Curve Leicester has announced it will remain closed until 31st October 2020 due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic with the resulting cancellation and rescheduling of their summer and autumn season.
In a statement the venue said: “Although we know this is disappointing, we are working hard to ensure our programme of work and community offering is as strong as ever for when we are able to re-open the theatre. In the meantime, we are contacting all customers and we ask everyone to be patient at this time and to not contact the Box Office – we promise a member of the team will be in touch.
“Whilst we miss the spirit, connection and feeling of being together in your theatre, we are pleased to have connected with many of you online over the past few months and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Alongside performances and workshops, we have recently commissioned a number of local artists to create bespoke online content, which we look forward to sharing over the coming weeks.”
The extended closure of the venue has seen the regional theatre cancel 17 productions including a new revival of Roman Holiday, James Graham’s Quiz, musical Once and Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art featuring Matthew Kelly; whilst over 20 productions are in the process of being rescheduled including Hairspray, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Lover Never Dies and Sister Act The Musical.
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