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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Earlham Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9HU
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The Cambridge Theatre
Earlham StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2H 9HU
- +44 (0)20 7494 5081
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- Closest tube station is Covent Garden or Leicester Square.
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- Raked or tiered seating offered
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
This is one of my favorite theatres that I've been in...in both London and NYC.
Since it was built in 1930, the Art Deco interiors are absolutely stunning. The moment you walk in through the front doors, you are able to see an Art Deco frieze...and every detail inside is exquisitely designed, from floor to ceiling.
There is plenty of leg room in the stalls...far more room than most...more
Went to see a show here last night, and really loved the vibe. A smaller theatre, yet still has the qualities of any high-end venue. You can see from essentially any spot, which is good for an upper circle junkie like me. Not to mention the Cambridge is located in Seven Dials, which is a must visit area for anyone staying in London.more
My only real complaint about this theater is that they make you wait quite a while before they let you in...even to just go into the bar/waiting area and instead you have to stand around waiting to be let in. The actual theater though is very beautiful and the bar area is lovely as well. I just saw Matilda there (which would get a 5 star if I were rating it) and the set was incredible as was...more
I loved Chicago! This stage is super tiny. When I first saw it, I thought "Hmm... What the heck can you do on that stage...??" I guess it was the same mentality as checking out an empty apartment before moving in. You don't think a lot of crap can fit in it until you see it all moved in. Anyway - the show was amazing. They made use of every single bit of the stage. The orchestra was actually...more