The Lyttelton is a traditional proscenium arch theatre with seating for 890 people on two levels: Stalls and Circle. The box office for the Lyttelton is on the ground floor and opens an hour and a half before performances.
Lyttelton Cloakroom: Ground Floor
The Lyttelton Cloakroom is in the Lyttelton Stalls Foyer, opposite the main lifts.
Lyttelton Stalls Foyer: Ground Floor
There's flat access from the foyer to the back of the Lyttelton Stalls (row V). The Lyttelton Café and Long Bar are both on this level and the entrance to the Espresso Bar is three steps up from the foyer. Before evening and Saturday matinee performances, free live music is played in the Djanogly Concert Pitch opposite the Long Bar. An accessible toilet and phones are also located on this level.
Lyttelton Stalls Seating: Ground Floor
There's flat access from the ground floor foyer to the back of the Lyttelton Stalls, and four wheelchair accessible spaces, via doors on either side of the Long Bar. All other rows are accessible by steps (15 steps down to row A at the front). There's an accessible toilet next to the Stalls entrance, to the right of the Long Bar.
Lyttelton Circle Foyer:
From the Ground Floor take 22 stairs or the glass lift (80cm/31.5” wide) opposite the Long Bar. There's an exhibition area, a bar and seating in the Lyttelton Circle Foyer, plus flat access to Mezzanine restaurant where there's an accessible toilet. The Richardson and Gielgud Rooms (for private functions) are also on this level.
Lyttelton Circle Seating:
The Lyttelton Circle Foyer can be reached via 22 stairs or the glass lift (80cm/31.5” wide) opposite the Long Bar. There are five steps down from the foyer to the Circle seats. There are two steps up to row A at the front and 25 steps to row J at the back. The Circle is quite steep and has handrails on both aisles.