Delfont Waterproof coat has canceled all performances throughout its theaters via Could 31 because the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a devastating toll on the West Finish.
In a press release Monday morning, the theater operator confirmed the cancellations, noting, “We’re so sorry that in these testing and tough occasions, you aren’t in a position to benefit from the present you’ve gotten booked for.”
Delfont Waterproof coat theaters span eight venues in London, together with the Gielgud, Noël Coward, Novello, Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, Sondheim (formally Queen’s), Victoria Palace and Wyndham’s. Present exhibits embrace “Hamilton,” “The Ebook of Mormon,” “Pricey Evan Hansen,” “Mary Poppins” and “Leopoldstadt.”
The choice comes days after the Ambassador Theatre Group introduced that every one performances at ATG venues, which equally host a number of the West Finish’s greatest musicals, have additionally been suspended till Could 31.
The London venues impacted by the closure embrace: Apollo Victoria Theatre, Ambassadors Theatre, Lyceum Theatre and Savoy Theatre. The exhibits affected embrace “The Lion King,” “9 to five The Musical,” “Fairly Lady,” “The Lady In Black” and “Depraved.”
It had beforehand been introduced that every one West Finish exhibits had been postponed via April 26, however that date has now been prolonged because the U.Okay. battles the COVID-19 outbreak.
The West Finish went darkish on March 16, with near 50 productions affected. Nonetheless, theater is slowly adapting to the lockdown, with profitable on-line initiatives to date staged by the Nationwide Theatre, in addition to a YouTube channel of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musicals that went dwell with “Joseph and the Wonderful Technicolor Dreamcoat” on Friday night time, drawing multiple million views in 24 hours.