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London’s Natural History Museum closes for a week amid Covid-related ‘staff shortages,’ Some Theatre Shows Close
The Natural History Museum is being forced to close its doors for a week due to “staff shortages” related to coronavirus.
The South Kensington visitor attraction has had to make the “difficult decision” to shut from Tuesday after front-of-house staff were “impacted by Covid-19 infections and isolation requirements”.
In a statement, the museum said: “We will remain closed to the public until reopening on Tuesday December 28, when we hope that staffing levels will have recovered.
“The Natural History Museum’s ice rink will continue to operate as scheduled as this is managed and staffed by external contractors who are currently able to continue the operation.
“This is not a decision we have taken lightly, but the safety of staff and visitors must always come first.”
Refunds will be issued for tickets to Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder Of Nature exhibition and Wildlife Photographer of the Year, featuring the winning submission from Laurent Ballesta for his “enigmatic image” from Fakarava, French Polynesia.
A string of shows have also had to cancel performances due to rising coronavirus cases.
The West End performance of Disney’s The Lion King will be closed from Tuesday due to “ongoing Covid-enforced absences” among the cast and crew.
A statement on Twitter said: “Unfortunately, performances of Disney’s The Lion King in London scheduled to take place between Tuesday, December 21 and Sunday, December 26 can no longer play as scheduled.
“We hope to resume performances on Tuesday, December 28 at 7.30 pm and will provide further information as soon as possible.
“On behalf of everyone at Disney’s The Lion King, we apologize for the disappointment and for any inconvenience this may cause.”
A string of London-based theatre performances have faced cancellations since last week due to “Covid-enforced absences.”
Performances of Cabaret At The Kit Kat Club, featuring Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley and being staged at the Playhouse Theatre in the West End, were canceled last week, with more cancellations announced on December 20.
The Book Of Mormon has also canceled a week of shows following an “exponential” rise in positive Covid cases within their London cast and crew.
On Instagram, producers announced: “We have had to make the decision to cancel all performances of The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre until Monday, December 27.
“This means all performances scheduled between Monday, December 20 and Thursday, December 23 are now canceled.
“Once again, we would like to apologize for the inconvenience caused. Please check back for further updates regarding performances scheduled from December 27.”
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