A quick guide from Hit The Theatre for you, specifically around London.
As you know, the current lockdown has meant all theatre's and entertainment venues are closed until 2 December.
However, before this lockdown, over the summer, theatre's were operating with socially distanced measures. No theatre is at full capacity, but they are open.
Different venues have different plans, so here is a list of what's happening and when!
Bridge Theatre – The theatre has pushed back the opening of the exciting new productions of A Christmas Carol and it'll now open on 3 December. All other shows have been put on hold for the moment.
Delfont Mackintosh – Les Miserables The Staged Concert is planning to open on 5 December and this hasn't changed.
National Theatre – Death of England: Delroy is now cancelled and all performances from 5 November will not go ahead. Dick Whittington, the Christmas pantomime, will go ahead as usual.
Nimax Theatres – The Play That Goes Wrong, Six the Musical and Everybody's Talking About Jamie will with reopen as soon as possible. Six will open on 5 December, Jamie on the 12 December and Play That Goes Wrong on 9 December. They also have some short running shows, such as The Shows Must Go On! , Roles We'll Never Play, Kings of Broadway, West End Christmas and others, are set to go ahead, with a few date changes. It looks as though Jimmy Carr will be cancelled.