Hundreds of ticket holders for the five nights of performance thought the show would be cancelled and their money lost, but now the Scouts, Guides, back-stage crew, families and friends are smiling again, thanks to Junction24. Not only will all tickets already sold for the shows be honoured, but “The Venue@J24” also offers more space for additional seating. The show will run on its original dates - Tuesday 9 April until Saturday 13 April, inclusive.
Show Director, Dave Mullen, made the surprise announcement at Junction24 to key members of the cast after being offered the facility by Patch Jobson, Marketing and Events Manager of Junction24.
Dave Mullen comments, “We are really thrilled that the show can still go ahead for 2013. We had lost money and were struggling to find a solution, but we knew we just had to continue with our rehearsals and hope something would come along. Thankfully it did, in the shape of Junction24.”
Patch Jobson, Marketing and Events Manager at Junction24, said, “We don’t want regional audiences or community groups to suffer when we have the space, availability and passion to make sure these shows go ahead. I am so pleased we could help.”
In order to honour all of the tickets previously sold from The Brewhouse, the organisers at Junction24 need to be contacted by existing ticket holders to confirm their seats. Junction24 is asking ticket holders to email the following details to email@example.com, on Monday 11 March from 11am. Where email access is not available, please call 01278 662200. The details needed are:
Full name, address and contact telephone number
The number of tickets purchased
The date of the performance they were attending
Any special requirements, e.g. access
Additional tickets will then go on sales From Thursday March 14 at 11am. These however, can only be purchased from www.junction24ltd.co.uk
Junction24 is part of a multi-purpose events complex which can host events for 12-2,350 people. It is part of the biggest and most successful Livestock Auction Centre in the South.