The Aldwych theatre is one of the West End's most well established theatres, opening in 1905, the theatre has been host to a number of shows, popular pantomimes and classic masterpieces. The Aldwych theatre was built at the same time as, and as a sister of, the Waldorf theatre (now known as the Novello theatre). Now a grade II listed building, the Aldwych theatre is one of London's oldest and most popular theatres and has long and colourful history which includes a rumoured ghostly presence.
In the new century, the Aldwych theatre has hosted a great number of plays, comedies and musicals, all which have been received with great enthusiasm from the passionate theatregoers.
The Aldwych theatre has a seating capacity of 1,200 on various levels that include stalls, dress circle and grand circle as well as box seating. Comfortable views are available from all seating, with stalls remaining the most popular for the best views, but boxes offering a more personal and private experience.
Some retailers will tell you up-front which individual seats you'll be purchasing, whilst others will tell you which area of the theatre Stalls, Balcony) that your tickets will be for and will allocate your seats upon payment. In general, seats closer to the stage are more expensive Out offer a better view of the performance