One of the youngest and most attractive theatres in the West End, having opened in 1930 with interior decoration by Serge Chemayeff of Waring and Gillow.
These were completely restored under the supervision of Carl Toms in 1986.
The theatre opened on 4 September1930, built by its first manager B A Meyer, to designs by architects Wimperis Simpson and Guthrie. Constructed by Gee Walker and Slater Ltd, the interior decoration was by Serge Chemayeff of Waring and Gillow. The first production was André Charlot’s revue...
The nearest underground stations are Covent Garden (Piccadilly line) and Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern lines).
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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.
For Matilda The Musical
Phone Number0844 412 4652†
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The Cambridge Theatre is ideal for large-scale conferences and presentations, as well as meetings, training days and receptions. The main auditorium seats over 1,200 guests, and a private suite is perfect for smaller events, both standing or seated. The theatre is centrally located, close to Covent Garden underground station.Find out more
Following the installation of 8 brand new ladies toilets in 2013, the Cambridge theatre has continued to receive internal renovations this year with works going ahead to upgrade the Stalls bar located in the basement of the theatre. Renovations took place during August, a very busy time of the year for the theatre with additional matinees for the school summer holidays, works therefore had to be scheduled around numerous performances and company rehearsals.Find out more