What part of London is the Cambridge Theatre?

Seven Dials
Location. The Cambridge Theatre is located in Seven Dials, near Covent Garden and Leicester Square. In the heart of the West End, there are many great shopping opportunities and places for pre and post-theatre dinner and drinks.

What station is Cambridge Theatre near?

Covent Garden
Getting to the Cambridge Theatre The nearest underground stations are Covent Garden (Piccadilly line) and Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern lines).

Does Cambridge have a theatre?

Cambridge Arts Theatre is one of the region’s liveliest and most exciting venues and hosts a varied programme of drama, dance, music, comedy and pantomime, as well as many shows prior to and direct from the West End. Find shows and book tickets for Cambridge Arts Theatre here!

How do I get from Victoria Station to Covent Garden?

The tube is generally the easiest way. Take the Victoria Line Northbound (light blue line) to Green park. From there take the Picadilly Line Eastbound (dark blue line) to Covent Garden. Failing that it’s a 40 min walk.

How long is Matilda the Musical?

2 hours and 35 minutes
How long is Matilda The Musical? Matilda The Musical’s running time is 2 hours and 35 minutes, including one interval. In a standard week, there are performances of the show at 7pm on Tuesdays-Fridays, 7.30pm on Saturdays, 2pm on Wednesdays, 2.30pm on Saturdays, and 3pm on Sundays.

What is the ADC Theatre in Cambridge?

The ADC Theatre is the centre of University drama in Cambridge, run almost entirely by students with no Faculty involvement. We aim to provide opportunities to experience and learn about all aspects of theatre, while presenting professional standard productions.

Where is Matilda the Musical?

the Cambridge Theatre
Where is Matilda The Musical playing? Matilda The Musical is currently playing at the Cambridge Theatre in London, near Covent Garden and Seven Dials.

Is Dress Circle or stalls better?

Sitting in the stalls always lets you see the expressions of the actors more and can be more personal. For a better view of the full stage you should opt for the dress circle.

What does band a mean in Theatre tickets?

This is why some theatres are so unsuited to ballet. Prices: Seat prices are referred to as “Band A,” “Band B” etc. “Band A” meaning Top Price (the most expensive), Second Price etc, down to Lowest Price for the cheapest seats.