To the Bus Stop next to Millfield on Silver Street:34 Barnet Church - Walthamstow Central Stn102 Golders Green - Edmonton GreenW6 Southgate – Edmonton Green144 Muswell Hill – Edmonton Green.To the Bus Stop next to the Great Cambridge Roundabout:217 Turnpike lane - Waltham Cross231 Turnpike Lane - Enfield - Enfield Chase Stn.Silver Street Station: via Enfield Town, Cheshunt or Liverpool Street lines. Then walk for 15 minutes or catch buses 34, 102, 144 from opposite Silver Street Stn.London Underground:Turnpike Lane (Piccadilly Line) then buses 144, 217 or 231Wood Green (Piccadilly Line) then bus 144Arnos Grove (Piccadilly Line) then bus 34Bounds Green (Piccadilly Line) then bus 102
Customers can use either the car park at the theatre or at Millfield House. Parking is also available on nearby streets (e.g. Windmill Road). Bike racks can be found by the front entrance to the theatre.
Millfield Theatre Bar & Kitchen is the perfect place to relax and unwind with friends before your show.
The theatre bar stocks a wide range of beverages including beers, ciders, wines, spirits, soft and hot drinks. The bar is open 2 hours before the performance and during the interval.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.millfieldtheatre.co.uk/special-access/
Millfield Theatre sits in the beautiful parkland setting of Millfield House in Edmonton, North London – forming part of the Millfield Arts Centre. The theatre is owned, managed and funded by the London Borough of Enfield authority. It has brought an eclectic programme of shows, classes and workshops to the diverse local community since its opening in 1988.The venue is recognised in North London (and beyond) as a cultural hub which provides high-quality entertainment. The theatre’s reputation led to a significant refurbishment, which included the addition of a new café bar, performance space, toilet facilities and box office. Following its revamp, the main auditorium, which seats 362 people, was renamed the Sir Bruce Forsyth Auditorium. Edmonton’s very own entertainment legend Sir Bruce Forsyth himself opened the theatre in 2009.The grand Millfield House, a Grade II listed building, resides next to the venue and offers multi-usage spaces for hire, which are occasionally used by the performers at the theatre. The Millfield Theatre is overseen by Enfield Presents, a local entity managing several North London theatres as well as overseeing the annual borough festival, dubbed the Enfield Festival.The theatre is home to productions by local amateur theatre companies and local dance schools, making it a dedicated fixture in the local arts community. The Millfield Theatre presents a varied programme of drama, dance, musicals, comedy, cabaret, popular music and children's theatre.
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