Sheldonian Theatre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Built in 1645 for Oxford University and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Sheldonian Theatre on Broad St is one of Oxford’s principal Attractions.

The theatre makes an impressive concert hall with a fine acoustic and great historic ambience which has been well preserved, including stunning 17th centuary ceiling frescos by Robert Streater.

There are 4 seating arrangements for today’s audiences. At £38 individual Chairs (unreserved) at front of theatre have a prime view and offer good comfort, At £28 Lower Gallery (reserved) have padded seats with backrests , £18 Semi-Circle (reserved) padded seats no backrest, £10 upper gallery (unreserved) wooden benches. You can bring a cushion if needed.

 

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