Sondheim Theatre Seating Plan

The Sondheim Theatre Seating for Les Misérables includes Stalls, Dress Circle, and Upper Circle. Seating may vary slightly from time to time from the seating plan shown below. When booking, seats are selected on the live seating plan before payment is made for tickets.

This brilliant new staging has taken the world by storm and has been hailed “Les Mis for the 21st Century” (Huffington Post), “a reborn dream of a production” (Daily Telegraph) and “perfect theatre in a perfect theatre” (Sunday Telegraph).

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The magnificent score of Les Misérables includes the songs; I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, Bring Him Home, One Day More, Master Of The House and many more. Seen by over 130 million people worldwide in 53 countries and in 22 languages, Les Misérables is undisputedly one of the world’s most popular musicals.

Running time: 2h 50m (incl. interval) Suitable for ages 8+

Queen's Theatre Seating Plan

Sondheim Theatre
51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA

The Sondheim Theatre, formerly known as the Queen’s Theatre, is a popular venue in London’s West End. Located on Shaftesbury Avenue, it’s easily accessible by public transport.

The nearest tube station to the Sondheim Theatre is Piccadilly Circus, which is served by the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines. Leicester Square station is also within walking distance, and it’s served by the Northern and Piccadilly lines.

For those arriving by bus, the 14, 19, 22B, 38, and 53 all stop near the Sondheim Theatre. There are also several bike docking stations nearby, making it an ideal option for those cycling.

If you’re coming from further afield, you can take the train to Charing Cross or Victoria station and then take the tube to Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square.

Overall, the Sondheim Theatre is conveniently located and easily accessible by public transport, making it a great destination for theatre-goers in London.

 

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