Cervantes Theatre



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Management


Artistic director: Jorge De Juan

Theatres


Cervantes Theatre - seats 75

Telephone


No telephone contact numbers available.


Email


Access: Send Mail

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Box office: Send Mail

Location


Address:
Old Union Arches
229 Union Street
London SE1 0LR

Council: Southwark

Region: London

Location map for Cervantes Theatre

Transport


Tube:
Southwark (Jubilee)
Waterloo (Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo)

Train:
Waterloo
waterloo East

Buses:

Stop:

Southwark Station


Day no:
45, 63, 100


Night no:
N63, N89

About Cervantes Theatre


The Cervantes Theatre opened its doors in November 2016.


It is the proud creation of the Spanish Theatre Company (STC), a charity which aims to bring the best Spanish and Latin American theatre to London and to British audiences, thereby promoting Spanish language dramatic arts.


The theatre stages a combination of STC productions and performances of Spanish and Latin American plays from other theatre companies.


Access information


General

At the Cervantes Theatre, they try to ensure that everyone has the best experience possible and therefore have taken access requirements into consideration.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.


Click the image below to go there.


Access link for this theatre


Wheelchair access

Despite the theatre being based on two levels, the stage is on the ground floor, making access easy for wheelchair users.


There is also an accessible toilet on the ground floor near the entrance.


When booking tickets for a production, email: info@cervantestheatre.com and mention that you require a wheelchair space in the auditorium.


Current shows


We don't have any shows listed.

Upcoming shows


Ay, Carmela! (in Spanish)

Carmela y Paulino son una pareja de actores que cruzan por error la línea que separa a los dos bandos contrincantes de la última Guerra civil española.

Previews from: Monday 24 September 2018
Closes: Wednesday 10 October 2018

Ay, Carmela! (in English)

Carmela and Paulino are a couple of travelling entertainers who mistakenly cross the border that separates the two opposing sides of the last Spanish Civil War.

Previews from: Thursday 27 September 2018
Closes: Saturday 13 October 2018

Keep on Walking Federico

Mark is struggling. Work, relationships, going grey. Add to that, he can't even get his head around Snapchat. Then a letter arrives. Mark has no choice but to leave … with no idea if he'll ever come back.

Previews from: Thursday 18 October 2018
Closes: Sunday 21 October 2018

Yerma (in Spanish)

The presentation of Lorca's magnificent Rural Trilogy at the Cervantes Theatre ends with Yerma, "a tragic poem" of a woman with a desperate desire for motherhood, who under the pressures of social convention, is driven to commit a horrific crime.

Previews from: Monday 29 October 2018
Closes: Wednesday 28 November 2018

Yerma (in English)

The presentation of Lorca's magnificent Rural Trilogy at the Cervantes Theatre ends with Yerma, "a tragic poem" of a woman with a desperate desire for motherhood, who under the pressures of social convention, is driven to commit a horrific crime.

Previews from: Thursday 8 November 2018
Closes: Saturday 1 December 2018


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