Full list of London theatre productions affected by coronavirus
UPDATE: On 22 February, it was confirmed theatres can reopen from 17 May. Here's the latest information on the future of West End theatres.
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West End All West End theatres owned by Nimax Theatres have suspended performances to 1 March 2021. This includes: Apollo Theatre, Duchess Theatre, Garrick Theatre, Lyric Theatre, Palace Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre.
All ATG venues are closed to 3 April. This includes: Amabassadors Theatre, Apollo Victoria Theatre, Duke of York's Theatre, Fortune Theatre, Harold Pinter Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Piccadilly Theatre, Playhouse Theatre, Savoy Theatre and the newly announced Trafalgar Theatre.
Les Miserables: The All-Star Staged Concert performances at the Sondheim Theatre are now cancelled.
Good is now postponed at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Read here for more information.
Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical is postponed at the Lyric Theatre to October 2021. Read here for more information.
West End theatres closed until further notice include: Adelphi Theatre, Aldwych Theatre, Arts Theatre, Cambridge Theatre, Criterion Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, Gillian Lynne Theatre, Her Majesty's Theatre, London Coliseum, London County Hall, Novello Theatre, Noel Coward Theatre, Peacock Theatre, Prince Edward Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, Shaftesbury Theatre, St. Martins Theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre, Wyndham's Theatre.
Theatre Royal Stratford East: was due to reopen in February 2021, but all performances have been postponed.
Park Theatre: All performances of When Darkness Falls at Park Theatre have been postponed, with future dates to be confirmed.
Hampstead Theatre: All remaining performances of The Dumb Waiter, scheduled from 18 - 30 January have been cancelled.
The Old Vic: will livestream performances of A Christmas Carol, starring Andrew Lincoln as Ebenezer Scrooge. For more information, read here. Previously, performances of Endgame, 4000 Miles and Local Hero were cancelled.
Royal Albert Hall: Performances of The Nutcracker, which were due to open this Christmas have been cancelled as a result on enforced limits on seating capacity.
Turbine Theatre: will not open until spring 2021, with all shows as part of MTFestUK postponed.
Royal Court Theatre: reopened their doors with one "episode" of Living Newspaper. Previously, they'd announced on 16th March that performances are suspended with immediate effect, and spring season has been postponed.
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.
Immersive Gatsby: Performances of The Great Gatsby will be suspended from 16 December.
Young Vic: both performances of Nora: A Doll’s House were cancelled on Saturday 14th March as a precaution, and the decision has since been made to cancel all remaining performances. The building, café and box office remain open.
Arcola Theatre: suspended all public performances until further notice on Sunday, 15th March.
Bunker Theatre: postponed ‘Abi & Morgan’s Power Share’, to be rescheduled at a later date.
Kiln Theatre: cancelled all performances for week commencing 16th March due to a member of the cast of Pass Over undergoing self-isolation.
Queen Elizabeth Hall: In a tweet by Selladoor Worldwide on 26th May 2020, it was confirmed that Bring It On will begin its tour in Autumn 2021. Dates for the Queen Elizabeth Hall run are now postponed.
Sadler's Wells: The West End revival of Singin' in the Rain is now postponed to 2021. Performances will now take place between 30th July to 5th September 2021.
Barbican: It was announced on 2nd June that the RSC Barbican annual residency for 2020 has been cancelled, with their next London season now in 2021.