Autumn 2021 Priority Booking Information
We are pleased to welcome you back to our performances after such a long time away from the stage. However, as live performance is still covered by Covid restrictions, the booking and seating arrangements for the Autumn Season are very different this time and subject to change. Please note that these arrangements are put in place by the venues and are therefore outside our control. Your patience and understanding would be very much appreciated.
Full details of our activities for the 2021/2022 Season may be found by reading our recent press release.
WNO is not producing a printed brochure for the 2021/2022 Season. All the latest production details may be found on our Autumn web page.
Tickets for Spring and Summer 2022 will go on sale later this year and we will let you know the arrangements for this in due course.
How to book for Autumn 2021
Venues have made some changes to their ticket buying processes and audience capacities for Autumn 2021.
There is no in-person booking at any venue. All tickets must be booked online via the venue websites or via the telephone where available. If you do not already have an account on your chosen venue’s website, please create one before priority booking opens. If you don’t personally have access to a computer, perhaps a member of your family or a friend can help you for this Season.
If you need any assistance with your booking please contact the venue directly. We are sorry we are unable to help you as we have no access to their booking systems.
Autumn 2021 On sale and priority booking dates
|Venue||Priority booking||General booking||How to book|
|Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff||1 Jul||9 Jul||Online|
|Venue Cymru, Llandudno||1 Jul||9 Jul||Online or Phone|
|Birmingham Hippodrome||28 Jun||30 Jun||Online|
|The Bristol Hippodrome||28 Jun||2 Jul||Online or Phone|
|Oxford New Theatre||28 Jun||2 Jul||Online or Phone|
|Theatre Royal Plymouth||6 Jul||23 Jul||Online or Phone|
|Southampton Mayflower||14 Jun||17 Jun||Phone 02380 711811|
Some venues have reduced their audience capacity, so you may have less choice over your seats and there may also be limits on the maximum number of tickets you may book per performance.
Some theatres will issue e-tickets rather than printed tickets. These can be shown on your smartphone, or printed out at home before your visit. This will allow you to enter the venue more easily, minimise the amount of time you may have to queue, and reduce contact with the front of house team.
Pre-performance talks will not take place in the venues this year and are likely to be held digitally. We will confirm details when they are known.
Venues will advise details of all measures they have in place to ensure they are following current Covid guidelines for the safety of all customers.