The Broadway Princess Party’s debut in London has been postponed.
The hit concert, which has been playing regularly in New York and across the US, was on its way to the UK for the first time later this year.
Two performances were to take place at London’s Leicester Square Theatre on Friday, May 15 and Saturday, May 16.
However producers Club 11 London have announced that the concerts have now been postponed due to the ongoing theatre shutdown. A new date has yet to be announced.
The Broadway Princess Party features Broadway’s original Cinderella, Belle, and Jasmine singing the petticoats off every iconic princess song in the book.
Two-time Tony-nominee Laura Osnes (Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella), Tony-nominee Susan Egan (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and voice of ‘Meg’ in Hercules), and Grammy-nominee Courtney Reed (Disney’s Aladdin) join forces with the Fairy Godfairy himself, musical director extraordinaire Benjamin Rauhala.
They were to be joined by special guest Hiba Elchikhe, star of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie in the West End and Disney’s Aladdin in Australia.
As well as performing classic hits, the concert sees the stars sharing hilarious and heartfelt stories of their royal antics backstage, on stage, and beyond!
Club 11 said: “We shall be in touch in due course regarding the date change and/or the ticket/refund process if required. Refunds for all shows may take longer than usual due to the sheer volume of shows being changed, cancelled or refunded.
“Like us, we know you will be hugely disappointed but we please ask that you are patient and kind to the customer service, social media, the venues, and the artists all whom are dealing with
a lot of frustrated customers and fans, not just for our shows but for hundreds of shows.”
They added: “We also want to thank all the artists and performers who are keeping everyone entertained and laughing in their own way on social media during this time. We also extend a huge heartfelt thank you to all the essential key workers continuing to make the country run especially everyone working for, and protecting us, at the NHS.”