7 Uxbridge Road
Cafe & Bar open
Monday - Saturday, 5pm - late
How to get here
The Bush Theatre is based in the old Passmore Edwards Public Library building on Uxbridge Road, right next to the vibrant Shepherd’s Bush Market.
The Bush Theatre building in Shepherd’s Bush contains our two performance spaces – the Holloway Theatre, our main space, and the intimate Studio – as well as our script library, bar and café, terrace, and rehearsal room.
Plan your journey:
Nearest underground stations:
Shepherd’s Bush Market (40 metres) – Hammersmith & City and Circle lines
Shepherd’s Bush (480 metres) – Central line
We recommend you always check your route before you travel.
Shepherd’s Bush Overground station is 480 metres walk away from the Bush.
Nearest national rail stations:
Paddington is 15mins away (direct on Hammersmith & City / Circle line).
King’s Cross, St Pancras and Euston are all 30 minutes away (direct on the Hammersmith & City / Circle line).
Waterloo is around 35 minutes away (take the Jubilee line to Baker Street then Hammersmith & City / Circle lines westbound).
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stop at Shepherd’s Bush Market
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stop at Shepherd’s Bush Green
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stop at Shepherd’s Bush Station
There is little on-street parking available near the theatre. The best place to be dropped off if you’re coming via taxi is just to the side of the theatre on Pennard Road.
The nearest car park is at Westfield London. We recommend you park in Car Park A (entry via The West Cross Route, A3220) near lift lobby 3 or 4 (follow the signs to Next). It’s then just a 9 minute walk down Wood Lane to get to the theatre. This car park’s exits are open 24 hours a day. More info and parking rates here.
There are bike racks outside the theatre on Uxbridge Road and to the side of the theatre on Pennard Road. You can hire Santander Cycles from near Shepherd’s Bush underground station.
Please consider sustainable ways of travelling to the Bush, including Human Forest bikes.