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UPDATE - 24 February 2021, 15:00

Following the good news from the Prime Minister’s COVID roadmap announcement on Monday, outlining the path to theatres reopening later this year, we very much look forward to welcoming audiences back to our venues soon. In the meantime, we have suspended performances at our UK venues until Sunday 16 May 2021 in line with step 2.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused but hope you will understand given the exceptional circumstances.

If you have made a booking for a suspended performance, you do not need to do anything. We are currently contacting customers booked for performances up to 28 February. Customers booked for remaining performances will be contacted in the week commencing 15 March.

Bookings for performances with confirmed rescheduled dates will be automatically moved to the new dates and customers will be informed accordingly. We are working with Producers to reschedule as many postponed shows as possible and thank you in advance for your patience. Full credit vouchers which are valid until 31 March 2022 and include all fees, or refunds, are available for all cancelled shows.

Over the last few months, our teams up and down the country have successfully rescheduled thousands of performances of great quality plays, musicals, comedy and live music. For further details please click here. Throughout 2021 and beyond we have a wonderful array of productions on sale - everything from The Book of Mormon to We Will Rock You, Beauty and the Beast to Waitress and School of Rock to Bedknobs and Broomsticks. You can book with complete confidence knowing that if there are any further suspensions, your new tickets will remain fully valid for further exchanges or refunds.

On behalf of all our staff, backstage crews, front of house teams, actors, dancers, musicians and the entire industry we thank you for your support as we work together to ensure the future success of British Theatre. With your ongoing support, we believe we can come back faster and stronger than ever before.

As you can imagine, we have a large number of customers to assist, so we ask that you please bear with us - your patience and understanding are very much appreciated at this time.

The ATGtickets Team

 

Information on Rescheduled and Postponed Shows

You can check the status of your performance by selecting the venue name below.

West End: Ambassadors Theatre | Duke of York's Theatre | Fortune TheatreHarold Pinter TheatrePhoenix TheatrePiccadilly TheatreThe Playhouse Theatre | Savoy Theatre

UK Regional Theatre: The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham | Aylesbury Waterside Theatre | Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Second Space | Bristol Hippodrome | Edinburgh Playhouse | Grand Opera House York | King's Theatre Glasgow | Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone | Liverpool Empire | Milton Keynes Theatre | New Theatre Oxford | New Victoria Theatre, Woking | New Wimbledon Theatre | Opera House Manchester | Palace Theatre Manchester |  Princess Theatre, Torquay | Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent | Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking | Richmond Theatre | Stockton Globe | Studio at New Wimbledon Theatre | Sunderland Empire | Theatre Royal Brighton | Theatre Royal Glasgow | Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

 

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Updated: 24 February 2021, 15:00

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