There is quite a difference in price in the seats in the Adelphi: the cheapest are priced at £25.00, whilst the most expensive will cost you £95.00. There is obviously a huge amount of difference between these costs, which correlates to the quality of view and experience that the seat provides.
The best seats in the theatre are situated in the centre of the stalls in rows J, K, L and M and in the centre front of the dress circle in rows B, C, and D. These will all cost you £95.00 but will give you a spectacular experience visually and sonically. However, there are not many of these, so it may be difficult to secure one.
The second best tickets cost £67.50 compromise the majority of the stalls and the dress circle. In the dress circle they count for pretty much the entirety of it, excluding the highest price seats, as well as row P and the end few seats on rows A – E on stage left and A – G on stage right. In the stalls they count for all seats between rows B and S excluding the highest priced seats and some seats on the edges of rows B – E.
Seats priced at £62.50 can be found in parts of Row A of the stalls as well as Rows T – V and most of Row W.
Seats priced at £55.00 can be found in the stalls at the edges of Rows A – E, in all of Row X, and in some of Row W. They are also in the Dress Circle at the edges of Rows A- E on stage left and Rows A – G on stage right.
Seats priced at £47.50 can be found in the middle of rows B – H in the Upper Circle.
Surrounding these are the seats which cost £37.50. They compromise all of row A in the upper circle and flank the seating band above on either side.
Seats for £32.50 are found in rows J – M of the Upper Circle, as well as on the last few seats stage right of rows B – F. B3 and D5 are also this price.
The cheapest seats are £25.00 and are right at the back of the Upper Circle in rows N – O.