|A statement from The Capitol Theatre:|
|Following official government advice issued on Monday 16 March, which stipulates that people should avoid public buildings to help slow the spread of coronavirus, we regret to announce that The Capitol will be closed from Tuesday 17 March for the foreseeable future.
We are automatically refunding all tickets bought for scheduled screenings and productions from 17 March until 30 April. We will review future bookings and refunds as the situation continues.
“What Happens Now?”
Over the coming weeks, we will continue to update the public as the situation changes, sharing current government and NHS advice.
Julian Bird, Chief Executive of SOLT and UK Theatre, said:
‘We are extremely grateful to all of our audiences who have continued to support us for as long as they can, and to theatre staff across the country who have worked so hard in recent weeks to ensure the safety and enjoyment of audiences. Closing venues is not a decision that is taken lightly, and we know that this will have a severe impact on many of the 290,000 individuals working in our industry. In these uncertain times, SOLT and UK Theatre remain committed to helping provide vital support for those in need, and hope we are able to welcome audiences back to our theatres before too long.’
We thank you for supporting The Capitol and hope to be inviting you back to visit us soon.
For updates on the situation as it develops please head to: