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If you require further information about the online booking system please contact:

Box Office:
01276 707600
Email: Camberley Theatre

The Camberley Theatre
Knoll Road
Surrey GU15 3SY

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The Camberley Theatre now offers an online booking service, which allows you to purchase tickets in 'real time'. When the transaction is completed the best available seats are yours.

Some restrictions apply and it is only available for shows that state online booking. Unfortunately, at present you are unable to book disabled seating or parties over 9.

Booking Fee
There will be a 50p booking fee per ticket purchased for all online transactions.

Payment Method
We accept Master Card, Visa Card or Switch/Maestro for online bookings.

How Do I Get My Tickets?
Tickets will be held at the Box Office for collection unless customers wish to have their tickets posted. Postage fee is £1.

Friends of the Theatre
Unfortunately Friends Offers and discounts are unavailable online.

Advice When Booking Online
Where applicable, Concession Tickets can be purchased online. Please note that for shows and events where both Full Price and Concession tickets can be purchased online, Camberley Theatre reserves the right not to post these tickets to customers. Tickets can be collected from the Box Office in advance or on the day of the show or event. Family Tickets, Group Bookings of 9 tickets or more and Early Bird Offers are not available to book online.

When booking tickets please be aware that your Booking Confirmation Email may take up to an hour to arrive in your inbox. Please note that tickets are non-refundable.

Show Content and Age Suitability
All information is printed in good faith and where possible we advise customers as to content and suitability at the time of publication. However on occasion information about content and suitability arrives after our brochure has gone to print. For full and final details please contact the Box Office on 01276 707600.

Camberley Theatre reserves the right to make changes to the advertised programme