Rescheduled dates confirmed for Eastbourne Theatres

Eastbourne Theatres are continuing to announce rescheduled dates as the venue shutdown continues across the country.
Jimmy Carr moves from May 7 to 13 November 2020Jimmy Carr moves from May 7 to 13 November 2020
Jimmy Carr moves from May 7 to 13 November 2020

A spokesman said: “From all at Eastbourne Theatres, we thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. We are continuing to work hard behind the scenes with show producers to reschedule and cancel the multiple shows that had been due to appear during these disrupted months.

“There are still a number of shows that we are working with producers on to reschedule. Some of these are for dates which have already passed or will soon pass. You do not need to take any action. We will inform ticket holders as soon as possible for each show as a new date is confirmed. Please keep checking our social media pages and website for further updates.”

However the following shows have now been confirmed:

Jimmy Carr moves from May 7 to 13 November 2020

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Rumours of Fleetwood Mac moves from May 15 to April 27 2021

Julian Clary moves from May 15 to March 20 2021

Malory Towers w/c 18 May to date to be confirmed

Dragons & Mythical Beasts moves from May 22-24 to July 2021 date TBC

Josh Widdicombe moves from May 30 to February 28 2021

Grease moves from June 1 to spring 2021 date TBC

Terry Astor Big Band moves from June 7 to October 4 2020

Jane McDonald moves from June 12 to 9 July 2021

Rhod Gilbert moves from June 13 to 20 November 2020

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