Piccadilly Theatre Seat Map
Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End is home to Moulin Rouge! The Musical. View the seating plan to find the best seating options at the theatre.
Can Can Seats
Can Can seats are located at the very front of the auditorium and includes table seating. There are a total of nine tables and each table seats two. It is important to note that these seats are extremely close to the stage and surrounded on all sides by the action onstage.
The Stalls is the largest seating section at the theatre with a total of 506 seats. The best seats in the section are located in the centre around a third of the way back from the stage. However even seats at the very back of the section offer a clear unobstructed view of the show. Seats located at the back and towards the edges do have the benefit of being priced a little lower than other seats in the section.
The Piccadilly Theatre's Royal Circle is directly above the Stalls. All seats offer an excellent, clear view of the stage. The best seats are central and towards the front. The railing does not impact the view of seats in the first row of the section.
Sherwood Street Access Entrance is step free to the Royal Circle although once in the Auditorium each row has a step apart from Row A. All Stairwells have a handrail.We recommend Royal Circle B30-31, C29-30 and D30-31 for Seats with as few stairs as possible and A29-30 for seats with Seats with stair-free access. We have 3 wheelchair positions, and Royal Circle A29-30 seats are suitable if you wish to transfer to a theatre seat. Each level has individual fold-down seats with static armrests. The width of the seats is approx. 44cm.
The Grand Circle is above the Royal Circle and has a total of 364 seats. The vast majority of seats offer full, clear, elevated view of the entire stage. There are some restricted views for a small number of seats due to railings or the positioning of the seat. However, thanks to our seat view functionality you can see exactly what the view from the seat is before completing your booking.
Please note that the steps in the section are fairly steep and so wouldn’t be recommended for sufferers of vertigo.