Sherman Theatre prioritises the wellbeing and safety of its staff, audiences and community. Following the latest government advice about coronavirus and in line with other members of UK Theatre, we regret that performances at Sherman Theatre will not take place until further notice. Over the coming days we will be working to re-schedule as many performances as possible. If we cannot re-schedule performances they will be cancelled.
Sherman Theatre is a registered charity and relies upon the support of its audiences. Ticket holders for cancelled performances can either donate the cost of their ticket to support Sherman Theatre during this uncertain time and ensure that we can continue to do the work we do on the other side of this situation, receive a credit on their account which will also help support us during this period or receive a full refund. We will be in touch with ticket holders in due course and will continue to post updates on Sherman Theatre’s social media channels.
All Sherman Youth Theatre, Sherman Players and Introduction to Playwriting sessions are also currently suspended and our Creative Engagement team will be in touch with participants in the coming days.
Sherman Theatre is your theatre and we look forward to when we can we welcome you back to performances. We hope that all of our staff, audiences and community stay safe. Thank you for your patience and understanding at this difficult time.
National Dance Company Wales – KIN 20 & 21 March CANCELLED
National Dance Company Wales – Discover Dance 21 March CANCELLED
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama – Spring Awakening 24 -28 Mar CANCELLED
Jay Rayner 26 Mar re-scheduled to 8 Sept
Mark Thomas 25 Mar re-scheduled to 2 Sept
Athletico Mince 27 Mar – we are working to find an alternative date
Matt Forde 2 Apr – re-scheduled to 19 Nov
Horrible Histories – re-scheduled to 28 & 29 October
Deliciously Ella 19 May - cancelled
What a Wonderful World - re-scheduled to 4th & 5th September