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Matilda The Musical
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Cambridge Theatre

Cambridge Theatre
32-34 Earlham Street
London
London
WC2H 9HU

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(5mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head left 100 metres to a small roundabout where the theatre can be seen.

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Address:
Cambridge Theatre
Earlham Street
London
WC2H 9HU

Nearest Underground/Tube Station:
Leicester Square and Covent Garden

Nearest British Rail station:
Charing Cross

Access/ How to Get There
At its location on Earlham Street in London, it is in close proximity to various other theatres that make up the vibrant West End district of London. As such, it is found near the roundabout that links Earlham Street to Monmouth Road, Mercer Street, Upper St Martin’s Lane and Shorts Gardens. Its position leaves it near to locations such as St. Martin’s Theatre (and as a result “The Mousetrap”), the Arts Theatre and other London theatres such as the Donmar Warehouse and the Royal Opera House. The West End features a host of venues in close proximity to each other and this is one of the ways in which it is world famous.

The nearest tube station is Covent Garden, though there are also stops nearby such as Leicester Square and, though a little further, Tottenham Court Road. So there is easy access for those travelling via the London Underground. Meanwhile, those arriving by train will find the nearest station takes the form of Charing Cross.

Meanwhile, for those travelling via the road, there are various bus services that operate in the area, whilst the theatre is part of the Theatreland Parking Scheme, providing discount prices for theatregoers, who should check the Transport for London website in advance.
Disabled toilets are available within the building, in addition to spaces in the stalls for wheelchair users. However, wheelchair users will need to be accompanied by a non-wheelchair bound companion during their visit.

For those who are hard of hearing, there are headsets available, whilst guide dogs are permitted for blind visitors.