LOVE NEVER DIES Takes Four-Day November Hiatus - Confirmed
Love Never Dies will be taking a four-day November hiatus in order to put into place several changes to the production that are being made ready for the Australia premiere.
Rumours abounded earlier in the year that the show would take a two-week break, but our exclusive story revealed at the time that there were no plans to stop performances and that the show would continue as normal.
However, a show spokesman has now said that the show will be taking a shorter break, from 22nd to 25th November, adding: ""Some changes were written up over the summer and destined for the Australian production, and as they make improvements to the show we'd be mad not to put them into the Adelphi production in London."
Anybody with tickets for those performances should refer to their point of sale.
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