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Cheltenham Spa railway station is a 6-minute drive/27-minute walk. Local bus connections can be found in the Promenade via a 7-minute walk
Pay and display car parks (charging until 8 pm) very nearby in Bath Parade (entrance on Bath Road) and Rodney Road, plus on street parking (hours vary).
Bar open for 45 minutes prior to performances selling tea, coffee, alcoholic drinks and snacks and sweets.
Please visit the Access page of our theatre website at www.cheltplayhouse.org.uk/your-visit/access/
Cheltenham Playhouse was founded in April 1945 making it the only new theatre in the UK to begin operating during World War II. Formerly a home for local amateur theatre, the venue now presents a mix of professional and community drama and musical theatre, live music, comedy, burlesque and film, while also offering daytime and evening community interest activities from parent and toddler groups and choirs to its own drama school, Theatre Studio. The building itself dates back to 1806, making it one of the oldest surviving spa buildings in the town, as it was set up as a baths and salts laboratory; a later addition was a 75 ft long swimming pool which still exists beneath the auditorium.
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