Duchess Theatre Seating Plan

The Duchess Theatre’s seating plan includes Stalls and Dress Circle. NOTE: Seats in the auditorium may vary from the seats on the plan shown below.

The Play That Goes Wrong

Book your seats and do not miss Mischief’s award-winning ‘masterpiece of malfunction’ (The Times) THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG as it crashes into its ninth chaotic year in the West End at the Duchess Theatre.

You all know the classic whodunnit story, there has been a murder at a country manor, and an inspector is set on the case to find who the culprit is. However, when this plot is given to the accident-prone thespians at The Cornley Drama Society, everything that can go wrong… does! The actors and crew battle against all odds to make it through to their final curtain call, with hilarious consequences! Do you ever find out who murdered Charles Haversham? You’ll have to see for yourself! Experience total mayhem and enjoy the perfect slice of escapist comedy, guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter.

Duchess Theatre Seating Plan

Duchess Theatre London
3-5 Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5LA

Situated on Catherine Street, near the Aldwych and just a stone’s throw away from Covent Garden. The building was designed by Ewen Barr and was opened in November 1929. It seats 494, making it one of the smaller theatres in the West End.

Over the years, the venue has hosted a wide variety of productions, from dramas to musicals. Some of the most notable productions include “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie, which opened at the theatre in 1952 and is still running in London. The theatre has also hosted popular shows such as “Oh! Calcutta!” and “The Play What I Wrote”.

One of the unique features of the venue is its curved facade, which is made of Portland stone. The interior of the theatre is also quite striking, with its Art Deco design and plush red seats. The stage itself is quite small, but it has been used to great effect by many productions over the years.

In recent years, the theatre has undergone some renovations to improve the experience for theatregoers. This has included upgrading the seating and the sound system, as well as installing new lighting and backstage facilities.

The theatre is currently owned by Nimax and continues to be a popular venue for both West End productions and touring shows. Its central location makes it easy to access by public transportation, and there are many restaurants and bars in the area where you can take your seat for pre- or post-theatre drinks and dining.

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  • Neil Cheesman

    First becoming involved in an online theatre business in 2005 and launching londontheatre1.com in September 2013. Neil writes reviews and news articles, and has interviewed over 150 actors and actresses from the West End, Broadway, film, television, and theatre. Follow Neil on Twitter @LondonTheatre1

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