Ticket Types


Available for selected shows, Premium seats are the very best seats in which to see the show. Premium seats are limited and sell quickly.


These are the best seats in the venue (after Premium, if Premium seating applies). A Reserve seats are not sight obstructed and offer the best vantage point for seeing the show.


These are the second best seats in the venue. B Reserve seats may have slight sightline obstructions that do not affect your view of the action.


A limited number of seats are available in this price category. These seats are not the best seats in the venue, and are often at the back or to the very sides of the venue. They may have some sight or sound restrictions.


These are the lowest priced seats in the theatre and will have restricted sightlines and/or sound issues.


There are no reserved seats and seating is on a “first come, first served” basis. It is highly recommended you arrive 30 minutes early to ensure the best choice of seating. Some GA events are standing. Please see the event pages for more information.

Wheelchair Seating

It is essential that you advise Ticketmaster at the time of booking if you have any special seating requirements, including wheelchair and/or companion seating. All venues have an allocated wheelchair area but availability is limited.

All wheelchair seating is sold at the lowest non-restricted view price, even if located in a higher reserve area. If you require a free companion seat, please contact Ticketmaster on 0800 120 071.

Seating Requests

If you have a particular seating request we advise you to phone through your booking and discuss your requirements with a Ticketmaster customer service representative.