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The Old Vic: livestreamed 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.
Royal Court Theatre: reopened their doors with one "episode" ofLiving 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.
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.