‘Wonderville’ has delayed its West End opening at the Palace Theatre from Friday 16 July after a member of the team tested positive for COVID-19. Performances will now start on Wednesday 21 July.
The producers said: “Our whole team have been adhering to extremely thorough and diligent measures, as all in theatreland work under the most unique circumstances. Unfortunately, a member of the ‘Wonderville’ team has sadly tested positive for Covid-19. To ensure that we are adhering to the strictest of protocols and maintaining the safety of all involved, our opening is paused. Our first performance will now be on Wednesday 21st July. We all are incredibly excited to welcome you to ‘Wonderville’ then and to share the joy, laughter, and wonder that we have been enjoying throughout our rehearsals.
“The ‘Wonderville’ team are so sorry that this means our first six performances cannot go ahead, but the safety of our Wonderville family and audience members remains our number one priority”.
Ticket buyers will be contacted by their point of purchase via email, and will be offered the option to exchange their tickets or receive a refund or credit voucher. Full refunds will be offered to all customers who are unable to move their tickets to an alternative performance. If you booked via a ticket agent/3rd party they will contact you regarding refunds/alternative dates.
Please be patient with the box office teams as they begin this substantial task of contacting all who we were so looking forward to welcoming to our original first shows.
‘Wonderville’ brings together some of the greatest illusionists live on stage in a breath-taking display of magic and illusion that will electrify, surprise and leave theatregoers in awe at what they are seeing.
‘Wonderville’ gives a fresh, dynamic and thrilling spin on one of the greatest historical art forms, magic. Five acts will appear at each performance and showcase their incredible talents, acts announced so far are, the multi-award-winning Mind Reader and TV star Chris Cox and star of Britain’s Got Talent’s Josephine Lee, the most talked about woman in magic.
Step inside the wonderous Palace Theatre and be transported to a variety performance like no other where the audiences are an integral part of the show – comedy, illusion, magic, entertainment and mystery make it a fun night for all the family.
You’ll be amazed, entertained and puzzled as this show like no other has to be seen to be believed!