Wednesday 18th March 2020.
Good evening everyone.
Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the Embassy Theatre has taken the decision to close until the end of April 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and offer further guidance when appropriate.
We are however, pleased to advise that all of the shows due to appear in April this year have been re-scheduled. The new dates are shown below and the online listings have been updated:
The King Is Back | Sunday 25th October 2020
Motown: How Sweet It Is | Friday 2nd October 2020
Joe Brown | Sunday 9th August 2020
Thriller Live | 13th to 17th April 2021
Menopause The Musical 2 | Friday 19th March 2021
Jim Davidson | Sunday 26th July 2020
That’ll Be The Day | Monday 24th August 2020
You Win Again | Friday 5th November 2021
A Country Night in Nashville | Sunday 16th August 2020
All Our Yesterdays | Wednesday 28th October 2020 (includes any Cream Teas booked)
All of your tickets will remain valid for these new dates – just bring them with you on the night and our team will welcome you here. Any tickets left for collection will also be accepted.
This industry will recover however it is going to take time. A host of people will be affected by this and we ask for your compassion at this very difficult time. Please consider investing your ticket, should you not be able to attend any revised dates, in a theatre gift voucher or using any funds to choose an alternative show from our calendar. Please bear with us – we will contact everyone at the earliest available
opportunity. Please refrain from calling as our sales team will be incredibly busy in the coming days.
We have been truly humbled by the support we have received. Thank you. We hope you will
continue to support us – your venue needs you!
We will be back and #keepentertainmentlive…