Rose Theatre Kingston24-26 High Street, Kingston KT1 1HL
By train: Kingston Station: South West Trains, 28 minutes from Waterloo, then 10 minutes stroll through Kingston town centre to the theatre.
Surbiton Station: South West Trains, 16 minutes from Waterloo, then 10 minutes bus ride (465, 281, 71, K2, K3 from outside Waitrose, bus stop NC) or a short taxi ride to the theatre.
By bus: The following routes serve the town centre: K1, K2, K3, K4, K5, X26, 57, 65, 71, 85, 111, 131, 213, 216, 281, 285, 371, 406, 411, 418, 465, 481.
By foot: We are opposite the Guildhall and the Police Station, a one-minute walk from Kingston's Marketplace.
By car: The nearest parking is the Rose Car Park, the entrance to which is on East Lane (KT1 2NN). As the Rose is a new building and not yet recognised by older Satnav systems, those not wishing to park should using the following postcode: KT1 1LB (Kingston Police Station).
Peter Pan is the current production at Rose Theatre Kingston. The upcoming booking period for Peter Pan at Rose Theatre Kingston starts 01/12/2023 18:30:00 and runs until 07/01/2024 17:30:00. Tickets for Peter Pan start at £18 and are available to book now.
A View From The Bridge is the current production at Rose Theatre Kingston. The upcoming booking period for A View From The Bridge at Rose Theatre Kingston starts 31/10/2023 19:30:00 and runs until 11/11/2023 19:30:00. Tickets for A View From The Bridge start at £12 and are available to book now.
Shooting Hedda Gabler is the current production at Rose Theatre Kingston. The upcoming booking period for Shooting Hedda Gabler at Rose Theatre Kingston starts 29/09/2023 20:00:00 and runs until 21/10/2023 19:30:00. Tickets for Shooting Hedda Gabler start at £12 and are available to book now.
Rose Theatre Kingston is located in Kingston. The full address is Rose Theatre Kingston, 24-26 High Street, Kingston KT1 1HL.
Travel to Neverland with Peter Pan and friends in the high-flying adventures of Peter Pan!
A View From The Bridge
Arthur Miller's gripping tragedy is the ultimate test of family bonds and personal honour
Shooting Hedda Gabler
Reality and fiction clash in this heartfelt adaptation of Henrik Ibsen‘s masterpiece.