Coronavirus: Doncaster Dome cancels all shows and events until end of June
The Dome has cancelled all its shows and concerts until June because of coronavirus.
The Doncaster venue announced this morning that all events due to take place at the venue from today onwards would now be rescheduled because of the COVID-19 crisis.
It includes a hometown concert by Doncaster’s Louis Tomlinson and dates by comedians Jimmy Carr, Tim Vine and Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown as well as a host of other events.
Chris Hone, head of commercial development for Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust (DCLT), said “Following official advice from the Government all music and entertainment events due to take place at Doncaster Dome will be rescheduled from today until the end of June.
“We are working with promoters and will contact all ticket holders in due course to inform them of the rescheduled dates. If customers are unable to make the rescheduled dates, our team will be able to talk through the options in respect of transferring tickets or processing refunds.
“We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but these are unprecedented times and for the safety of our staff and customers we must follow the advice from Central Government.”
Other shows which will be hit include appearances by 80s Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp and 80s rock band Big Country.
Tribute shows to Queen, TV sitcom Friends and late singer Joe Longthorne will also be hit.
The affected shows are as follows
Friends: The Musical Parody – March 19
World Famous Elvis Show – March 21
Louis Tomlinson – March 27
Roy ‘Chubby' Brown – March 28
England’s Strongest Man – March 29
Big Country – April 3
90s Dance Anthems Live – April 4
Supreme Queen – April 10
Grimethorpe Colliery Band – April 18
Doncaster Unleashed – April 19
ISing 2020 – April 29
Jimmy Carr – April 30
Martin Kemp: Back To The 80s – May 1
Aurora Fashion Show – May 8
Stamp Magic – June 7
Tim Vine – June 19
Opera North – June 24
Joe Longthorne Songbook – June 27