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  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: H, seat: 19
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Good view, steep stairs
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand circle, row: A, seat: 20
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Good view, need to lean forward slightly to see the very front of the stage.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: BB, seat: 22
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • anonymous 4 star other seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: D, seat: 9
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Couldn't see actors faces or any scenes at the front of the stage. Still enjoyable for cheap seats!
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: D, seat: 24
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    I’m 6ft 8 and had the aisle seat in the grand circle, so one leg had enough room, the other not so much, sitting through both parts was a struggle. rnrnCan’t complain about the view though, so if you are of average height I would recommend these seats.
  • anonymous
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: C, seat: 26
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress circle, row: C, seat: 26
    Harry Potter and the cursed child
  • anonymous 2 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: R, seat: 19
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Very unlucky if you are not tall and a tall person sits in front of you... There is no gradient and seat positioning is bad. I saw Part I from the Dress Circle and though it's further from the stage, the view there was much better.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress Circle, row: H, seat: 24
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    I saw Part II in the Stalls and prefer the Dress Circle. Due to the gradient and the positioning of the seats, even if there was a tall person in front of me, I could see relatively well. Not the case with the Stalls.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: B, seat: 22-23
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great seats fantastic view !
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: A, seat: 10
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Good seat. Limited legroom. Gotta learn forward to watch but I could really enjoy the whole show and see the entire stage.
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End) , section: Grand Circle, row: B, seat: 21
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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  • anonymous 3 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: I, seat: 19
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Seat comfortable, le room good. But for a seat so close to the front I expected more of an incline to the stalls. I am 5’8” and spent a great portion of the play with my head crooked to one side, in order to see past the mans head infront.
  • anonymous
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Dress circle, row: F, seat: 30
  • anonymous
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: GRAND CIRCLE, row: G, seat: 23
  • 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?!
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