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  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: E, seat: 24
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Quite steep and seats are very close together so not much room to move, but a good view
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: B, seat: 18
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    We had 19,18,17 & 16, with the aisle seats for our children (aged 11 & 13). There isn’t much slope at the front, so we put them on booster pads so they could see over the two adults in front (who were not tall). They saw all of the show perfectly as did we
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: I, seat: 25
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    No issues at all, thought they made feel a little wide but didn't
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: N, seat: 17
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand dress circle, row: C, seat: 22
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    On the aisle and stairs are quite steep NOT recommend for anyone with significant mobility issues but the drop from you to the row in front means a virtually unobstructed view throughout. Could see whole stage front to back. Great view for £20 a seat.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: E, seat: 26
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great view. Empty space to the left for coats and bags.

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    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: B, seat: 29
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    6'/183cm. Found the seat to be excellent. Great view, despite having to lean over for some scenes downstage. Legroom was fine; knees weren't hitting anything but can't stretch legs out.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress circle, row: C, seat: 31
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great view. Although slightly to the left - it is not restricted view. Number 33 was slightly restricted though (according to the person sitting to my left. She said it is not mentioned on the website though)
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: K, seat: 32
    Hamilton
    Good seats! Ceiling looked a little low but didn't block any of the stage
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: A, seat: 6
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Very close to the stage and off to one side so that you can't see some of the action on the stage. This is only for a small part of the performance.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: A, seat: 14
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    For the price we paid these seats were great. View is very clear (no obstructions from the stage) but you are far away. Limited legroom and very high up.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress circle, row: B, seat: 19
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Best for this show. Clear view of the stage and the visuals that come with the performance. 10/10

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  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: stalls, row: i, seat: 6
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: D, seat: 28
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • anonymous 1 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: D, seat: 29
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Not really a viable seat … luckily someone did not turn up so I could move up . D28 was fine and sold as restricted view same price ticket …
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: A, seat: 17
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Very good view. But no leg room, really struggled with the seats, tried change seat after first show. Short legs you would be ok.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: C, seat: 9
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: C, seat: 8
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    80% of the stage is visible. Legroom is limited but tolerable. Visibility depends on the height of the person sitting in the seat to the right of the one in front of you. If they lean forward it will block your view.
  • anonymous 1 star theater seat view
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Don’t buy row F in the Balcony. We’ve analysed the slope of all the balcony rows compared to the row above & below and it seems like row F knees are level with mid back whereas each other row is level with heads. It makes for a significantly blocked view.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: C, seat: 15
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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