Cambridge Theatre

Cambridge Theatre

The Cambridge theatre is a wedge of a show house.

Location: Earlham Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9HU

Description: The quirky Cambridge Theatre is a West End theatre, on a triangular corner plot on Earlham Street in the Seven Dials part of Covent Garden.

It opened on the 4th September 1930 with a Review called 'Charlot's Masquerade' by Ronald Jeans.

Refurbished in 1950, this 1930 built Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie designed theatre is a classy smaller theatre.

Inside the circular foyer and up the stairs spectacular bronze friezes by Anthony Gibbons Grinling depict nude figures in exercise poses are a sight to behold.

Recent productions include Grease, Great Balls of Fire, The Beautiful Game, Fame, Our House, Jerry Springer: The Opera,
Dancing in the Streets, Chicago (20062011) and Matilda the Musical (2011-to date).

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Cambridge Theatre

The Cambridge theatre is a wedge of a show house.

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