Getting there

Seven Dials
32-34 Earlham Street
London
WC2 9HU

The Cambridge Theatre is situated just off Cambridge Circus in the quiet yet charming Seven Dials area. The theatre is right in the heart of London’s West End theatre district and is surround by popular tourist spots as well as many shops, restaurants and bars. There are many transportation links nearby, with plenty of bus stops and tube stations within easy walking distance to the theatre. It is always advisable to check the Travel for London website before making a journey on public transport in the city.

Rail


Charing Cross is the nearest National Rail station to the Cambridge Theatre and connects the area with many big places south of the river, including both Waterloo and London Bridge stations, which provide major connections to other cities in the UK. For directions please see below:

Charing Cross (10 minutes) – head straight out of the station and cross over the road and continue straight, taking the first right off Duncannon St. Continue up and turn left down William IV street and then take an immediate right up St Martin’s Lane. Continue walking forward as the road becomes Monmouth Street. You will come to a roundabout with a monument. The theatre will be on your right hand side.

Tube


The nearest tube stations are Covent Garden(Piccadilly Line) and Leicester Square(Northern Line and Piccadilly) and both are under a five minute walk away.

Covent Garden (3 minutes):  Exit the station and head up Neal St. Cross Shelton St and then turn left onto Earlham Street. The theatre will be straight ahead of you.
Leicester Square (4 minutes):  Exit the station and head east down Cranbourn Street. Turn left onto Upper St Martin’s Lane and keep walking as the road joins Monmouth Street. The theatre will be on your left hand side.

Bus


The following buses stop along Charing Cross Road (less than 5 minutes from the theatre): 14, 19, 24, 38, 176

Car


The Cambridge Theatre is located within the London Congestion Charge Zone which applies weekdays from 7am until 6pm (not bank holidays) and costs £10 per day. If you drive in the Charge Zone without paying before or 1 day after your journey you will be fined.  If you are driving to the theatre after 6pm then you will not be charged.

Like most West End theatres, Cambridge Theatre is part of the Q-Park Scheme. The nearest Q Park is the 24hr Chinatown car park (20 Newport Place, WC2H 7PR). Here parking costs £18 for up to 3hrs, and £24 for 4hrs but theatregoers can save 50% if they have their ticket validated at the theatre. Ask Cambridge Theatre ushers for further details of where to get your ticket stamped.

Taxi


Black cabs can be hailed along the nearby Charing Cross Road. Alternatively there is a designated taxi rank outside Charing Cross National Rail Station, which is around a 10 minute walk away.