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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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VIEW ALL PROGRAMME ALTERATIONS

Published : 01/Dec/2021

 

Throughout the disruption and uncertainty we all experienced, we worked with our visiting producers to reschedule as much of our programme as possible, and ensure we could still bring you the fantastic shows we had originally promised. 

With so many events moving to new dates, it can be easy to lose track, so we've listed all outstanding programme alterations below, in alphabetical order. Alternatively, you can search for any rescheduled events via the search box at the top of this page.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. We can't wait to welcome you to Theatre Severn again soon.



PROGRAMME ALTERATIONS

Event Name - Original Date - New Date

 


Andy Fairweather Low
- Thu 9 Jul 2020 - Thu 13 Oct 2022
Anything for Love
- 24-25 Jun 2020 - Fri 17 Jun 2022

Beau Brummel - 24-25 Sep 2022 - 13-14 May 2023

Calendar Girls
- 3-6 Feb 2022 - 9-11 Sep 2022
Carl Hutchinson -
Tue 22 Sep 2020 - Fri 27 May 2022

The Da Vinci Code
- 6-11 Sep 2020 - Cancelled
Declan Nerney
- Wed 24 Jun 2020 - Wed 15 Jun 2022

EXTC - Sat 5 Mar 2022 - Cancelled

George Michael Legacy
- Fri 20 Nov 2020 - Sat 18 Jun 2022

Imagine: The John Lennon Songbook -
Tue 8 Sep 2020 - Cancelled

Leo Sayer
- Mon 4 Oct 2021 - Thu 3 Nov 2022

Mi Flamenco
- Sat 28 Mar 2020 - Sun 12 Jun 2022
Mike Bubbins - Tue 29 Mar 2022 - Thu 9 Feb 2023

The Nutcracker - Sat 7 Nov 2020 - TBC


Peggy Seeger & Calum MacColl
- Mon 1 Jun 2020 - Thu 14 July 2022

Rhythm of the Dance - Wed 15 Jul 2020 - Sat 16 Jul 2022
Rose Royce
- Thu 21 May 2020 - Sun 10 Jul 2022

Sleeping Beauty
- Fri 6 Nov 2020 - TBC 

Vincent Simone
- Wed 28 Oct 2020 - Sun 10 Oct 2022
Vonda Shepard
- Sun 25 Oct 2020 - Wed 12 Oct 2022

Walk Right Back
- Sat 11 Apr 2020 - Sun 12 Jun 2022
Winter Holiday
- 16-19 Feb 2022 - 16-18 Feb 2023



Please also keep up-to-date with the latest Government news and advice at gov.uk/coronavirus