In line with the government’s roadmap, we’re delighted to be reopening for live performances on Mon 17 May.
On Mon 12 April, our takeaway catering service begins from our brand-new café. Outdoor seating will be available and must be reserved.
Our fabulous new larger ground floor café and first floor bar Nineteen58 will be open for table service from Mon 17 May too.
Performances from Mon 17 May until Sun 20 June will be socially distanced. Please also see our Keeping You Safe page for more information on the measures we’re undertaking to ensure that the Belgrade remains a Covid-safe venue.
Thank you for your continued support. With City of Culture starting in May, there’s plenty to look forward to.
Our exchange and refund policy remains in place, in case any shows are unable to go ahead, so you can book with confidence. We can’t wait to welcome you back!
If you have purchased tickets for a performance which is no longer taking place, please check your email inbox for further communications from us. If you do not receive a message from us about a performance which has not taken place, please let us know by emailing email@example.com. Please note that phone lines remain closed while our staff continue to work from home.
This situation has obviously put the Theatre under huge financial strain so if you feel able to donate part or all of the cost of your tickets it is very much appreciated. You can also make a donation to the Belgrade to help us through this difficult time.
If you can’t make a donation at this time, you can also support us by making sure you’re signed up for email and postal updates from us so we can get in touch with all the details as soon as they’re available.
We want to assure everyone that the health and safety of our visitors and staff continues to be our priority. We are currently adhering to all guidelines issued by the British Government and Public Health England regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) risks. You can read more about the steps we are taking here.
The Belgrade Theatre Trust is a registered charity (number 219163). This means that all the money given, raised or earned is not distributed as profit but kept and reinvested in the work that we do. We rely on the continued support of our audiences, funders, corporate partners, Members and donors to ensure that we can continue to develop our artistic and education work and remain central to the communities that we serve. Our normal terms and conditions continue to apply and refunds or credits will be made for any cancelled performances.
We are monitoring this fast changing situation daily and will continue to review the situation. Thank you for your patience and for your continued support.