CORONAVIRUS: More shows affected at local venues

City Hall in Salisbury with new branding - April 2018

Published at 12:07pm 18th March 2020. (Updated at 12:08pm 18th March 2020)

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Performances at City Hall Salisbury and Southampton's Mayflower Theatre will not be going ahead for over a month.

All shows up to and including Sunday 3rd May, at both venues, have been cancelled or postponed

All customers affected will be notified directly and the Mayflower are asking customers to not call them

But anyone with queries for the City Hall is able to phone the box office. 

It comes after the government advised that the general public should be avoiding pubs, clubs and theatres as part of the coronavirus outbreak. 

You can see the list of events cancelled or postponed at City Hall Salisbury here

Meanwhile, these are the shows that will not being go ahead at the Mayflower

Mayflower theatre shows postponed
The shows cancelled or postponed at the Mayflower so far

Michael Ockwell, Chief Executive of Mayflower Theatre, said: 

"We will be dealing with shows on a week by week basis. Please be reassured that all funds are protected for all customers in the meantime.

This is an unprecedented time for us all, we thank all of our customers in advance for their patience and calm approach to the situation. Please follow us on social media to keep up to date with information or check back here.

We have great shows and events on sale for further in the year and into 2021. We hope to see you back when we can all enjoy inspiring experiences together again with great art, amazing music and first class acting on our stage."

No action has been taken yet for the shows after the 3rd May.

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