The Charing Cross Theatre’s production of Radio Times has been postponed a month before it was due to debut as part of Thom Southerland’s first season as artistic director.
In a statement the producers of the revival, which was due to run from 20 August until 1 October, announced: “Sadly, due to artist non-availability, we are unable to present the production on the dates originally planned. We hope to present the production at a later date.”
Audience members who have already bought tickets for the production which was to be directed by Ben Woolf, are advised to contact their point of sale for a full refund.
The surprise announcement follows on from the news that Southerland’s critically acclaimed debut show at the helm, Titanic, has extended its run until 13 August.
The next show in the season will be a new production of the Tony Award-winning Ragtime, which will begin previews on 8 October, running to 26 November.
The season also includes the much-anticipated European premiere of Maury Yeston’s Death Takes a Holiday will run from 3 December to 21 January 2016.
Tickets for Titanic at the Charing Cross Theatre are available HERE.
Tickets for Ragtime at the Charing Cross Theatre are available HERE.