Old Vic Theatre Seating Plan

Seating Plans may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown on the seating plan below.

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Old Vic Theatre Seating Plan

The Old Vic Theatre is one of the oldest and most famous theatres in London, located in the heart of the city. If you’re planning to visit the theatre, there are several transport options available:

  1. Tube: The closest tube station to the venue is Waterloo, which is served by the Jubilee, Northern, and Bakerloo lines. The theatre is only a five-minute walk from the station.
  2. Bus: There are several bus routes that stop near the venue, including routes 1, 68, 168, and 171.
  3. Train: Waterloo Station is also a major railway station, providing direct connections to various parts of London and the South East.
  4. Taxi or private car: Taxis and private cars can drop off and pick up passengers on Waterloo Road, which is adjacent to the Old Vic Theatre.
  5. Bicycle: There are several bicycle parking stands near the venue, and London’s Santander Cycles bike rental scheme also has stations nearby.
  6. Walking: Depending on your location, it may be possible to walk to the venue, which is located in the Waterloo area of London.

In addition, the Old Vic Theatre is well served by public transport at all times of the day and night, making it easy to get to and from the theatre no matter what time your show finishes.

Old Vic Theatre
103 The Cut, London, SE1 8NB

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