We regret that April's production of Don Giovanni has been cancelled.
This morning the Concordia Theatre issued the following statement:
Following the announcement made by the Prime Minister yesterday regarding social contact, including theatres, it is with a heavy heart that we have to inform that the Concordia Theatre has suspended performances with immediate effect.
Our volunteers and patrons are our most valuable asset and we must ensure the safety of our communities in these unprecedented times. We acknowledge the time, hard work and effort all our volunteers and societies put into productions at the Concordia and the inevitable disappointment for them and audiences alike.
We will be issuing guidelines in the next few days regarding refunds for patrons who have tickets for Sweeney Todd or Don Giovanni. In the meantime please bear with us whilst we put systems in place to do this.
For patrons who have tickets for Matt Ford or Night of a Thousand Stars (Pat Barker’s Academy of Dance), please keep your tickets secure for the time being as we will be discussing alternative dates with our external hirers.
Bookings are still being taken for performances beyond the 25th April 2020 with the hope that restrictions will be lifted to allow the remainder of our theatre programme to continue.
Please be assured that we are constantly monitoring developments and will keep you updated with progress. In the meantime, keep safe. We look forward to opening our doors and giving you a warm welcome again in the not too distant future.