Victoria Palace Theatre Seating Plan includes Stalls, Dress Circle and Grand Circle. NOTE: Seating Plans may vary from one production to another and these changes may not be shown.

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Victoria Palace Theatre Seating Plan

About Hamilton

Foreground Karl Queensborough and the West End. Photo Credit Matt Murphy.
Foreground Karl Queensborough and the West End cast. Photo Credit Matt Murphy.

The multi-award-winning West End production of HAMILTON is now entering its third sell-out year at London’s Victoria Palace Theatre.

HAMILTON is the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and helped shape the very foundations of the America we know today. The score blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway – the story of America then, as told by America now.

Victoria Palace Theatre
The auditorium seats 1550 and is air-conditioned. It features a sliding roof, a simple and still efficient precursor of air-conditioning. The Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle Theatre originally each had their own entrance and their own box office selling pre-printed tickets from a paper seating-plan.

The Victoria Palace ventured into the new millennium with a significant building programme including enlarging the Foyer, toilet facilities and increasing the dressing room space, whilst preserving the historic building’s character.

A copy of the original statue of Pavlova, was in 2006 reinstated to its original place above the cupola of the Victoria Palace and her gold-leafed figure once again gleams above us.

In terms of transport, the Victoria Palace Theatre is located in the Victoria area of London, which is well served by public transportation. The theatre is within walking distance of several major transport hubs, including Victoria Station, which is one of the busiest train and underground stations in London. Victoria Station serves the Victoria Line, the Circle Line, and the District Line of the London Underground, as well as several national rail services.

The theatre is also served by several bus routes, including the 11, 24, 148, 211, and 507 buses, which stop directly outside the theatre. Additionally, there are several taxi ranks located nearby, and the theatre is easily accessible by car, with several public car parks located within walking distance.