Cambridge Theatre

DISABLED ACCESS

Bookings for disabled patrons of the Cambridge Theatre are handled by the Access Team at See Tickets:

Tel: 020 7087 7966
Email: access@seetickets.com

Access into the Cambridge Theatre:
No steps to the foyer through 2 sets of double swing doors. Box office counter on right. Staircases between levels have 2 handrails and steps are highlighted. 5 steps down from the main foyer to the Stalls, 31 up to the back of the Royal Circle (2 steps between rows). Over 60 steps up to the Upper Circle. Theatre opens 45 minutes before the performance.

Wheelchair access
Please contact the Theatre Manager on arrival.
Entrance to the foyer through 2 sets of double swing doors. Entrance into the Stalls corridor through the third double EXIT door on Earlham Street. From here there is a slight slope down into the stalls, to 2 spaces for wheelchair users at N1 and N34. Transfer seats for up to 4 wheelchair users and 2 scooter users. The wheelchairs and scooters can be stored and will be retrieved by an usher.
Disabled toilets
Adapted toilet in the Stalls corridor.
Toilets
Women’s and men’s at the back of the Stalls. At the Royal Circle, the men’s is level from the bar and the women’s is up 3 steps.
Leg room
Aisle seats, seats J1 and J8 and Box A (3 steps up) have the most leg room.
Drinks
Drinks may be brought to disabled customers in the auditorium. Stalls bar down 22 steps. Royal Circle bar 31 steps from the foyer, another bar in Upper Circle.
Induction loop
Infra-red system with 8 headsets. Induction loop at the Box Office. Headsets available in foyer.
Parking
NCP Shelton Street. Meters in Earlham Street (11 spaces) and Mercer Street (2 spaces).
Access dogs
Access dogs are allowed inside the auditorium. Staff can also dog-sit for four dogs per performance in the Manager’s office.

Box Office

For Matilda The Musical

Online

Phone Number

020 7087 7745

† Calls are charged at 7p per minute plus standard network rates

Detail from Cambridge Theatre Foyer

Our History

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1930

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Opened by Bertie Meyer with André Charlot’s revue Masquerade starring Beatrice Lillie.

Opened by Bertie Meyer with André Charlot’s revue Masquerade starring Beatrice Lillie.

1955

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William Douglas Home’s The Reluctant Debutante enjoyed a long run.

William Douglas Home’s The Reluctant Debutante enjoyed a long run.

1960

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Billy Liar by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall began a two year run.

Billy Liar by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall began a two year run.

1963

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Tommy Steele starred in Harold Fielding’s production of Half a Sixpence.

Tommy Steele starred in Harold Fielding’s production of Half a Sixpence.

1977

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The original London production of Kander and Ebb’s Chicago opened.

The original London production of Kander and Ebb’s Chicago opened.

1987

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Peter Pan – The Musical starred Lulu as Peter and George Cole as Captain Hook.

Peter Pan – The Musical starred Lulu as Peter and George Cole as Captain Hook.

1989

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Bob Carlton’s Olivier Award winning musical Return to the Forbidden Planet began a three year run.

Bob Carlton’s Olivier Award winning musical Return to the Forbidden Planet began a three year run.

1995

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The first ever stage production of Fame – The Musical opened.

The first ever stage production of Fame – The Musical opened.

2000

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The world premiere of The Beautiful Game by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton.

The world premiere of The Beautiful Game by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ben Elton.

2003

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Jerry Springer – The Opera transferred from The National Theatre.

Jerry Springer – The Opera transferred from The National Theatre.

2012

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The Royal Shakespeare Company’s musical production of Roald Dahl’s Matilda began its current sell-out run.

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s musical production of Roald Dahl’s Matilda began its current sell-out run.
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