BREAKING NEWS: London's West End is slowly starting to make an official comeback!!! It has just been announced that 6 of it's Theaters owned by The Nimax Group will be officially reopening its doors next month consisting of…..
The Apollo Theater (home of Everybody's Talking About Jamie),
The Duchess Theater (home of The Play That Goes Wrong)
The Garrick Theater (home of The Drifters Girl)
The Lyric Theater (most recent home of THRILLER LIVE),
The Vaudeville Theater (home of Magic Goes Wrong),
The Palace Theater (home of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).
However since we are still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Live Theater will be going through serious of safety precautions. Everyone BOTH in the house and backstage will be going through constant temperature checks. Every Theater will be stalling more Hand Sanitizers. Most important, everyone will STILL be required to social distant and wear their face masks. For social distancing, seats will be removed to also give patrons more legroom (yup, you know how tight it gets being in a row at a Live Performance). In addition before and after every performance, all the Theaters will undergo extended constant deep-cleanings.
For the actual productions, the first Theater that will reopen in the Apollo Theater is a trial production….. THIS IS GOING TO HURT (a one man show written and starring Adam Kay). That will run for a strictly limited engagement from October 22nd-November 8th, 2020. From there, EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE will officially re-strut their stuff 8 times a week later on in November.
For The Duchess Theater, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG will be causing mischief and fiasco on stage 8 times a week again also in November,
For The Palace Theater and it's legendary inaugural production of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, you will have to wait till the beginning of next year 2021 for The Wizarding World to reopen.
WELCOME BACK WEST END!!!!
Who is excited?!!!
The owner of the Apollo, Duchess, Garrick, Lyric, Palace and Vaudeville theatres have annouced that they will welcome audiences back to the West End from October.
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