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Iolanthe Postponed

We are incredibly sad to say that we have, now, received notification from Freedom Leisure and Arun District Council that it will not be possible for The Windmill Entertainment Centre to be open in time for our October production of Iolanthe, despite the sterling efforts between everyone working tirelessly to find a way to bring the venue available in time.
If you have already booked your tickets for Iolanthe this October, please be patient whilst we organise our administrative steps to provide our options for you and we will contact you directly.
LPOS Vice Chair and Director for Iolanthe, Simon Jones, writes:
Sadly, owing to the ongoing situation at the Windmill Theatre, it is now confirmed that it will not be open in time to host our production of Iolanthe in October - and despite collective sterling efforts between LPOS and Freedom Leisure, with LPOS Committee working closely with the fantastic team at The Windmill Entertainment Centre and their managers - we have been unable to source an alternative venue for us to perform which meets all the requirements of space, tech, cast availability, dates and distance. It's worth remembering that performance venues and spaces are fully booked up through the year to keep them financially viable, which is why it has been so difficult to find an alternative.
So, it is is with heavy heart and profound regret that I am informing you that Iolanthe will not be being put on this year as planned and will, instead, be postponed to the October production slot next year which The Windmill have now secured for us.
This is massively disappointing and saddening across the piece for all involved - especially for the incredible cast, all as they have worked so, so hard in getting the show ready well in advance and creating an absolute masterpiece with all the energy and fun that G&S needs & there have been such good reports about how the rehearsals are going.
We hope that you will continue to support LPOS in the coming weeks and months as we look to produce more public production options and as we look to re-launch Iolanthe next year as well as as our April production The Pajama Game.

Thank you
Simon Jones
LPOS Vice Chair and Director of Iolanthe.

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