September 2020 Update:
Due to the on-going and ever changeable situation with Covid–19, we are not able to host any live performances during this academic trimester and perhaps not until 2021. We understand how disappointed our audiences will be, but the health and wellbeing of our students, staff, audiences and artists is of the utmost importance to us.
So, we’re redirecting our focus for the forthcoming trimester and we’re pleased to share that our large theatre spaces will instead primarily become teaching spaces. This means we’re able to further support staff and students with socially-distanced rehearsals and classes.
Nevertheless, we still have some hugely exciting online events coming up this year so, watch this space as we will be platforming some highlights from our student and industry collaborations, including an artist and teaching residency with Imitating the Dog – more on that soon!
We will also continue to actively share online events, live performances, activities, and opportunities on offer from our industry friends, associate artists and colleagues across our social media pages and our blog!
We thank you all for your continued support, we can’t wait to share our stories with you over the coming year and hear from you about your plans. If we can help, we’d be happy to.
Best wishes, Niki, Ash, Mark, Hannah, Georgia and the NAT community…
March 2020 Update:
In light of the government’s latest advice for people to avoid non-essential contact, the New Adelphi Theatre will now be closed until further notice.
Below is the current list of postponed public events:
March 17 – Luft Gesheft
March 25 – Innovations
March 25 – Under Construction Scratch Night
March 26 – Chinese Dance Showcase
March 28 – Not Quite Light Festival: Charlie Bubbles and Two Shot Podcast
March 31 – Translate: Test Card and Future Everything
April 3 – TAPRA
April 20 – Suspiciously Cheap Comedy
April 21 – New Adelphi Comedy Night
July 13 – National Youth Dance Company / Russell Maliphant
July 19 – The Little Mermaid Junior
We understand how disappointed our audiences will be, but the health and wellbeing of our students, staff, audiences and artists is of the utmost importance to us.
If you have any questions please complete our contact form, do not contact Box Office. Please bear with us; we are a small team and are working closely with our ticketing partner Fatsoma to process refunds to patrons as soon as possible. Once refunds have been actioned, transactions may take up to three weeks.
We’ll be keeping our audiences up to date via our website and social media channels as to when we may be able to reschedule events.
Thank you for your patience and continued support during this difficult time.
Additionally, University of Salford staff and students should refer here for guidance.