Covid-19 Update – And Then There Were None

Today’s notification by the Victorian government of an extension to the current lockdown until mid-next week means we will be unable to proceed with the final week’s performances of our current production of Agatha Christie’s – And Then There Were None, as scheduled.
As many of you will be aware, we have re-scheduled performance dates associated with this production several times now to try to work around lockdown dates & seating capacity restrictions, however, due to prior commitments of many of our cast & crew we are unable to re-schedule performances of this show any further.
As a result, we have no other option but to cancel all remaining performances.
Our office will contact all holders of tickets for performances that have been unable to go ahead, to offer their choice of a credit for a future show or a refund.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused, and appreciate your understanding under these challenging circumstances.
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  • It was our first time at the 1812 and we purchased tix for our family and my Dad for his 70th birthday. As HUGE fans of the vicar (I met Dawn French earlier this year!) I was not expecting anything too special to be honest. But we were all blown away by the production, the set, the professionalism and the frivolity of the night! To top it off, the supper was awesome. We did not actually have anything to eat as we had eaten dinner before the show but there was such a lovely selection. The immerse photo project was there too which just topped off our night! Fabulous job to everyone! Thanks for making the theatre accessible to all!

    Survey Response Attendee of The Vicar of Dibley 2016
  • I brought a girlfriend along as I had been told by some friends how good the performance was. We were not disappointed, it was funny, the sound was very good, our seats were in the gallery and we could see the stage very well. Could not get over the complimentary supper and drinks - this is a credit to the 1812 theatre/volunteers, heard lots of people as we mingled saying the same.  

    Survey Response Attendee of The Vicar of Dibley 2016
  • What a wonderful experience ! Loved everything about the evening from the free parking, quality free program, sherry on arrival, opportunity to view the photographic exhibition beforehand, chilled water at interval (not served from plastic - thank you!), delicious supper & OJ at the close of the evening, the special touch of audience participation and that's even before mentioning the outstanding set, terrific performance and reasonable ticket price. Well done, once again, from an appreciative audience member.

    Kathy D. Facebook Review
  • It is a great theatre the people are friendly and the plays are fantastic well worth going too.

    Jeanne T. Facebook Review
  • I have been attending the major theatres in Melbournes city for many years. Unfortunately, their ticket prices have increased ridiculously high, so last year we have decided to give local theatre a try and all l can say is why did l not discover this sooner. So what I'm saying is that l am so impressed with the productions l have seen so far that l can not think of anything that needs improving. From the theatre to the cast and to the staff and volunteers all is top class. More people need to make the switch like me.

    Survey Response Attendee of The Vicar of Dibley 2016
  • We always have dinner at the Royal beforehand, then stroll up to the theatre. It feels like being part of a huge family when we enter the doors. The welcoming smiles, not only from 1812 staff but the theatregoers as well, always lifts the spirits and our enthusiasm for the play we are about to be presented with.

    Survey Response Attendee of The Vicar of Dibley 2016