The Queen's Theatre is a vibrant producing theatre in the London Borough of Havering, serving East London, Essex and beyond. As a registered charity and the cultural hub of the region, over 200,000 people enjoy the Theatre's work every year, from the best in live entertainment to an inspiring Education and Outreach programme.
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Address: Queen's Theatre
Take the District Line to Hornchurch, approximately 50 minutes from Embankment, or 25 minutes from Mile End (on the Central Line). At Hornchurch turn LEFT out of the station. Either take a five minute taxi ride to the theatre (a taxi rank is immediately outside the station), or any Hornchurch bound bus (two stops to the High Street). Alternatively you can walk along Station Lane, turn LEFT into the High Street, then RIGHT into North Street and the theatre is about 100 yards on the left. The total walking time is around 15 minutes from the station.
The 165, 256, 370 stop outside the Stage Door in North Street.
The 193, 248, 252, and 372 stop near Sainsbury's in Hornchurch.
The Queen's Theatre is within easy reach of M25, A12, A13 and A127
Upminster: 1.4 miles – 5 mins drive
Romford: 2 miles – 10 mins drive
Ilford: 7.1 miles - 28 mins drive
Barking: 7.3 miles – 30 mins
Brentwood: 8.7 miles – 25 mins drive
Chelmsford: 18.7 miles – 44 mins drive
Southend: 25 miles – 44 mins
There is a large car park next to the Theatre FREE AFTER 6PM. (Charges apply from 7am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday).
There are three parking spaces reserved for Blue Badge holders at the front of the building and a ramp gives wheelchair access from street level to the Box Office and auditorium. Click here for building access information
Box Office Induction Loop: turn hearing aids to the "T" position Auditorium Infra-red Transmission: a headset or necklace is required from the Box Office, please mention when booking
Sign Language Interpreted performances: for BSL (British Sign Language) users for all Queen's Theatre cut to the chase... productions. Please ask the Box Office when booking for the best view of the interpreter.
Blind and visually-impaired patrons
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome
Audio Described performances: for Blind and partially sighted patrons to enjoy the action as it happens on stage, whilst ensuring that there is never an intrusion into the dialogue or song being performed. Headsets are available from Box Office, please mention when booking