Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, we have now rescheduled or cancelled shows through to the end of June 2020.

Box office are in the process of issuing refunds/credit vouchers for these shows and customers who booked tickets for a show within this period do not need to contact box office.

We thank you all for your patience during this time and look forward to welcoming everyone back to Eastbourne Theatres in the future.

 

Romesh Ranganathan – Rescheduled Dates

02 Apr 2020

Romesh Ranganathan – Tuesday April 21st 2020 – rescheduled to Tuesday May 18th 2021

Following government advice and alongside other UK theatres, we are cancelling or postponing all performances at Eastbourne Theatres up to and including May 17th and at the present time our box office is closed.

As a result Romesh Ranganathan is rescheduling his dates from:

Tuesday 21 April 2020 to Tuesday 18 May 2021

Wednesday 22 April 2020 to Wednesday 19 May 2021

If you are unable to attend the new date a full refund or credit will be issued when box office re-opens. Please respond to this email if you require a refund or credit to your account. We kindly ask that all refunds are requested by 1 September 2020.

You will automatically be moved to the new date however you will be unable to use your existing ticket for the new date, so all tickets will need to be changed

  • If you have yet to collect your ticket, please collect your new ticket anytime from when we have re-opened up until the night of the show
  • Print at home - Once all refunds have been requested on 1 September 2020 we will re-send your print at home tickets.
  • If you already have your tickets, you will require a new ticket with the rescheduled date on it. New tickets will be posted once we have re-opened box office.

Please note that as the box office is currently closed we have very limited access to emails. We are endeavouring to keep up with correspondence as quickly as possible however if we do not respond within a couple of days, please be patient, we will respond as quickly as we can.