30. September 2020 - 19:30 till 21:30
Altrincham Garrick Playhouse, Altrincham
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Trevor Eve | Wednesday, 30. September 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Closure Update



Following the official government notification issued on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th March 2020, which stipulates that people should avoid public buildings, including theatres, we regret to announce that Altrincham Garrick Playhouse will close from today to help slow the spread of Coronavirus and to protect our patrons, staff and volunteers.



All public performances will cease/be postponed from Wednesday 18th March 2020 and we hope to be able to present this seasons remaining productions at a future date.



We will be in touch regarding options available to you for credit notes or transfers to other future performances, but as you will appreciate, we will prioritise the performances closest to today then be in touch with customers who have tickets booked for future shows as the length of closure becomes clearer.



Please bear with us – we will contact customers on an ongoing basis. Our customer service team will be very busy so please do not email or telephone regarding your booking, you will hear from us in due course.



This is an unprecedented event for our venue, and we thank you for your continued support and loyalty.



Best wishes



Your Garrick Playhouse Team.



Trevor Eve is one of Britain’s greatest actors. The two-time Olivier Award Winner became a household name as BBC TV detective Shoestring and has enjoyed an enormously successful stage, TV and film career. More recently, his work as Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd in BBC’s Waking The Dead has dazzled. Trevor’s debut novel, Lomita For Ever, was published last year and in a rare stage appearance he will reflect on the critically-acclaimed noir thriller. Joined by his wife, the actress Sharon Maughan, he will also reflect on a glittering career that has included working with Sir Laurence Olivier and performing for The Queen. Trevor will sign copies of Lomita For Ever and there will be readings, conversation and audience questions.