A clean-lined, airy theatre designed with an eye to modernity in 1930 by Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie, the Cambridge Theatre originally alternated theatre with opera, ballet and film. Audiences particularly enjoy the very fine foyer with its frieze of naked athletes on the wall immediately beneath the dome and the graceful curves of the light auditorium. More information
Cambridge Theatre Access and Facilities
Cambridge Theatre, Earlham Street, London, WC29HU
- Theatre facilities for disabled access
- Occasional sign-language performances, Guide dogs allowed but not in auditorium.
- Tube: Covent Garden
- Taxi: Walk up to Charing Cross Road to hail a passing cab if you can’t get one at Seven Dials
- Buses passing nearby 1, 14, 19, 22, 29, 34, 55, 176
- Westminter City Council car park at Cambridge Circus. NCP at St Martin’s Lane.
- Theatre facilities for the hard of hearing
- Theatre Bars – 3: Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle.
- Concessions – Ice Cream, confectionery and programmes
- Theatre Toilets – Stalls: Ladies and Gents and unisex disabled. Dress Circle: Ladies and Gents. Upper Circle: Ladies and Gents
Future, current and past productions at the Cambridge Theatre
Matilda the Musical, Chicago, Dancing in the Streets, Something Wicked this Way Comes, Jerry Springer – The Opera, Our House, Fame, The Beautiful Game, Great Balls of Fire, Grease,