Cambridge Theatre

Cambridge Theatre
Venue Hire

The Cambridge Theatre is ideal for large-scale conferences and presentations, as well as meetings, training days and receptions. The main auditorium seats over 1,200 guests, and a private suite is perfect for smaller events, both standing or seated. The theatre is centrally located, close to Covent Garden underground station. 

With its 1930s interior, The Cambridge Theatre is an elegant, comfortable setting for a range of business events. The main auditorium seats over 1,200 guests, while a separate Cambridge Suite can accommodate 14 in boardroom style, or 50 for a standing reception.

Whether you’re holding formal presentations, intimate receptions, meetings or training days, you want to get you business message across effectively and professionally. Our technical staff can help you make a lasting impression on employees, guests or customers. However you want your event to run, our experienced hospitality staff will ensure it does so like clockwork.

The Cambridge Theatre has all the facilities and support staff you need to give your guests an unforgettable experience.

WHY HERE?
Unlike hotel meeting rooms or conference centres, the Cambridge Theatre is purpose-built for audiences to enjoy what they see and hear. If you want to give your event the best possible chance to make the best possible impression, talk to the experts. 

For information on large conferences and seminars of 120 delegates or more, please contact our Theatre Hiring Department on 0207 557 7300

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Detail from Cambridge Theatre Foyer

The Cambridge Suite at the Cambridge Theatre is ideal for meetings, presentations and training days or more intimate receptions.

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Seated Boardroom: 14
 
Room only Day Hire (10am-5pm):
£350.00 + VAT

Day Hire of the Cambridge Suite excludes Wednesday, Saturday and Sundays.
Hiring outside of these times can be quoted upon enquiry.
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Did you know…

Peter Pan – The Musical starring Lulu as Peter and George Cole as Captain Hook opened at the Cambridge Theatre in 1987

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The arched and stepped ceiling of the auditorium originally housed a phased house lighting system as part of the art deco design.

Today’s dark paint finish focuses audience attention on to the stage rather than the original sunburst plasterwork on the box fronts. There are 1,500 seats across the three levels – Stalls, Royal Circle and Grand Circle.

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Capacity: 1,500
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