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Jonathan Pie: Heroes & Villains

Duke of York's Theatre

St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4BG 0333 009 6690

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Ends 27th April 2024.

A scathing attack on people in charge, celebrating the best and worst of UK people in a stand up comedy show starring Jonathan Pie.

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Duke of York's Theatre Value seating plan

STALLS: The front row is fourth price and worth grabbing. Without premium seats, central stalls from C to J are probably best bet for seeing over heads in front, as BB to B are not offset so well as rows further back. Some bargain second price ends of rows on D to G (and a single on H) are also worth taking. 

Prices drop at S, so take it over R for the same view, cheaper, if you can't get the aisles seats further forward at the same bananas. Likewise row U at third price is worth it for the long-legged compared to the upper circle. The shorter will see better from the upper circle, however.

DRESS CIRCLE: No premium seats, so go as central as you wish, perhaps missing A if you need legroom. Ends of B, C and F are second price. Take F 1 and 19 for legroom, C 3 and 22 if wanting to be closer and willing to lean in.

UPPER CIRCLE: Central A to C are third price. The short will see more from here than stalls row U for the same bananas. Anyone else will be cramped - particularly in row A. Take outer ends of rows B to F at bottom price, decent value, before the more expensive central seats. The view is not that bad if it saves you a fiver and you are willing to accept the limitations.

The monkey advises checking performance times on your tickets and that performances are happening as scheduled, before travelling.

Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm


Theatres use "dynamic pricing." Seat prices change according to demand for a particular performance. Prices below were compiled as booking originally opened. Current prices are advised at time of enquiry.


Duke of York's Theatre Price seating plan
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