Whether you like it or not Corona virus is not going away and in plain simple language complacency is not a course of action.
This week has seen more West End shows suffer under isolation protocols culminating in the announcement from the producers of Joseph.
The producers of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat cancels performances until 17 August following positive COVID test.
Turbine Theatre’s production of Kevin Elyot’s My Night with Reg is the latest victim of the Pingdemic with shows cancelled until 8 August.
The Prince Of Egypt musical which was running at the Dominion Theatre has been forced into another temporary closure until 7 Aug
With the lifting of all COVID restrictions by Boris Johnson as part of the so-called Freedom Day, it has been revealed that new restrictions will affect just can gain admittance to theatres.
Magic and Illusion show Wonderville will delay its West End opening tonight at The Palace Theatre after a cast member tests positive for COVID-19.
West End productions of Romeo and Juliet and Back and Sons have seen more performances postponed under pandemic restrictions.
Producers of Hairspray West End announced a further postponement at the London Coliseum until 18 July with performances restarting now on the 20th July.
Producers have announced this morning that The Prince Of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre has cancelled all performances up to 20 July 2021.