Noel Coward Theatre, London

When I went: 16 March 2015, 4 April 2016, 23 January 2017

Shows seen there: Shakespeare in Love, Mrs Henderson PresentsHalf a Sixpence

Size: Medium

Typical price: Fairly reasonable (up to around £60 for good stalls seats)

Special points: Popular plays

Where to eat beforehand: Les Deux SalonsJ Sheekey

Comments:

The Noel Coward is very close to Charing Cross and Leicester Square and has hosted several popular plays including Enron, Death of a Salesman and A Christmas Carol. Ticket prices tend to be fairly reasonable by London standards.

In the stalls, the seats aren’t raked much at all, which can be a problem if you are sitting behind a tall person, but there is a good amount of legroom (although the seats are narrow).

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