List of productions affected by Coronavirus

Full list of London theatre productions affected by coronavirus

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

UPDATE: On 5 July, it was confirmed that theatres will be able to reopen at full capacity until 19 July. Here's the latest information on all theatres reopening in July.

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Riverside Studios: The Browning Version starring Kenneth Branagh is now cancelled. For more information, read here.

Dominion Theatre: Performances of The Prince of Egypt are cancelled from 12 July - 20 July. This is due to a member of The Prince of Egypt team testing positive for Covid-19. Performances will resume from 21 July.

Gillian Lynne Theatre: Performances of Cinderella are cancelled on 19 - 20 July. Details on further Cinderella performances are to be announced.

London Coliseum: Performances of Hairspray are cancelled from 5 July - 19 July. This is due to a member of the Hairspray production team testing positive for Covid-19. Performances will resume from 20 July.

Palace Theatre: Performances of Wonderville Magic and Illusion are cancelled from 16 - 20 July. This is due to a member of the Wonderville production team testing positive for Covid-19. Performances will now begin on 21 July.

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre: Performances of Romeo and Juliet are currently cancelled. Performances will resume from 21 July. 

Bridge Theatre: Performances of Bach and Sons starring Simon Russell Beale are cancelled from 12 - 17 July. Performances will resume from 18 July. More information can be found here.

West End All West End theatres can open from 17 May. This includes Adelphi Theatre, Aldwych Theatre, Amabassadors Theatre, Apollo Theatre, Apollo Victoria Theatre, Arts Theatre, Cambridge Theatre, Criterion Theatre, Duchess Theatre, Duke of York's Theatre, Fortune Theatre, Garrick Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, Gillian Lynne Theatre, Harold Pinter Theatre, Her Majesty's Theatre, London County Hall, Lyceum Theatre, Lyric Theatre, Novello Theatre, Noel Coward Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Piccadilly Theatre, Playhouse Theatre ,Prince Edward Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, Savoy Theatre, Shaftesbury Theatre, St. Martins Theatre, Trafalgar Theatre, Vaudeville Theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre and the Wyndham's Theatre. Find out when all West End theatres are reopening here. 

Royal Court Theatre: will reopen from June 2021 with seven methods of killing kylie jenner. Performances are cancelled from 5 - 10 July. Read more about the Royal Court here.

Eventim ApolloSister Act is now postponed to 2022, with Whoopi Goldberg no longer performing. Read here for more information.

National Theatre: will reopen with Under Milk Wood starring Michael Sheen. More information can be found here.

Queen Elizabeth Hall: will reopen this Christmas with Bring It OnBring It On tickets are now on sale.

Southwark Playhouse: reopened from 17 May with You Are Here starring Wendi Peters. Read here for more information.

Turbine Theatrewill reopen from spring 2021, with MTFestUK. Read here for more information.

Kiln Theatre: will reopen from May with three world premieres. Read here for more information.

Sadler's Wells: The West End revival of Singin' in the Rain will now take place in 2021. Singin' in the Rain tickets are now on sale.

Barbican: will reopen this summer with Anything Goes, starring Sutton FosterAnything Goes tickets are on sale now.

Theatre Royal Stratford East: will reopen its doors from June 2021. More information here.

Park Theatre: All performances of When Darkness Falls at Park Theatre have been postponed, with future dates to be confirmed.

Almeida Theatrewill reopen from May 2021 with Six Artists in Search of a Play.

Lyric Hammersmith: will reopen this summer with a trio of plays collectively titled Out West.

Hampstead Theatre: will reopen from May 2021 with The Death of a Black Man.

Young Vic: will reopen from July 2021, beginning with Changing Destiny. Read more about the Young Vic's reopening season here.

The Old Vic: will reopen from June 2021 and have announced their new season, including a revival of Into The Woods. Read more here.

Royal Albert HallPerformances of The Nutcracker, which were due to open this Christmas have been cancelled as a result on enforced limits on seating capacity.

Donmar Warehouse: reopened their doors with Blindness, starring Juliet Stevenson. They'd previously announced on 17th March that remaining performances of Far Away are cancelled, with upcoming productions of Donmar Lates (25th - 28th March), In the Blood (17th April - 6th June) and The Contigency Plan (10th June - 1st August) postponed.

Menier Chocolate Factory: suspended all performances of Paula Vogel's play Indecent on 16 March 2020.

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