Matilda

Matilda The Musical

matilda theatre packages in london
Matilda the musical – Cambridge Theatre, London

Winner of five Best Musical awards and with 5 star reviews, in Stratford-upon-Avon and London, Matilda the musicalĀ  is a MUST-SEE: a hilarious and terrifically staged production.

Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald Dahl, with original songs from comedian Tim Minchin, Matilda is the captivating new musical masterpiece from the RSC that revels in the anarchy of childhood, the power of imagination and the inspiring story of a girl who dares to change her destiny.

Matilda The Musical music and lyrics by award-winning musician and comedian Tim Minchin are current, naughty and instantly memorable.

Matilda The Musical Theatre Packages

Nearest Hotel: The excellent Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel is opposite. You can stay in other hotels but you will leave the theatre thinking “Oh I wish we were staying there!” It is 4 star and quite expensive but look out for it when booking – you might be able to stretch to it.

If it is full then look at the Kingsway Hall, if it is too expensive then think about the St Giles or the Strand Palace: all are walking distance.

Look for hotels in Bayswater or Kensington if walking to the theatre isn’t important – even with having to buy a tube or bus ticket they still save you money.

If you are coming down to London in a bigger group then stay at the Holiday Inn Kings Cross. A lovely big hotel with great facilities and rooms for families of up to 2 adults and 2 children.

Theatre: Cambridge Theatre
Address: Seven Dials, London
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square / Covent Garden on the Piccadilly Line

Matilda Performance Times

  • Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 14.30pm, Sunday 15:00pm
  • Evenings: Tuesdays 19:00pm, Wednesday to Saturday 19:30pm
  • Running Time:2 hours 40 minutes

 
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3 Comments


  1. I agree – it’s brilliant. Can’t wait to see it again when it comes to London.



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