The Queen’s Hall Theatre is located in the Weald of Kent in the village of Cranbrook. Cranbrook is easily accessible by road and is a short distance from the village of Staplehurst where there is a train connection to the coast and London.

Parking is available on site in the school grounds and also within the public car parking in the Cranbrook High Street area. As we are located within the school grounds, in the event of more than one function taking place at the same time, we politely request that visitors to the Queen’s Hall Theatre use the public car parking facilities within Cranbrook.

Entrance to the Queen’s Hall Theatre is via the side entrance in Barham Drive. This entrance will bring you through into the school dining space where the entrance to the Theatre is located.

From Maidstone, proceed along the A229 through Loose, Linton and Staplehurst. At the Sissinghurst roundabout continue straight on and continue into the Town Centre of Cranbrook (do not take the right hand lane to continue along the A229). Cranbrook School and the Queen’s Hall Theatre are located on your right hand side as you come down the hill towards the Town Centre.

From the A21, follow the signs directing you to Goudhurst. Come through the centre of Goudhurst and follow the signs towards Cranbrook. Once you reach the Sissinghurst roundabout take the right hand exit towards Cranbrook Town centre and proceed as above.

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Queens Hall Theatre