To help you select the best seating area, we've included the following seating plan for Fortune Theatre.
Fortune Theatre Seating Plan
City of London,
The Fortune theatre is one of the more intimate of London's theatres, holding a mere 432 theatregoers on 3 levels. Originally opening in 1924, it was dubbed the '...most intimate of theatres' and that has remained true ever since. Yet, despite its small nature, the Fortune theatre has seen several big name stars take to its stage including Dame Judi Dench, Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore and Maureen Lipman.
Disabled access to the Fortune theatre is limited. There are a number of steps up and down to the seating (depending on which level you are sitting on) and there is no space for wheelchair users. The easiest seating facilities for disabled users is the back of the dress circle level or Box A. Box A presents the easiest access as it is accessible through a side fire exit, which has just 5 steps. Storage for wheelchairs is available, but wheelchair users attending the Fortune theatre are advised to bring a companion to assist them with seating.
Running Time: 2 hours
Venue: Fortune Theatre
Venue Directions: <p>Take the Piccadilly Line to Covent Garden and exit into the piazza. The theatre is approximately 5 minutes walk.</p>