Leeds Grand Theatre is now closed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
For the most up-to-date information on rescheduled or cancelled performances click HERE
For the answers to Frequently Asked Questions throughout closure click HERE
Our current hours of operation are 9am-6pm, Monday to Friday. To remain in line with the UK Government’s current lockdown and social distancing regulations, our Box Office staff are working remotely and our phonelines are currently unmanned; all communication will be done via email, and our website and social media channels. For those customers with tickets booked but who we don’t have an email address for, please fill out the form HERE . You can log on to your online account at any time to check your email and mailing preferences, and update if needed to ensure you receive the latest email communications.
Should you need to contact us, please email email@example.com . Please note, because we are running on skeleton staff due to furloughing, a response could take up to 10 working days. Our email and social media channels are not monitored over the weekend.
HELP US TO THRIVE, NOT JUST SURVIVE
For over 400 years, Leeds Grand Theatre, City Varieties Music Hall and our sister venue, Hyde Park Picture House, have been entertaining the people of Leeds and the wider region. Now our future is uncertain.
We're doing all that we can to ensure our survival through this period, as well as prepare for the economic uncertainty that we know will follow. We've furloughed 95% of our staff, keeping on a small team to manage customer refunds, reschedule performances and maintain necessary administrative functions. We're drawing on our reserves which we had planned to invest back into our three heritage buildings, and we're tentatively making plans for what measures we will need to put in place to help audiences feel confident to return when we are able to reopen.
We're hugely grateful to customers who have already donated to our theatres since closure. We know these are financially difficult times for everybody, but if you can donate to help us continue to thrive, not just survive after reopening, we would be exceedingly grateful.
In such dark times, theatre is a positive force – it provides an opportunity for people from all backgrounds to come together to share a common bond – a love for live performance. We cannot let our theatres fade into the darkness.