The Prince Of Egypt is forced to close again in line with government legislation

The Prince Of Egypt musical which was running at the Dominion Theatre London has been forced into another temporary closure due to Track and Trace legislation.

Prince Of Egypt Dominion Theatre
Luke Brady and Liam Tamne and the cast. Photo: Tristram Kenton

The Prince Of Egypt producers have announced that show has been forced to close from 28th July to Saturday 7th August at 7.30pm.

The Dominion Theatre have advised – In accordance with UK Government track and trace legislation, the producers have unfortunately had to suspend performances of The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre up to and including Saturday 7th August 7.30m. The production’s COVID officers identified a single positive COVID case within the company and, while all other company members remain COVID-negative, the Government legislation is such that the close-contact workforce must now isolate for 10 days rendering it impossible to perform the show.

To ensure that we are adhering to the strictest of protocols, all performances are cancelled up to and including Saturday 7th August 7.30pm.

This is the second time that this show has been forced to cancel performances and has been hit especially hard given the size of its cast and crew.

Refunds for the cancelled performances will be forthcoming from point of sale agents where you purchased your tickets.


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