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The Priory Theatre is situated on the north side of London Road, Arundel, between St Nicholas' Church and the castle gates. The post code is BN18 9AT.

The Theatre does not have its own parking. Parking can be a challenge in the centre of Arundel where free parking is limited and many residential homes do not have off street parking. This is especially so during the summer when there can be lots of visitors in town.

Crown Yard Car Park

Crown Yard car park is a short stay facility

Nearest postcode is BN18 9JL.

Chargeable from 08.00 – 18.00, 7 days a week.

Mill Road car park 

Nearest postcode is BN18 9PA

Chargeable from 08.00 – 18.00, 7 days a week.

Taking a Train to Arundel

The Train Station is just a short walk away from the Town Centre (though if you have lots of bags it’s best to get a taxi). The mainline rail link is direct from London Bridge Train Station, London Victoria Train Station and also Gatwick Airport. Additionally Ford station is two miles from Arundel, along Ford Road, providing direct services to Brighton. Trains link to Ford station from Arundel Trail Station.

Arundel is about a 90 minute train journey from London Bridge and London Victoria Train Stations (check your particular train times as there are also slow services). It generally takes less than an hour from Gatwick Airport train station. Trains accept bicycles on off-peak services without booking.

Driving from Portsmouth Ferry (35 minutes)

Follow all signs “M27(E) Brighton”, “M27 (East)” then “Brighton Chichester (A27)”. Stay on A27 (dual-carriageway) heading East for 26 miles. After passing The White Swan hotel at the end of the dual-carriageway, the historic market town of Arundel will greet you at the next roundabout – welcome!

Driving from Brighton (30 minutes)

Only 20 miles to Arundel from wherever you are in Brighton or Hove, it is best to travel on the A27 to visit Arundel. Once on the A27, head west and follow all signs “A27 Worthing”, thru the Southwick Hill Tunnel, past Shoreham Airport and Lancing. At Worthing, continue west, following signs “A27 Chichester Portsmouth”. On leaving Worthing, and after passing The Coach & Horses, travel another 6 miles along the dual-carriageway until it comes to an abrupt stop! Keep to the right-hand lane and follow signs to “Arundel”. After 600m, as you descend the hill, you will first witness the magnificent Arundel Castle atop our historic market town. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit to park and enjoy the many wonders of Arundel!

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