This is when all the shows cancelled by coronavirus at Doncaster Dome have been rescheduled to
A string of shows at The Dome scrapped due to the coronavirus crisis have been rescheduled, bosses have announced.
The venue scrapped all its concerts and shows between March 16 until the end of June after the Government’s lockdown to beat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now many of the shows have been rescheduled and are set to take place later this year or early next year.
Here are the new dates for the cancelled shows:
Friends the Musical Parody (October 10)
The Elvis Show feat Chris Connors (July 17)
Louis Tomlinson (September 17)
Roy Chubby Brown (July 25)
England’s Strongest Man (July 26)
Supreme Queen (September 12)
Doncaster Unleashed (August 16)
Tim Vine (November 16)
Jimmy Carr (August 27)
Big Country (April 3, 2021)
Martin Kemp – TBC
Chris Hone, head of commercial development for Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust said: “We are working with promoters and will contact all ticket holders in due course to inform them of the rescheduled dates. If customers are unable to make the rescheduled dates, our team will be able to talk through the options in respect of transferring tickets or processing refunds.”
Should you not be able to attend the rescheduled event and wish to receive a refund on your tickets please email [email protected]
“We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but these are unprecedented times and for the safety of our staff and customers we must follow the advice from Central Government,” he added.
Other shows also due to take place between March and June included 90s Dance Anthems Live, the Grimethorpe Colliery Band, ISing 2020, the Aurora Fashion Show, Stamp Magic, Opera North and the Joe Longthorne Songbook.
No dates have been organised for these shows.