Located on Earlham Street, in the London Borough of Camden, the Cambridge Theatre is a top-notch venue for theatrical performances dating back to 1930. Designed by the architects Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie, this stylish and elegant building is famous for its unusual triangular shape. Renovated and refurbished two times, in 1950 and 1987, the Cambridge Theatre currently features a capacity of 1231 visitors. Some of the most famous productions staged here include “Half a Sixpence”, “Grease” and “Jerry Springer – The Opera”.
Due to its convenient location in the London Borough of Camden, the Cambridge Theatre can be accessed by train, tube, car and bus.
By train and tube: The Cambridge Theatre is a ten-minute walk from the Piccadilly Circus Station, which serves both trains and the tube lines Bakerloo and Piccadilly.
By bus: This iconic theatre is only a two-minute walk from the Cambridge Circus bus stop B, serving the routes 14, 19, 38, N5, N19, N20, N38 and N41.
By car: To find the Cambridge Theatre by car, look for the main road Shaftesbury Ave/A401 and the Seven Dials roundabout.
International: Visitors from other countries should know that it takes more or less 39 minutes to drive from the London City Airport to the Cambridge Theatre. Another option for international travellers is boarding the DLR tube from the airport.
While the Cambridge Theatre doesn’t have a private parking, the Q-Park Chinatown facility is within a five-minute walking distance and has a lot of car spots for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
Facilities for people with disabilities provided by the Cambridge Theatre include street level access, handrails, wheelchair spaces, accessible toilet and infra-red system with eight headsets for those with hearing disabilities. Furthermore, the entry of guide dogs and personal caretakers is allowed free of charge.