You have the choice of seats in the stalls, dress circle, dress circle boxes and upper circle (also known as the Grand Circle) at the Aldwych.
The theatre is built to a typical Georgian design and includes three levels. The lower stalls are actually below ground level and the dress circle at street level. Because the building is so tall and thin, you get fantastic views at every level, unlike many old theatre venues.
If you have a decent amount of money to spare treat yourself to seats in the front of the stalls, with the centre seats in rows B and C offering the finest views. The aisle seats are also excellent. But the best value seating tends to be seats 5, 6, 28 and 29 in the dress circle, discounted because they follow the gentle curve of the balcony and give a slightly rounded view of the stage. Despite this, they offer amazing visibility and are the best of the cheaper seats in the house. Look out for the original fireplace alcoves in the stalls, for a peep backwards into pre-electricity theatre history!