The Billericay Theatre

The Billericay Theatre stands near the centre of Billericay along Radford Way, just a 5 minute walk from the train station.

Home to a fully stocked bar and cafe, an air conditioned Dance Studio and Micro Theatre; The Billericay Theatre offers a wide ranging programme of professional and community entertainment including high-end tribute and cabaret evenings; musicals; comedy and drama productions; and our own professional Theatre Company.

Our Theatre Café is open Tuesday – Friday 10am – 3pm. Our bar is open Thursday night – Sunday night. It is an ideal place to meet friends and enjoy refreshments or to relax while our staff work hard to make you feel welcome and to ensure that you enjoy every second of your night out. Please see view our menu and details of how to book.

For upcoming events see our What’s On section.

In addition, The Billericay Theatre offers a Stage School, Dance Academy, Drama classes, Choir and a wide range of fitness and fun classes to suit all ages from Pre-School to adult all under the name of HAPA (Helen Arber Performing Arts).

For further information on the classes we offer, please click here to visit the HAPA website.


We aim to ensure that everyone has a welcoming and pleasant experience at our Theatre.  If there is anything we can do to make your visit easier, please let us know.  Our staff will do all they can to support you.

The Billericay Theatre is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

For operational purposes, we do have a limited number of wheelchair spaces available for performances.  Please advise our Box Office of any ways we can help with your visit, when booking tickets.

If you would like to be seated first, please tell the Front of House Supervisor on arrival.

There are two disabled parking bays next to the Theatre which blue badge holders may use.


We offer limited car parking spaces around the perimeter of the theatre including 2 disabled parking spaces.

In addition to this, our venue is just a short walk from car parks at Billericay train station and Radford Crescent.