One year since ERT closed its doors...Fri 26th March 2021
How time flies... This week marks a whole year since ERT shut its doors. It's not quite the Coronaversary anyone was hoping for, but ERT have taken this moment to focus on the positives and look back on what has been a MASSIVE year for them regardless. Here's what they had to say:
The last 12 months have been undoubtedly challenging for us, but they've also been a unique opportunity. Since March 2020 we've hosted our first ever online production, regularly live-streamed musicians, comedians, book readings and interviews, launched a book club, a blog and a fundraiser, revisited Spoonface Steinberg and, most of all, done our best to keep theatre alive during these strange times.
Now that we can finally begin to look ahead, it feels like there's a lot to look forward to – certainly a lot more than there was this time last year... And, do you know what? We've already got a few things that we can't wait to finally show you...
'The Pirates of Penzance' like never before...
Romance? Check. Comedy? Check. Musical? Check.
Sasha Regan's unique take on Gilbert & Sullivan's swash-buckling classic will be available to livestream from 29th March to 5th April via stream.theatre in partnership with ERT. And tickets are available now! Book them here.