2 Apr 2015
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Holborn Fire – London theatre performance cancellations

Following yesterday’s fire in Holborn, many shows were forced to cancel their performances due to power supply issues. This has led to thousands of disappointed theatregoers who are now seeking refunds from ticket suppliers.

OfficialTheatre.com can confirm that further matinée performance cancellations occurred today. Affected customers will be contacted by ticket suppliers who can offer to refund or re-book tickets. Please check your confirmation e-mails and tickets for customer service contact details.

Information regarding last night’s performances and the status of today’s affected shows can be found in the below tables.

We will update the performance statuses as the information becomes available.  

 

2nd April 2015 performances

Theatre Show Matinée Evening
Adelphi Theatre Made in Dagenham TBC
Aldwych Theatre Beautiful Cancelled Cancelled
Cambridge Theatre Matilda TBC
Theatre Royal Drury Lane Charlie and the Chocolate Factory OK
Duchess Theatre The Play That Goes Wrong OK OK
Fortune Theatre The Woman in Black Cancelled TBC
Lyceum Theatre The Lion King OK OK
New London Theatre War Horse OK OK
Novello Theatre Mamma Mia Cancelled TBC
The Peacock Theatre My First Swan Lake & Rasta Thomas Both 11am and 2pm Cancelled Cancelled
The Royal Opera House Swan Lake TBC
Savoy Theatre Gypsy TBC
Vaudeville Theatre Oppenheimer TBC

1st April 2015 performances

Theatre Show Matinée Evening
Adelphi Theatre Made in Dagenham OK OK
Aldwych Theatre Beautiful Cancelled
Cambridge Theatre Matilda OK OK
Theatre Royal Drury Lane Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Cancelled Cancelled
Duchess Theatre The Play That Goes Wrong Cancelled
Fortune Theatre The Woman in Black Cancelled Cancelled
Lyceum Theatre The Lion King Cancelled Cancelled
New London Theatre War Horse OK
Novello Theatre Mamma Mia Cancelled
The Peacock Theatre My First Swan Lake & Rasta Thomas OK
The Royal Opera House Swan Lake Cancelled
Savoy Theatre Gypsy Cancelled
Vaudeville Theatre Oppenheimer OK

 

Rebecca

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Rebecca is a cheeky London lady with a love of theatre, cheese and wine (preferably all at the same time!) She graduated from Goldsmiths (University of London) with a First Class Honours degree in Drama and Theatre Arts and later went on to study for an NCTJ postgraduate diploma in Journalism.

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