In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK government has announced a second lockdown in England. As a result, theatres are unable to go ahead with the shows that they had scheduled to run. As and when the government announces any further information, we will continue to update our information and guidelines here in accordance with the measures put in place.
Whilst long running shows have had performances cancelled, limited run shows have been able to or are looking to reschedule the run to a later date. All confirmed bookings are automatically transferred into the new run on a corresponding date for the majority of shows.
If your show has been postponed, we will reach out to you - no further action is needed from you at this time. In the first instance, we may only be able to provide you with the information that the producers are planning to reschedule rather than provide you with new booking details. If this is the case, the new booking details will come at a later date and we will be sure to reach out to you with your rescheduled booking information. Due to the ongoing situation it may take some time for the production to have it’s new dates confirmed, hence we may not be able to provide that information right away.
As of 13th November 2020, shows confirmed to be rescheduled are: Leopoldstadt, 4000 Miles, Hairspray, Local Hero, To Kill A Mockingbird, Russell Howard, Cirque de Soleil - Corteo, The Life of Pi, Sunday in the Park with George, Romeo and Juliet, Dragons and Mythical Beasts, 101 Dalmatians, Carousel, Sister Act, Cinderella, Joseph, Good, Singin’ In The Rain, The Drifter’s Girl, Jimmy Carr.
If you had a booking for the original run of one of these shows but have not heard from us, please get in touch with us using our submission form here.