West End theatre cancellations extended to 28th June due to global coronavirus pandemic
The Society of London Theatre has announced the closure of all productions to 28th June. This extends the closure of all shows by one month, previously suspended until 31st May.
In a statement from the Society of London Theatre, they have said:
"London's West End looks forward to welcoming audiences back into theatres as soon as performances can safely resume.
To give our customers some clarity, we have been cancelling performances across the West End on a rolling basis, in line with the latest advice from the Government. We are now extending those cancellations until Sunday 28 June.
This does not mean theatres will reopen on 29 June; if further cancellations are necessary they will continue to be announced on a rolling basis. Different theatres and productions are likely to reopen at different times.
Ticketholders for affected performances do not need to do anything. They will be contacted by the organisation from which they bought their tickets to arrange a refund, credit note or exchange for a later date."
If you have booked tickets for a cancelled or postponed performance with LondonTheatre.co.uk, our customer services team will be in contact with you.
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