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Cambridge Theatre in London presents the superb musical Chicago with Jerry Springer.


Cambridge Theatre in London

Cambridge Theatre in London

The London Cambridge Theatre is a contemporary theatre in London featuring elegant and notable design. With a history of relatively short run productions, the London Cambridge theatre was also utilized for trade film shows in the late 1930s and again in the year 1969 as a cinema.

In the late 1970s the Kander and Ebb musical Chicago ran for 590 performances at the Cambridge Theatre and today it is back on stage with Jerry Springer for a strictly limited season. In the UK Jerry Springer made a memorable programme for the BBC's series 'Who do you think you are' tracing his roots back from his birth in Highgate tube station during WWII. He has also hosted ITV's 'This Morning' Channel, the BBC's 'Have I Got News and For You'4's Friday Night Project.

Don't miss this exciting musical at the London Cambridge Theatre this season!

For more information on the Cambridge Theatre shows in London, please phone 0870 890 1102.

Visiting London Cambridge Theatre:

Address: Earlham Street, Westminster, London, WC2H 9HU

Telephone: 0870 890 1101

Nearest Underground Stations:
Covent Garden Tube (2 minutes)
Leicester Square Tube (4 minutes)

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