The Lyttelton Theatre is part of the impressive National Theatre complex on London’s South Bank with the BFI and Southbank Centre next door. It is an exciting destination and inside is a masterpiece of acoustic excellence with no pillars or posts to impede your view of the stage, unlike many West End venues. With a capacity of 894, it is the smaller space in the National Theatre so audiences can really immerse themselves in performances with every seat feeling particularly close to the stage. With repertoire’s, short runs and one-off productions on the programme, the Lyttelton Theatre is London theatre at its very best. Situated right on the banks of the Thames, it has several top tourist attractions nearby including the Sea Life Centre, London Eye and London Dungeon.