Staff are able to store wheelchairs for the duration of the performance. Patrons who require help must notify staff beforehand. It is recommended that wheelchair users bring a companion. At-seat service is available for patrons who are unable to access the bars.

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 will receive significant discounts.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 0844 482 5137 or email:

Good Value Seats

The Balcony in this theatre provides good views of the stage, although it does feel far back. Chose rows B and D to see over the safety rail, and look for a bargain ticket to make these seats worth your money.

Premium Seats

Best seats are towards the front of the Dress Circle. Avoid the first row, as the curve of the balcony can be obstructive.
  • Hangmen

    Transferring from the Royal Court to Wyndham’s Theatre, Hangmen is the electrifying new play from Martin McDonagh, who is widely considered to be one of Ireland’s most important living playwrights. Set on the day that hanging was abolished in England, it explores whether violence is a quality that truly can be abandoned overnight.

    Booking from 10 Feb 2016 to 05 Mar 2016
  • Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill

  • People, Places and Things

    Headlong and The National Theatre join forces in this exhilarating new play by Duncan Macmillan. Denise Gough stars in the career defining role of Emma, an actress whose addiction causes her life to spiral out of control.


The Wyndhams theatre is a traditional building at the base of Charing Cross Road set amongst the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square. The theatre opened in 1988 and continues to boast its late Victorian style. The venue has been home to a number of straight plays and musicals, but is now used to housing short runs of popular new plays or transfers from other venues, such as the year long Donmar in the West End residency. The theatre is taller and shallow and offers seats over four different levels. Each level is particularly shallow, with long rows running around the balconies rather than out from the stage. Boxes at the Royal Circle level are difficult to see from, and the whole auditorium presents different degree of problems along the way. It is worth checking out which seats offer the best value for money before you book.


Location and Map

Charing Cross Rd Street, London, WC2H 0DA

Past Shows

  • The Father

    - Closed 21/11/15

  • The Mentalists

    - Closed 29/08/15

  • American Buffalo

    - Closed 27/06/15

  • A View From the Bridge

    - Closed 11/04/15

  • King Charles III

    - Closed 31/01/15

  • Skylight

    - Closed 18/08/14

  • The Weir

    - Closed 19/04/14

  • Barking In Essex

    - Closed 04/01/14

  • Relatively Speaking

    - Closed 31/08/13

  • Quartermaine's Terms

    - Closed 13/04/13

  • Dreamboats and Petticoats

    - Closed 19/01/13

  • Abigail's Party

    - Closed 01/09/12

  • The King's Speech

    - Closed 12/05/12