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As a result of the Covid epidemic all British theatres closed in March 2020 and all announcements of future openings were cancelled or delayed.

Theatres began to re-open in Autumn 2021 with the return of some previously running shows and tentative announcements of new openings.  Here is a list of announced openings, all dependent on the course of the pandemic and government guidelines.





SHOWS ANNOUNCED AS PLANNING TO OPEN IN COMING MONTHS



THE GLASS MENAGERIE -  Duke Of York's Theatre. Tennessee Williams. May 23 - August 27


JITNEY - Old Vic Theatre. August Wilson drama. June 9 - July 9


A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART TWO - Donmar Warehouse. Sequel. June 10 - August 6


BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - Palladium. Disney musical. June 24


MAD HOUSE - Ambassadors Theatre. Black comedy of family reunion. June 26 - September 4


THE SEAGULL - Pinter Theatre. Chekhov. June 29 - September 10


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JACK ABSOLUTE FLIES AGAIN - Olivier Theatre.  Updating of The Rivals.  July 2 - August 20 


MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Lyttelton Theatre.  Shakespeare. July 7 - September 10


PRETTY WOMAN - Savoy Theatre.  Musical of hit film. July 8


PATRIOTS - Almeida Theatre. Post-Soviet Russia. July 12 - August 20


ANYTHING GOES - Barbican Theatre.  Cole Porter musical. July 15 -September 3


SISTER ACT - EventimApollo. Musical of the film. July 19 - August 28


ALL OF US - Dorfman Theatre.  Life in austerity. July 27 - September 24


THE TRIALS - Donmar Warehouse. Today judged by the future. August 12 - 27


SILENCE - Donmar Warehouse. Partition of India. September 1-17


THE CLINIC - Almeida Theatre. Family in crisis. September 3 - October 1


THE BAND'S VISIT - Donmar Warehouse. Egyptians in Israel. September 24 - December 3


THE DOCTOR- Duke Of York's Theatre. Unpopular medical position. September 29


ELF - Dominion Theatre. Christmas musical. November 14 - January 7


SPIDERMAN - TURN OFF THE DARK - Criterion Theatre. The musical that ran a year on Broadway without officially opening. November 28




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