ANNOUNCEMENT: COURT WILL RESUME AT COUNTY HALL FROM 14th SEPTEMBER 2021
An updated statement from our production team (issued 16.6.21)
“We are absolutely gutted that we have to delay the re-opening of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall until 14th September.
Unfortunately, the combined effects of continued uncertainty around a return to full capacity in theatres, inadequate provision of cancellation insurance, and the delayed delivery of our promised Cultural Recovery Fund grant are such that we cannot afford to proceed with the rehearsals as planned. We have not taken this decision lightly. It leaves 51 people waiting to resume their jobs. For us as Producers the cost of remaining closed is significant and will increase as furlough and business rates relief are reduced from July.
We are sorry for you, our wonderful and loyal audience, who stood ready to support our return in August. We urge you, please re-book into the new dates from 14th September and come and celebrate with us as soon as we are able to declare ’THE COURT IS NOW (RE)OPEN’.”
Eleanor Lloyd and Rebecca Stafford, Producers
ALL TICKETS PURCHASED FOR PERFORMANCES WHICH DO NOT GO AHEAD BECAUSE OF CORONAVIRUS RELATED RESTRICTIONS WILL BE ENTITLED TO A FULL REFUND OR A FULL CREDIT NOTE. YOU WILL BE CONTACTED IF YOUR PERFORMANCE IS AFFECTED.
If you have a credit note to use from a previous booking and would like to book into the new dates then you will need to follow the following steps to re-book
To use this credit go to https://www.witnesscountyhall.com/book
· Select the date and time of the performance you wish to attend.
· The system will then ask you to log in using your email and password. (If you previously booked over the phone or in person please enter the email you provided at the time and click on ‘forgotten your password’, you will be emailed with the reset information)
- On the checkout page tick the box asking if you want to use the credit on your account.
- Double check the booking details and continue as normal.
Watching Agatha Christie’s gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal in the atmospheric courtroom setting of County Hall is a unique theatrical experience. We are working round the clock to make it a safe and enjoyable one, too, and look forward to seeing you soon.
If you have any queries, would like to speak to a member of staff with any questions email us at [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as we can.