The London Apollo Victoria Theatre Seating Plan – seating may vary from time to time and seating prices may vary for Evening and Matinee Performances – Monday to Thursday and Friday and Saturday – these will be shown at the time of booking. Book tickets for Apollo Victoria Theatre London.
The 2,328 seat theatre opened as a cinema in 1930. The interior is unique and a testament to art deco design.
The interior is unique and a testament to art deco design. ‘Imagine a fairy cavern under the sea, or a mermaid’s dream of Heaven; something one has never seen or thought of before; huge submarine flowers against the walls that branch up and out and throw mysterious light towards the realms above, and glassy illuminated stalactites hanging from the ceiling; and a proscenium like a slender host of silver trees, and silvered organ pipes that shoot up to the roof; while over the whole the lights change from deep-sea green to the colours of the dawn, and from these to the warm comfort sunlight’. Gaumont – British News
The Stalls has seating from Row A to Row Z – from Row A to Row P there are 3 sections – then a walkway – and then from Row Q to Row Z there are 4 sections.
There is a wide range of ticket prices to suit various budgets. Views from throughout The Stalls offer clear views of the entire stage, although towards the rear of the auditorium the ‘view’ will not be as ‘clear’ in comparison with sitting closer to the front (as with all most theatres). Premium Seating is generally in Row F to Row J and in the central seating section – these are ‘probably’ the best seats in the house.
As with the Stalls, the Circle offers very good views with good sightlines of the stage. There is seating from Row A to Row Y and again with various prices of tickets on offer. The seating is split into various blocks.
Apollo Victoria Theatre
17 Wilton Road, London, SW1V 1LG