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Parking is available in Park Street Car Park operated by Cambridge City Council. Street parking on Jesus Lane is often available for minibuses and other large vehicles.

Approach must be made via Victoria Avenue or Maids Causeway due to traffic restrictions.

The ADC Theatre is a 30-minute walk from Cambridge Station. Regular services run from London King's Cross and other stations across the region.

From Cambridge Station, follow Hills Road (which becomes Regent Street, St Andrew's Street and Sidney Street) into the centre of Cambridge. Turn right onto Jesus Lane and then left onto Park Street, where the ADC Theatre is on your left.

There is a taxi rank outside the station. Regular bus services run between the station and city centre.

The ADC Theatre is a 10-minute walk from Cambridge's Drummer Street Bus Station.

From St. Andrew's Street,  continue to the end of Sidney Street, turn right onto Jesus Lane and then left onto Park Street, where the ADC Theatre is on the left.

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