Duke of York’s Theatre Seating Plan

London Duke of York’s Theatre Seating Plan – auditorium includes Stalls, Dress Circle, and Upper Circle. NOTE: The availability of a seat or seats may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown on the seating plan below. Shirley Valentine, starring Sheridan Smith, is at the Duke of York’s Theatre from 17 Feb 2023 to 3 Jun 2023.

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Duke of York's Theatre Seating Plan

Duke of York’s Theatre
45 St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2N 4BG

Shirley Valentine is the joyous, life-affirming story of the woman who got lost in marriage and motherhood, the woman who wound up talking to the kitchen wall whilst cooking her husband’s chips and egg. But Shirley still has a secret dream. And in her bag, an airline ticket. One day she may just leave a note saying: ‘Gone! Gone to Greece.’

Shirley Valentine is the celebrated one-woman play written by Willy Russell, winning him his third Olivier Award. Sheridan Smith is a multi-award-winning actress with two Olivier Awards and a BAFTA.

The Duke of York’s is a beautiful Victorian theatre located in the heart of London’s West End. It is situated on St Martin’s Lane, just a short distance from Leicester Square and Covent Garden. The theatre first opened its doors in 1892 and has been entertaining audiences with world-class performances ever since.

Surrounding the venue, you will find a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars to suit all tastes and budgets. Just a short walk away is Chinatown, which offers a range of authentic Asian cuisine. If you’re in the mood for Italian, there are several options in the area, including Rossopomodoro and Ciro’s Pizza Pomodoro. Other popular restaurants in the vicinity include Dishoom, a Bombay-style cafe, and J Sheekey, a seafood restaurant.

When it comes to transport, the venue is conveniently located near several major transportation hubs. The closest underground station is Leicester Square, which is served by the Northern and Piccadilly lines. Covent Garden and Charing Cross stations are also within easy walking distance. If you prefer to travel by bus, there are several bus routes that stop nearby, including the 14, 19, and 38. Taxis and private hire vehicles are also readily available in the area.

Overall, the Duke of York’s Theatre and the surrounding area offer a fantastic evening out for theatre-goers and foodies alike. With a range of dining options and convenient transport links, it’s the perfect destination for a night out in London’s vibrant West End.

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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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