2 Charing Cross Road,
One of the older West-End theatres, the Garrick Theatre in Charring Cross Road was originally opened in 1889 with 800 seats on 4 levels and named after the influential Shakespearean actor David Garrick. At a later date, the gallery level was closed and the seating capacity was reduced, but it currently included 732 available seats on 3 levels.
The Garrick Theatre had some difficulties during its early years and was nearly under threat of closure in 1968 before it was saved by the Save London Theatres Campaign. However, in recent years the Garrick Theatre has seen a number of successful productions including No Sex Please, We're British, the award-winning An Inspector Calls and more. In 1960 the theatre was given a grade II listing.
The Garrick Theatre has disabled facilities available for those that need it including seating facilities, parking and infra-red hearing aid systems. Seating at the Garrick Theatre is on three levels and includes the stalls, dress circle and upper circle. Box seating is also available.
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