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Five minutes drive from Junction 9 on the M25. Follow signs for Leatherhead Town Centre. About a 10 minute walk from Leatherhead Train Station, follow the signs to the Town Centre, also signposted from the bottom of the High Street. The local bus routes are: 408, 465, 478, 479 and 516.
There is free parking available on Leatherhead High Street from 6pm, with the other local car parks, Church Street, Station Road and the Swan Centre, all free after 6pm.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.theleatherheadtheatre.org/access.php
Leatherhead Theatre is a theatre and arts venue in Leatherhead, Surrey. It is a Grade II listed building designed by Roderick Ham, who built the theatre within the shell of a derelict Crescent cinema dating back to the 1930s. Leatherhead Theatre originally opened as the Thorndike Theatre in September 1969, and enjoyed some great early success with many well-known artists performing on the stage. However, with the withdrawal of public funding in 1997, the building was forced to close. Following the listing of a Grade II status, a refurbishment and revitalisation of the building was planned and the theatre subsequently re-opened again in 2001. In more recent times the Leatherhead Theatre is now seen as one of the town’s greatest assets. It helps to bring arts and theatre to the local community and pushes a large amount of investment back into the area. It presents a widely eclectic programme of arts, including theatre, dance, comedy and films. It has been managed by a charitable trust which was established by local citizens who are passionate about encouraging and supporting the transformation of the community through the arts.
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