The theatre has three different levels. At the very top we’ve got the Upper Circle, the mid level is the Circle, and the ground floor area is called the Stalls. Please see seating charts below.
For a standing show, the seats are taken out of the Stalls area. The tickets here are General Admission standing. For most shows, the first 100 or so people in through the doors for standing shows are given VIP wristbands to enter the front of stage pit area.
There are some restricted view tickets available for sale for all shows, these would have the view partially obstructed by a column, or would be to the far side of the auditorium. These tickets are often cheaper than full price tickets, and would be the last tickets available on the Ticketmaster system before a show sells out.
The Upper Circle is the highest level in the theatre, the seats there are unreserved so it is first come first served to have a choice of seats. Please note, depending on the show, some seats in the Upper Circle may be restricted view. We would recommend to get your pick of seats on the night that you come to the theatre early, the doors usually open at 7pm, subject to change as always.
It is not possible to buy tickets for the boxes at The Olympia Theatre, they are for the use of the guests of the artists, promoter & crew only.
Please note, we have recently installed brand new seating in the Stalls area. The layout on the ground floor Stalls area has therefore changed for every seated show. You can find an amazing timelapse video of the installation here, produced by Kerbute Productions.
The below is the Stalls map for all seated shows:
The below is the Circle map for all shows:
Upper Circle seating chart for all shows:
| Full seating chart in fully seated layout|
Full seating chart in partially standing layout