The Camberley Theatre was first opened in October 1966, but a lot of people will remember it as The Civic Hall or The Camberley Civic, the name was later changed to its now known name The Camberley Theatre.
Over its life, the Camberley Theatre has always been very popular with people, bands and shows it has seen the likes of Lenny Henry, The Dubliners, Barbara Dickson, Julian Lloyd Webber, Des O’Connor, T’Pau, Craig Charles, The Chuckle Brothers and Jenny Agutter pass through its stage doors.
The theatre over the years has gone from being just a hall with chairs and a stage to having proper auditorium secured racked seating and the latest in Hi Tech lighting and sound systems.
In 2016 the building and theatre was given a full make over inside to secure its place and standing with the likes of the other local theatres.
The theatre is just one of the facilities the building offers, it also houses a considerable size function room, dance studio and bar facilities, which makes it one of the premier attractions in Camberley.
Largest space and home to a host of professional touring shows, local hirers, our annual pantomime and some of the biggest names in showbiz; this can seat up to 400 theatre style, 200 cabaret or 520 standing.
Camberley Theatre Getting here!
Camberley Theatre is very easily accessible by road. Junctions 3 & 4 of the M3 motorway are approximately 2 miles away, with the A30 linking Camberley to many local areas. For Sat Navs, the postcode is GU15 3SY
The Train station is just a 2 minute walk away from Camberley Theatre.
Getting to Camberley via local bus routes is easy and efficient, plus the bus station is just a 2 minute walk away.
Please use Knoll Road multi-story car park when visiting Camberley Theatre. This uses ANPR technology; you won’t get a ticket but will need to remember your car reg number to exit. You can also pay for your parking at the Box Office pre-show or at the Bar during the Interval. More information on parking