Where are the seats in the Phoenix Theatre?

Row S13 is set slightly behind the main entrance door, rather a nice private feel, the monkey felt. Row A has a lot less legroom – those over 5ft 4 will be cramped in the end 2 seats, everyone over 5ft 6 in the rest of the row. K 1 and 28 have about 50% of the seat with nothing in front – stretching space for one leg on the aisle side of the seat.

Is there a day seat finder for theatre monkey?

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How much does it cost to get tickets to Phoenix Theatre?

Ambassador Theatre Group, the theatre group’s own website provide the service for this theatre. A £3.65 per transaction (not per ticket) fee is made. Ticket agencies offer an alternative way to buy tickets, with booking fees differing from those charged by the theatre box office itself.

Is the theatre monkey a registered trade mark?

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Which is the largest bar in the Phoenix Theatre?

There are four bars within the Phoenix Theatre – the Foyer Bar, Gertrude Lawrence Bar, Noel Coward Bar and Upper Circle Bar. The Foyer Bar is the largest and has step free access from the ground level so is recommended for patrons with disabilities.

Where is the cloakroom at the Phoenix Theatre?

The Phoenix Theatre has a cloakroom just inside the main entrance. Coats and small suitcases can be stored, although this is based on availability and the discretion of staff. Once left, patrons cannot exit the building until collecting their items as they cannot be stored after the performance.

When does the Phoenix Theatre open in London?

The Phoenix Theatre can be hired on weekdays without matinee performances from 10am to 4pm, as well as all day on Sundays. With a range of bars and a large ornate auditorium, it is perfect for all sizes of events, filming and photography.