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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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We note the recent government announcement regarding socially distanced audiences at indoor venues from the 1st August 2020. We will continue to liaise with promoters and event organisers as we await further details.

In relation to non-essential social contact, we note the advice from the government and all of the events listed below have been postponed or cancelled. We will continue to liaise with promoters and event organisers to reschedule our events calendar. 

Further updates will be posted in due course and ticket holders and guests of any events that are postponed or cancelled will be contacted directly.

Confirmed changes to the events calendar are as follows:

The Who (16th March) - new date 29 March 2021

Planet Earth II (27th March) - new date 25th March 2022

Blossoms (28 March) - new date 3 April 2021

Cirque du Soleil (1 – 5 April) - cancelled

Snoop Dogg (12 April) - new date 11 February 2021

Pussy Cat Dolls (14 April) - new date 26 May 2021

2020 Unibet Premier League Darts (16 April) - new date 25 March 2021

Craig David (17 April) - new date 10 April 2021

Gods of Rap II (23 April) - cancelled

Harry Styles (25 April) - new date 13 March 2021

Bon Iver (30 April) - new date: 27th October 2021

McFly (1 May) - new date 16 May 2021

Championship Boxing (2 May) - cancelled

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (6 May) - new date 21 April 2021

Ru Paul's Drag Race (7 May) - new date 14 May 2021

Gregory Porter (9 May) - new date 2 March 2021

Pet Shop Boys (29 May) - new date 23 May 2021

Barry Manilow (31 May) - new date 4 June 2021

Dua Lipa (1 June) - new date 16 September 2021

Camila Cabello (4 June) - cancelled

Gerry Cinnamon (6 June) - new date 5 June 2021

Alicia Keys (7 June) - new date 6 June 2021

Whitesnake and Foreigner (8 June) - cancelled

Queen + Adam Lambert (11, 12 June) - new dates 10 and 11 June 2021

Diana Ross (3, 19 July) -  new dates 18 June and 14 July 2021

Aerosmith (18 July) - new date 29 June 2021

Billie Eilish (21, 22 July) - new dates tbc

Celine Dion (4, 5 September) - new dates 15 and 16th April 2021

Giants Live 2020 (12 September) - new date 10 July 2021

Stormzy (17 September) - new date 18 April 2021

Premier League Darts 2020 (24 September) - cancelled, ticketholders reallocated to the 2021 event, 25 March

Deep Purple (2 October) - new date 2 October 2021

Alanis Morissette (4 October) - new date 22 October 2021

Jeff Lynne's ELO (16 October) - cancelled

Simply Red (17 October) - new date 16 October 2021

The Weeknd (19 October) - new date 24 October 2021

Niall Horan (25 October) - cancelled

Rick Astley (28 October) - new date 3 May 2021

The Big Thank You Tour 2020 (29 October) - postponed, new date tbc

Four Tops & The Temptations (1 November ) - new date 5 October 2021

Ozzy Osbourne (2 November) - new date  9 March 2022.

80s Classical (7 November) - cancelled

Elton John (17 November) - new date 1 December 2021

Hits Radio Live (22 November) - new date 21 May 2021

JLS (19 & 27 November) - new dates 1 and 8 July 2021

Elton John (28 November) - new date 30 October 2021

Pete Tong presents Ibiza Classics (2 December) - new date 27 November 2021

Genesis (8 & 9 December) - new dates 12 and 13 April 2021

Elton John (12 December) - new date 19 November 2021

Hans Zimmer (7 March 2021) - new date 24 March 2022

Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War of The Worlds (9 April 2021) - new date 1 April 2022

Gary Barlow (12 June 2021) - new date 9 December 2021

Jason Manford (23 October 2021) - new date 15 October 2022

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ORIGINAL TICKETS ARE VALID FOR RESCHEDULED DATES

Please note that if an event is not listed above it is because we currently do not have any updates to provide, please keep checking back or follow our social media channels

 

How will I know if an event has been cancelled because of Coronavirus?

If an event is cancelled you will normally receive an email from your point of purchase. We will also put a notice on our website and communicate to our customers via our social media channels. Please continue to monitor our website and social media channels for any updates. 

 

We have been 'See It Safely' approved

We have been granted the use of Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' mark. The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences. You can find out more here about the measures we have been putting in place ready for your visit, and what you will need to know beforehand.