Located on The Broadway, the New Wimbledon Theatre is one of the oldest and most fascinating theatres in London. Opened to the public in 1910 and renovated twice, in 1991 and 1998, the venue exhibits a delightful baroque and Adamesque architecture. Featuring a capacity of 1670 seats divided across three levels, the New Wimbledon Theatre has a long history of hosting many widely-acclaimed performances, such as Half a Sixpence, The Sound of Music or Jesus Christ Superstar.
Seeing as the New Wimbledon Theatre is conveniently situated on The Broadway, patrons can easily get there by all means of transportation.
By train and tube: The venue is located within a 7-minute walk from the Wimbledon station, which serves both train and tube connections (District line).
By bus: Bus travellers will be pleased to learn that the venue is right next to the Wimbledon Theatre bus stop Y, which serves the bus routes 57, 93, 131 and 219. The Wimbledon bus station, serving the routes 57, 93, 131, 156, 163, 164, 200, 219 and N87, is only a 3-minute walk from the theatre.
By car: The New Wimbledon Theatre is very easily accessible by car, as it is located right by The Broadway/A219 main route.
International: In the eventuality that you come to London by plane, you should know that the New Wimbledon Theatre is a 39-minute drive from the Heathrow International Airport via A3 and M25. Alternatively, you could embark on the Heathrow Express tube line.
Guests of the venue can leave their cars at The Broadway Car Park, a modern facility which offers plenty of spots for Blue Badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The New Wimbledon Theatre is accessible for individuals with disabilities, as it includes amenities like accessible toilets and elevator, wheelchair spaces and street-level access. Furthermore, guests can go in accompanied by guide dogs.