West End Shows Offer Exchanges as Snow Falls
Date: 6 January 2010
With snow continuing to fall in London, several West End shows are offering theatregoers suffering travel disruptions the option to exchange their tickets for another performance. No shows have as yet been cancelled due to the weather.
According to our ticketing partner Encore, the following shows are offering exchanges (subject to availability): The Dark Angel, A Christmas Carol, The Misanthrope, 39 Steps, We Will Rock You (restricted to performances within two weeks), Morecambe, The Woman in Black, The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Thriller - Live, Priscilla, Sister Act, Grease, Hairspray, Little Voice, Mamma Mia!, Jersey Boys, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, An Inspector Calls, Les Miserables and Avenue Q.
Legally Blonde is offering exchanges to theatregoers who live outside of London. Those joining us for our Whatsonstage.com Outing to the show tonight can request an exchange by contacting us direct. Other ticket holders should contact the point of sale.
Elsewhere in the UK, many regional venues have been heavily hit, with several performances affected last night (See News, 5 Jan 2010). Ticket holders for performances this evening are advised to contact venues for further information before travelling.
- by Theo Bosanquet
|Not the SHOWS offering ticket exchange, but the individual ticket agencies ... theatre itself not at ALL interested - Laura Squires||08 Jan 10|
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