We’re looking forward to welcoming you to our theatre! Our what3words location is: gravel.lows.office.

You can find us by following the directions below.

On foot, by bicycle and public transport.

The theatre is 10 minutes walk from Watford Junction Station, 12 minutes walk from Watford High Street and 20 minutes from Watford Metropolitan line station.

By bicycle we are 5 minutes from Watford Junction, 6 minutes from the High Street and 10 minutes from the Metropolitan line station.

As we’re close to the centre of Watford, the theatre is close to local bus routes, please check bus timetables when planning your trip.

Bus Timetables

By car

If you’re using a Sat Nav, our address is 20 Clarendon Road, Watford, WD17 1JZ, however the theatre building itself is pick-up and drop-off only and there is no through road (see Parking below for some parking options that are very close by).

From the M1
Exit at Junction 5, follow the A4008 signposting to Watford Town Centre, which brings you to the Watford ring road by Intu Watford. Watford Palace Theatre is at number 20 Clarendon Road. Clarendon Road is Service Road A from Watford Ring Road.

From the M25
Exit at Junction 19 or 20, take the A411 to Watford bringing you onto the ring-road.

From the A41 (North)
Take the A411 (see M25 above).

Google Maps

Taxi Services

The nearest taxi ranks to us are on Albert Road South (a six-minute walk) and at Watford Junction (a ten-minute walk). Our Welcome Team will also be happy to book a taxi for you.

Parking

There’s several different options for parking if you’re coming by car. We suggest using Sutton Car Park (WD17 2PS) on Estcourt Road, which is less than a 5-minute walk away.

You can also use Charter car park* (WD17 2UB), which is part of the Atria Watford shopping centre (not to be confused with the Palace carpark: nothing to do with us, honest!). Charter car park is on the right-hand side, as if you were parking for the cinema. It’s just round the corner from us and also less than a 5-minute walk away.

You might also want to try Gade (WD18 0JX) or Church (WD18 0JD) car parks.

All of the car parks above have disabled parking available.

*Please note: Charter car park has a dual entrance with the Palace car park. The Palace car park is NOT open 24 hours and does NOT have step-free access.

Sutton Car ParkCharter Car ParkGade Car ParkChurch Car Park

The photo is taken from a higher angle, looking down at the auditorium which is filled with the audience. Comedian Ruby Wax is sitting on a sofa on the stage.
Image shows the outside of the theatre taken on a slight side angle.
Photo taken in the foyer of a busy theatre before a show is due to start.
Photo taken in the bar area of the theatre. There are customers queuing up at the bar.