Full list of London theatre productions affected by coronavirus
On 26 November, it was confirmed that London would be placed into "tier two" from 2 December. As a result, all West End theatres can reopen after the national lockdown.
During 2020, all London shows have been affected by Coronavirus. Here is a list of all performances and productions who have provided updates regarding the developing situation.
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West End: All West End theatres owned by Nimax Theatres cancelled performances from 5 November to 2 December. This includes:
Apollo Theatre: This Is Going To Hurt, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Duchess Theatre: The Play That Goes Wrong
Garrick Theatre: Private Peaceful, The Comedy Store Players, Showstopper: The Improvised Musical
Lyric Theatre: Six
Palace Theatre: The Show Must Go On, Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny
Vaudeville Theatre: No shows affected.
All ATG venues are closed to 17 Jan. 2021. This includes the 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.
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, Peacock Theatre, Prince Edward Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, Shaftesbury Theatre, St. Martins Theatre, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Victoria Palace Theatre, Wyndham's Theatre.
National Theatre: Death of England: Delroy will play its final performance on 4 November. Future shows including Dick Whittington and The Normal Heart are still scheduled to open as normal.
Southwark Playhouse: will end The Last Five Years on 4 November. Nick Payne's Constellations will now open at a later date, but it's hoped that productions scheduled in "The Little" for December will continue.
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 reopen its doors with a Christmas pantomime in December. Previously, they'd suspended all performances until 18th April, and hope to re-programme cancelled performances for later dates.
Royal Court Theatre: will reopen their doors with Living Newspaper, as well as livestreams. 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.
Bridge Theatre: have reopened with a series of Talking Heads monologues, and will stage A Christmas Carol. Shows postponed include The Southbury Child,The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage and They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
Immersive Gatsby: Performances of The Great Gatsby will recommence on 3 December 2020.
Park Theatre: cancelled all performances of La Cage aux Folles in the Park200 due to members of the company self-isolating as a precautionary measure. Performances of Corpse! in the smaller Park90 have now also been cancelled.
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.
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre: announced on 12th May that all performances in 2020 are postponed, to be staged in 2021.
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.