At Polka, there’s space to play, to laugh, to discover, to create… with something for all ages, from toddlers to teenagers. It’s a magical place where you can steal a rare moment to share with your children. No two visits are the same…you’ll soon see why Polka is where theatre begins!
Wed - Fri: 9.30am - 4.30pm
Sat - Sun:10am - 4.30pm
(Polka is open later on some Saturdays for 5.30pm shows - see see performance schedule.)
You can book tickets 24 hours a day on this website. Simply click what's on and select the show you wish to book.
You can also book tickets by calling the Box Office on 020 8543 4888 between Monday-Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am - 4.30pm.
Transport for London also offers free transport for school groups. Find out more information about free transport for schools.
Polka encourages people to walk, cycle or use public transport to come to Polka whenever possible, in order to support our Green Environmental Policy.
Wimbledon Station BR (10 minute walk)
Wimbledon, District Line (10 minute walk)
South Wimbledon, Northern Line (5 minute walk)
57, 93, 219, 131 stop outside Polka
156, 163, 164, 200 stop nearby Wimbledon (10 minute walk)
There is a cycle rack at the theatre for those who wish to cycle to Polka. Polka is also now just off the new Super Cycle Highway that goes from Merton to the City. Click here for more information and to plan your route to cycle to us.
There are a limited number of pay-and-display bays in the roads behind the theatre, namely Latimer Road, South Park Road, Bridges Road, Dudley Road and Kings Road.
However, finding a space can be difficult, especially on Saturdays. Also note that many of the meters on these roads have a two hour limit, which may not suffice for certain shows in the Main Theatre.
Alternative car parking is available in Wimbledon Town Centre, including The Broadway (next to New Wimbledon Theatre), Queens Road, St George’s Road, Hartfield Road and Hartfield Crescent.
Please click here for all access information including a 360 degree tour of the theatre.