The Cambridge Theatre opened in 1930 and features interior detail by the renowned designer Serge Chemayeff of Waring and Gillow. The interior was restored in 1986. Set in the heart of Covent Garden the theatre is a short walk from the famous Covent Garden market and piazza, the Royal Opera House and a variety of shops, restaurants and cafés. If you are celebrating a special occasion or entertaining guests why not take advantage of our own in house hospitality by organising a VIP Experience to make your visit even more special.
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The Cambridge Theatre
Earlham StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2H 9HU
- +44 (0)20 7494 5081
- Event Facilities
- Raked or tiered seating offered
I'm not a big fan of musicals, and long running shows usually turn me off. That is exactly why I was so surprised and exhilarated to be at this great show: Matilda. Roald Dahl's story is funny, moving, surprising and engaging. The stage is beautiful, the actors brilliant and the music contagious. Not to be missed!more
I'm lucky to live in London. The West End has one of the best theatre scenes in the world. My favourites include Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables, both of which I've seen quite a few times
However, my current favourite musical is Matilda, showing at the Cambridge theatre. It had quite an unusual history. When I heard that the Royal Shakespeare Company was doing a musical rendition of...more
I came here to watch Matilda!! (what else eh? :D). As it was a film which stemmed from my childhood, I was rather sceptical as to how they would go about reenacting certain scenes like with the floating chalk, etc. Howeverrrrr wow! Just WOW!
This is defo the musical to watch. There were colours everywhere and wow the scenery was just simply amazing!! I was so very tempted to take out my...more
Saw Matilda here, which was a great show, but the seats at the aisle, second row (B21/22), are terrible. They were full price and said nothing about restrictions, yet a large portion of the stage on our side was invisible to us due to the set. Couldn't see what was happening on the ground either due to the height of the stage. The lack of height difference in stalls also made it hard to see...more
Does this have anything to do with the song "Fat Bottomed Girls"? That's by Queen and they're from England, right?
The reason I think there might be a correlation is because the seats at this theater are huge (compared to seats at Broadway theaters in NYC). They are really roomy with plenty of space for legs, hips, thighs, etc.
I had stalls seats and it was super easy to get into and out...more