How to Get Here
Chichester Festival Theatre
Chichester Festival Theatre is easily accessed by road, rail or bus.
Directions by Car
Chichester is easily accessible by road. The M27 and A27 run along the coast, linking Hampshire, Sussex and Kent. The M3, A3, A29, A259 and A24 connect Portsmouth, Southampton, Mid-Sussex and London.
Directions by Rail
Chichester Station is a 20 minute walk from the Theatre, with regular direct links to London Victoria, Brighton, Portsmouth, Southampton, and Gatwick Airport. Trains to London Waterloo connect at nearby Havant. Call 08457 484950 for timetables and other details or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Walking from the station (20 minute walk):
Head out of the main entrance towards The Globe Pub, walk past the pub with it on your left and walk straight on South Street until you come to The Cross (stone monument) which indicates an intersection of four streets. Continue straight ahead up North Street. At the top of North Street is a ring road, take the pedestrian underpass to North Gate Car Park and continue through the car park to reach the Theatre on the far side.
Directions by Bus
The number 60 operated by Stagecoach stops near the Theatre. Please visit Stagecoach for more information.
There is a 900 space pay and display car park immediately next to the Theatre (free after 6pm Monday to Saturday and 10.00am - 5.00pm Sunday). On matinee days the car park is very busy, so please allow plenty of time. Other car parks are available in the town centre.
The coach drop-off point is outside the Festival Theatre with a coach park in Via Ravenna (formerly Cathedral Way)
Parking for Disabled Patrons
There are nine non-reservable parking spaces for Blue Badge holders in the Northgate car park next to the Theatre, although with a badge it is permissible to park anywhere in the car park. More information on our Access facilities.