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STATEMENT ON COVID-19

All tickets purchased for performances which do not go ahead because of coronavirus related restrictions will be entitled to a full refund, full credit note or exchange to a future performance. You will be contacted if your performance is affected. 

Due to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 we have had to make the difficult decision to cancel some performances.

As such, all performances of Witness for the Prosecution up until 20th September 2020 have now been cancelled.

We are automatically giving all bookings a full credit note, including all fees. You can then use this credit to rebook at a date and time convenient to you. To receive this credit in your account you do not need to do anything, please do not contact us. There are many bookings to be processed and we are working through each performance in strict date order so please be aware it may take several days until your booking is credited.

Tickets are currently available for performances up to April 2021 and so we hope that you are able to find a suitable date to exchange to so that you can have your day in court.

To use your credit on a future booking please take the following steps:

  1. Visit our website and choose your preferred performance. We are now booking until April 2021
  2. After you have selected your seats you will be invited to log-in to your account with us. If you have forgotten your details, or not logged-in before, please click the 'forgot your password?' link and follow the instructions to be able to access your account.
  3. At the final payment screen there is a box which states 'Use My Credit' (£xx). By ticking this box your credit will be used as payment for the tickets.

If you have any queries, would like to speak to a member of staff or have a refund, then please email us at [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Thank you all for your understanding.

The Courtroom at London County Hall will reopen at the earliest opportunity. We value your continued support for theatre at this tremendously challenging time and hope to See You in Court soon.

Updated 3 June 2020