A theatre in Barking that has been closed due to crumbling concrete has announced further show cancellations. 

The Broadway Theatre in Barking has released their latest update as the discovery of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) in January continues to cause issues in the run-up to performances. 

Shows in March and April have been cancelled or postponed but the theatre has now announced that performances into the summer will also be affected. 

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A spokesperson for The Broadway Theatre said: “Whilst we await a start date for remedial works, we sadly must confirm that due to the scope of works required, it is necessary for us to cancel or postpone all shows due to take place up until July.

“We will contact ticket holders for refunds or credits.

 “A new programme of shows for autumn 2024, and spring 2025, will be announced in the next few weeks. The theatre’s ticketing website will be back online soon."

There is no news yet of when the concrete will be removed.