London Lyric Theatre Seating Plan – seating with Stalls, Dress Circle, Upper Circle, and Balcony. NOTE: Seating Plans may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown. When booking tickets a ‘live’ seating plan is used and it may vary from the Lyric seating plan below.

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Lyric Theatre Seating Plan

Lyric Theatre

Alan Ayckbourn’s How the Other Half Loves starring Alec Guinness ran for 869 performances from 1972. Other predominant productions include Rosemary Harris leading the cast of Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias, Look Back in Anger with Kenneth Branagh, and Sheila Hancock in Andrew Davies’ Prin.

Previously at the Lyric Theatre was Thriller Live!
Moonwalking into the West End after three acclaimed UK tours and standing ovations across Europe, Thriller – Live is a spectacular, high-octane show celebrating the career of Michael Jackson, and the Jackson 5.

To bring to life on stage the sensational dancing and distinctive sound of the Jackson’s greatest hits, Thriller – Live included eye-popping multi-media effects and dazzling choreography by the show’s award-winning director Gary Lloyd (who has previously worked with artists including Leona Lewis, Will Young, Robbie Williams, Kelly Clarkson and Girls Aloud), plus additional choreography by 5 time MTV award-winning LaVelle Smith Jnr.

The Lyric Theatre is located in the heart of the West End, at 29 Shaftesbury Ave, Soho, W1D 7ES, United Kingdom.

There are several transport options available to get to the Lyric Theatre:

  1. Tube: The nearest tube station to the Lyric Theatre is Piccadilly Circus, which is served by the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines. From the station, it’s just a 5-minute walk to the theatre.
  2. Bus: Many bus routes run through the Piccadilly Circus area, which is just a short walk from the theatre. Check the Transport for London website for specific bus routes and schedules.
  3. Train: The nearest train station to the Lyric Theatre is Charing Cross, which is a 15-minute walk away.
  4. Taxi or car: If you’re taking a taxi or driving, the theatre is located just off the A4, which is the main road running through central London.

Note that parking near the theatre can be difficult and expensive, so it’s usually better to use public transport if possible.