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Best Value Tickets at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Date Added: November 15, 2010 10:42:47 AM

If you are pondering which seats to buy when seeing a show at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, then the price of the ticket is a great indication for how good the view and the general comfort of your seat is going to be – a high priced ticket will usually offer central views quite close to the stage, and the cheapest seat in the auditorium is likely to be restricted or in a far corner of the venue. However, there are some seats dotted around that offer fantastic views for a slightly cheaper price than the top-priced tickets, and these are the ones to look out for. 

The front row of the Stalls is sometimes cheaper than seats a little further back because of its proximity to the stage, as you will have to follow your eyes around the actors which may be annoying. The legroom in this row is great however, and if you do not mind being so close then it is definitely worth the discount.  

Seats at the front of the Upper Circle feel surprisingly close to the stage considering its height. Upper Circle tickets are much cheaper than seats in the Grand Circle and the Stalls so if you do not mind being so high up, then these seats are definitely worth it. It is worth considering these tickets to save a lot of money. 

The Balcony at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is the highest seating section in the auditorium, and prices drop dramatically. Seats at the front of this section, however, are well worth the smaller price as the view of the whole stage is clear. 

Buying Theatre Royal Drury Lane tickets can be a gamble if you are unsure of the way that a theatre is set out, which is why careful consideration must go into choosing seats to ensure a great viewing experience, and a Drury Lane seating plan will help with your decision. Some lower-priced seats offer tremendous views of the stage and bagging one will make your experience all the more rewarding.