Directions to Southwark Playhouse Sunday 21 October

The show is only three days away – we hope that you’ve reserved your ticket in advance (if not, visit the Southwark Playhouse website to book), and just in case you needed some help planning your journey, we thought we’d share these helpful hints. Remember, the performance will start at 8pm, so make sure you’re there ten minutes early so you can find your tickets and your seats… and maybe the bar too!

The Shipwright Arms is a great landmark, so you should be able to spot this distinctive pub exterior if you walk along Tooley Street. Southwark Playhouse is safely nestled in the nook just behind it.

By Tube
The nearest tube station is London Bridge, served by the Northern (Bank branch) and Jubilee lines. It is less than five minutes walk from the tube station to Playhouse.

Exit the station via Tooley Street/Duke Hill Street, turn right and walk along Tooley Street towards Tower Bridge. You?ll find us at the end of Shipwright Yard which can be found on the corner of Bermondsey Street and Tooley Street; right next to the Shipwright’s Arms pub.

London Transport Journey Planner

By Train
The nearest mainline station is London Bridge.

London Transport Journey Planner
National Rail homepage

By Bus
(to London Bridge): Numbers 17, 21, 35, 40, 43, 47, 48, 133, 141, 149, 343, 381, RV1

London Transport Journey Planner

By River Taxi
To London Bridge City Pier

London Transport Journey Planner

By Road
Southwark Playhouse is within the congestion charge zone.
Car parking is limited. Nearest parking is an NCP on the corner of Snowsfield and Kipling Street (a ten minute walk to the venue).
There is a taxi rank immediately outside the Playhouse.

AA Journey Planner

By Bike
There are bicycle stands nearby on the corner of Tooley Street & Stainer Street.

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