We hope you are keeping safe and well. Our team is working tirelessly with producers to confirm the situation with the shows programmed to appear on our stages over the coming weeks and months. Your safety, and that of our staff and visiting companies, is our priority and ticket holders will be advised of any changes to our future programme as soon as they are confirmed.
If you are concerned that a show you hold tickets for might not go ahead then please keep checking this page for news, or your inbox for an email from our Box Office.
We know it’s tempting, but please don’t email or call our Box Office team for information.
Updates will be published as soon as they are known, and affected ticket holders will be emailed directly.
New dates will soon be announced for:
WNO Family Concert
Once the new dates are confirmed we will be in contact with you as soon as possible.
New dates announced for:
The Best of That’ll Be The Day
Which was due to take place on Sun 10 May 2020, will now be taking place on Sun 28 June 2020.
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Spring visit
Which was due to take place in April 2020, will now be taking place in October 2020. See the individual event pages for more details on dates and times.
Which was due to take place in August 2020, will now be taking place in February 2021.
9 to 5 the Musical
Which was due to take place in July 2020, will now be taking place in February 2021.
Derren Brown: Showman
Which was due to take place in March/April 2020, will now be taking place in March 2021.
Stewart Lee: Snowflake/Tornado
Which was due to take place on Sat 16 & Sun 17 May 2020, will now be taking place on Sun 16 May & Sun 13 June 2021.
The Kite Runner
Which was due to take place in May 2020, will now be taking place in May 2021.
Which was due to take place in May 2020, will now be taking place in July/August 2021.
Which was due to take place in July/August 2020, will now be taking place in January/February 2022.
Please hold on to your tickets as they will be automatically transferred to the new date.
A Monster Calls | Acosta Danza | Augmented | Billionaire Boy | Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet
Breakin’ Convention | Bring It On the Musical | Contraband Sandwich | Cycle | End of the Pier Show
Funky Llama Festival 2020 | Holes | I Believe in Unicorns | Jonny & the Baptists Love You | LAVA
Million Dollar Quartet | National Theatre Connections Festival | On the Shore of the Wide World
Once the Musical | PlayHouse | Private Peaceful | Ross Noble: Humournoid | Some Call it Home
The Goat Show | The Roommate | The Sad Club | Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales | Two Little Kittens
Welsh National Opera’s Spring Programme | What Remains of Us
Our Box Office team are working exceptionally hard, under very difficult circumstances, to contact patrons regarding show cancellations and postponements. We are looking for solutions to help speed this process up but, for now, we need you to bear with us.
Please do not contact the Box Office.
If you haven’t heard from us yet, please do not worry. You will not lose out; we will get to you. All refunds for cancelled shows will be honoured.
Our patrons have been amazingly supportive and the TRP team would like to say a collective ‘thank you’ for your ongoing patience and understanding.
Stay safe, stay home and see you soon.
Donations, Credits and Refunds
If you are unable to make the new dates for rescheduled postponed shows you will be entitled to a refund or TRP Gift Card (valid for 2yrs) for the purchase price of each ticket. If you would like to support TRP’s reopening by donating all or part of your refund, our Box Office team will be happy to arrange this for you when they call you.
For cancelled shows, we are in the process of contacting all affected patrons directly to arrange a refund or Gift Card.
Please bear with us. We are calling as many people as we can every day.
Please, do not call our Box Office.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'The Phantom of the Opera'
It is with great sadness that we can confirm Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Group have announced that their new UK Tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom Of The Opera, which had only played its opening date prior to a 14 month tour, will not re-open.
Whilst it is heart breaking the show’s producers, cast and orchestra are determined that the disappearance of the ‘Phantom’ from the British regional stage will not be forever and that when Theatre is back thrilling audiences again the ‘Music Of The Night’ will soar once more from the orchestra pit.