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03.04.2020

Covid 19 Pandemic Statement

Following the government advice about COVID-19, we have taken the difficult but necessary decision to postpone our spring shows. While we regret not being able to share these amazing stories with audiences, health and safety absolutely comes first. We are working very hard to explore how these productions can have a life at some point in the future and make sure that the audiences of our valued regional partners get to see the brilliant work that had to be cut short too soon.

In the immediate future we are committing to making and sharing more digital work you can enjoy from your homes. Check out our social media for more info, or visit Watch & Listen to browse our digital creative work.

Alongside this, we will continue to develop and review the plans for our future programme of work, in order that we will, once again, be able to tour high quality productions to audiences across the country.

We realise these are unprecedented times and we are doing our best to support the artists and freelancers who are so reliant on us, and organisations like us, and for whom the future feels very uncertain. We will also continue to engage with the audiences and communities whose commitment and loyalty over the years has been incredible to behold. Without you all, we are nothing.

We hope everyone is keeping safe and well. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, ideas or feedback by visiting Connect with Us.

Richard Twyman, Sophie Scull and Lizzie Vogler