Coming Soon in 2021! - As theatres reopen, we're excited to join the buzz and are excited to announce that we have offers on tickets to Matilda The Musical packaged alongside a stay in one of London's top hotels.
The cast of Roald Dahl's, Matilda The Musical cannot wait to welcome you back to the Cambridge Theatre. Award-winning Matilda is one for all the family, this fun-filled musical will have you on the edge of your seat with excitment as you embark on the journey of an extraordinary little girl who does everything in her power to change her destiny.
This wonderfully powerful musical has won 99 international awards, including 24 for Best Musical.
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Matilda The Musical - Tickets + Hotel Package
A birthday, an anniversary or just because, a theatre break is the perfect way to celebrate. Package your theatre tickets with one of our top London hotels and make it a stay to remember. All of our hotels are within easy reach of the theatre - some less than 10 minutes away.
Tickets for Matilda The Musical
Overnight stay at a 4-star hotel
About the hotels near the Cambridge Theatre:
Crowne Plaza Albert Embankment - Fancy starting your evening in a rooftop bar? This luxury hotel is for you. Located a 37-minute walk / 25-minute tube journey away from the Cambridge Theatre.
Hilton London Kensington - Contemporary, chic and with a 24hr fitness centre, this hotel is a 26 minute tube journey or a 31 minute taxi / Uber away from the Cambridge Theatre.
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury - As with all Holiday Inn hotels, this 4-star hotel is a hot with families. Located just a 19 minute walk or 10 minute taxi or tube ride away from the Cambridge Theatre.
Holiday Inn Regents Park - This perfectly located hotel is within easy reach of London's best attractions. Comfortable and convenient the Holiday Inn is located a 24-minute walk or a 17 minute tube journey away from the Cambridge Theatre.
Leonardo Royal St Pauls - The swimming pool and spa will soon see you relax and unwind. Located a 27-minute walk or a 17 minute tube journey away from the Cambridge Theatre.
Leonardo Tower Bridge - This contemporary hotel hotel is sure to help you unwind, thanks to the pool, sauna and 2 bars. Located a 17 minute taxi / Uber or 30 minute tube journey away from the Cambridge Theatre.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Matilda the musical about?
Based on the family favourite book by the beloved Roald Dahl, Matilda tells the story of a genius little girl who works her magic to change her future. From terrifying Mrs Trunchball to kind-hearted Miss Honey this musical will tug on all of your emotions, we're pretty sure you will leave the theatre feeling warm and fuzzy!
Has Matilda the musical won any awards?
It certainy has! It's won over 90 international awards in fact! Including 24 for Best Musical. Other awards include:
7 Olivier Awards including Best New Musical
Best Musical, Evening Standard
5 whatsonstage.com Awards, including Best New Musical And Best West End Show
6 Broadway World Awards, including Best Musical
2 Mousetrap Awards,iIncluding Best Family Show
Who is starring in Matilda the musical?
Matilda the musical stars Tilly-Raye Bayer in her debut role as Matilda, Marianne Benedict as Mrs Wormwood, Elliot Harper as Miss Trunchbull and Carly Thoms and Miss Honey. Check out the official website for the full cast list.
The Cambridge Theatre 32-34 Earlham Street London WC2H 9HU
How long is Matilda The Musical?
The shows run time is appox. 2 hours 35 minutes including an interval.
Is Matilda The Musical family friendly?
We suggest age 6+, but younger guests are welcome. The show is quite long and often quite loud, there are a few scences that youngsters may find scary. Children need to occupy their own seats at all times throughout the performance. Babies in arms are not permitted.
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