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Romeo and Juliet Cancelled Performances 12
Jul

It is with sadness that, due to covid regulations surrounding self-isolation within the acting Company, we are required to cancel performances of Romeo and Juliet up to, and including Tuesday 20 July.

Following a severely limited season in 2020, and a delayed start to this season - opening with a reduced capacity of 50% - it has been a particularly challenging time for the theatre. This news is therefore incredibly disappointing but is, as audiences will appreciate, out of our hands.

We have been in contact with all customers, but if ticketholders have any further questions, please email boxoffice@openairtheatre.com, or call 0333 400 3562* (9am – 8pm Mon- Fri). Customers do not need to contact us if they just require a refund, as these will be processed automatically w/c 19 July (for anyone who hasn't been in touch).

Performances of Anansi The Spider events are unaffected, and will continue as planned.

Read more for details of how we will operate following the lifting of restrictions on 19 July.

Productions of Romeo and Juliet and Anansi the Spider are supported by Arts Council England and DCMS through the Culture Recovery Fund.

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