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  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: D, seat: 28-29
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great seats only miss a little bit of the left back of stage.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: J, seat: 16-17
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Perfect seats !
  • anonymous
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: A, seat: 9
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • anonymous 1 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: F, seat: 16
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
    Row F is a terrible row. The row E which i moved to is perfectly good view of stage. Row F should be noted as restricted view. The seats are at a different angle which changes from E-F
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: I, seat: 18
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Excellent view. Stalls are on a slight slope so no major issues with heads in front. No accounting for poor choice of hairstyles of fellow theatre goers - high bun?!
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: A, seat: 6
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

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  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: E, seat: 18
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great value despite lack of legroom. Good view of all the action. Recommended.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: G, seat: 12
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child , Part Two
    Amazing seats!!!!
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: G, seat: 15
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Could see the whole stay but had to lean forwards at points mainly due to the people in front
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: A, seat: 34
    Harry Potter and the cursed child
    Very difficult to sit in the seat if you're taller than 5'10. The bar is quite obstrusive but you get used to it.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand circle, row: G, seat: 12
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress circle, row: B, seat: 29
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Fantastic seat in the dress circle. Would definitely sit here again. Clear view of everything. In my opinion dress circle is the best place to sit in this theatre. Avoid very end of rows though as slightly restricted by safety rails.

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  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress circle, row: B, seat: 31
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Fantastic view from this seat. People in Row A in front tended to lean forward as they had view restricted by wall and lights but this did not in any way interfere with our view. Would happily sit here again.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: D, seat: 23
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great view of the stage, seat legroom was OK (I'm 6'1) as long as you sit tight into the back of the seat. Would happily sit in this seat again. For reference the ticket was £65 for each part (both parts on a Saturday, Nov 19)
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: A, seat: 6
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Excellent view of stage. Limited legroom.
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: D, seat: 16
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: K, seat: 21
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
    Amazing seat for a great view of the stage! Amazing show!
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: grand circle, row: b, seat: 43
    Harry Potter and the cursed child
    i was lucky enough to have two free seats next to mine so i was able to change my seat but if i‘d stayed in that seat i would have only seen a small part of the stage. especially if you are quite small you can’t really see anything from there.
  • anonymous 1 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: B, seat: 2
    Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
    Total waste of money, you basically miss the majority of what is going on as it takes place on the other 2/3rds of the stage. I would give it zero stars if this was an option
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: G, seat: 31
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    I'm about 5'3" and I had plenty of leg room. The chairs are small so it helped that I was on the left end and had room to lean over.
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