The Capitol Centre is postponing or cancelling all events scheduled through April 30, in an effort to protect the health of the downtown institution’s patrons.
There are no planned public art exhibitions at the WKP Kennedy Gallery until May 1.
Marketing Director Caroline Parnell-Barry said efforts are underway to negotiate new show dates and times, which will then be conveyed to patrons. The Box Office staff will be contacting ticket holders of all shows affected to provide information and redemption options.
The following Capitol Centre movies are now cancelled:
- Free Family Movie: Playing with Fire (originally scheduled for March 18)
- Throwback Thursday: The NeverEnding Story (originally scheduled for March 19)
- Sunday Cinema: Little Women (originally scheduled for March 22)
- Free Family Movie: Wonder Park (originally scheduled for March 29)
The following live performance events are now postponed or cancelled:
- Thane Dunn’s Elvis the Comeback King – postponed until May 30
- Capitol Centre’s Annual Children’s Festival – postponed until July 25-26
- The New Shanghai Circus – postponed, new date TBA
- Snowed in Comedy Tour – postponed, new date TBA
- Spring Sing – postponed, new date TBA
- NB Symphony Orchestra, Brilliant Beethoven – cancelled
- The Man in Black – postponed, new date TBA
- The Just for Laughs Roadshow Tour – postponed until April 2021 (more info TBA)
Parnell-Barry explained, “All shows and events have been updated, as much as possible, on our website at capitolcentre.org. Ticketholders of all Capitol Centre shows affected will be contacted by Box Office staff. All ticket holders of the North Bay Symphony-Brilliant Beethoven show will be contacted by representatives from the North Bay Symphony.”