Scroll through the images above to see the restricted view seats in red.
All seats are priced according to visibility. The roof of the stage and all gallery seats are held up by pillars - there is no seat in the theatre from which the action is not obscured at some point by the pillars.
There are 700 £5 standing tickets for every performance. Standing offers the best view of the stage.
Lower / Middle / Upper Galleries (seated)
For The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It, King John, Measure for Measure, Richard II, The Oresteia, The Heresy of Love and Nell Gwynn:
£17, £22, £27, £30, £36, £40, £43
For Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo & Juliet, Richard III and Macbeth:
£17, £22, £24, £27, £31, £36, £39
Seating plans vary for each performance; for details please ask Box Office staff.
£3 off all seats.
We offer discounted tickets for disabled patrons plus one companion if required. Patrons wishing to take advantage of Access discounts are required to join our free Acess Scheme. Please click here to download the form.
School / Group Bookings
Book 10 seated tickets and get 1 additional ticket free. Tickets must be for the same performance. Please note there is limited availability for groups in all areas of the theatre. For groups including students aged under 18 a ratio of 1 adult per 10 students is required. Adults must remain with their group throughout the performance.
For more information, please visit our Schools & Group bookings page.
All offers subject to availability, and cannot be used with any other discount.
Present a valid ticket for any performance in the 2014 Theatre Season and receive £2 off entry to the exhibition. One discount per person.
Top Up Donations
We receive no government funding and depend on our audiences to support our work and ambitions. Whilst booking your tickets please consider making an additional donation. Adding just a small amount to your ticket purchase will be of huge benefit to us. Funds generated from top-up donations this year will be directed towards the creation of our new indoor Jacobean theatre, which we hope will be complete by winter 2013.