Opened in 1930, Cambridge Theatre is a West End theatre located in London’s Earlham Street. It is one of the newest and youngest additions to the theatre scene in London with opulent interiors and a glamorous set of stages. The theatre boasts of a seating capacity of over 1,200 people across its three levels and has several notable productions to its name including musicals and plays.

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About Cambridge Theatre

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  • Cambridge Theatre can seat 1,242 people at any given time. The seating arrangement is divided into three different sections - 503 Stalls, 444 Upper Circle, and 295 Dress Circle.
  • The first two to three rows in the Upper Circle and the Dress Circle offer excellent views of the stage as well as the theatre. The Stalls, without a doubt, offer the best views of the stage and should be the ones you book for an immersive experience. 
  • The Cambridge Theatre Seating Plan will help you find the best seats in the theatre.

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  • Bus: Board bus numbers 14, 19, 24, 38, or 176 and get off at Charing Cross Road or Shaftesbury Avenue. The theatre is a 5-minute walk from both locations.
  • Train: Take a train to Charing Cross rail station. The theatre is a 15-minute walk from the station.
  • Tube: Take a tube to Covent Garden or Leicester Square from the Piccadilly Line. Cambridge Theatre is a 5-minute walk from both underground stations.
  • Car: You can also take a taxi or drive down to the theatre if you have a car.
  • Parking: Car parking facilities are available in Chinatown and Covent Garden. The daily congestion charges apply.

Frequently Asked Questions About Cambridge Theatre

Where is Cambridge Theatre located?

Cambridge Theatre is located on a corner site in London’s Earlham Street facing Seven Dials.

How can I reach Cambridge Theatre?

You can reach Cambridge Theatre via train, bus, tube, or car.

What are the different types of shows and productions that are staged at Cambridge Theatre?

Cambridge Theatre has staged several productions including musicals, ballet, plays, and operas. A few notable ones include Masquerade, A Night In Venice, Billy Liar, Half A Sixpence, and Matilda among others.

What are the seating options available at Cambridge Theatre?

There are three seating sections available - Stall, Dress Circle, and Upper Circle. Stalls offer the best views of the stage while the other two offer excellent views of the stage as well as the theatre.

Is Cambridge Theatre accessible to people with disabilities?

Yes. Cambridge Theatre is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

How much do the Cambridge Theatre tickets cost?

The price of the tickets depends on the show that you choose to watch and the timing of the same.

Where can I book my Cambridge Theatre tickets?

You can book your tickets to shows playing at the Cambridge Theatre online at London Theatre Tickets. You will get the best deals and discounts and all the information you need at your fingertips.

Are there any dining options available near Cambridge Theatre?

Yes. There are quite a few dining options available near Cambridge Theatre such as The Ivy, Masala Zone Covent Garden, The Escapologist Bar London, Hawksmoor Seven Dials, and more.

What are some of the things to do or attractions to explore near Cambridge Theatre?

There are quite a few attractions near Cambridge Theatre that you can explore before you go for a show. Some of these include Trafalgar Square, London Eye, The British Museum, Neal’s Yard, and Ambassadors Theatre.

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