JEREMY JORDAN IN LONDON - IMPORTANT NOTE / changeS to the originally billed showS
A note from jeremy... [ dated 14th july 2018]
Hello UK fans!
First of all, you guys are awesome. Selling out my two concerts in October in record time!! Amazing!
However, some recent developments have arisen and I am sadly no longer available for those dates. As some of you may have heard, I've just been cast in a new Broadway play and we will be well into performances by the time those October concerts come around. But never fear!!!
Over the last week, my management has been working really hard with Club 11 London, Cadogan Hall and WhatsOnStage to make new arrangements. We’ve all decided to move my 28th October 2018 concerts to Sunday 2nd of September 2018.
Naturally, this is better than cancelling and not being able to come until 2019. I want to be the first to apologize to anyone who has purchased flights or train tickets. I hope you can understand that these things happen, and I REALLY hope you can still come to the show in September.
And some good news: Due to the change of dates, I’ve been able to add a third show on the 1st September at 7:30pm.
I’m of course excited to come back to London and can’t wait to see you all. Again, thank you for your understanding and patience.
Love to you all,
A NOTE FROM THE PRODUCERS
Thank you for your understanding, and we have worked hard to make sure Jeremy can be in London this year instead of having to wait until 2019/2020. We also congratulate him on getting a new Broadway role in Christopher Demos-Brown's, American Son.
All existing ticket holders for Jeremys shows should have received an email or a phone call from your point of sale confirming the change of date. This email may have gone into your spam, so please check!
Cadogan Hall and WhatsOnStage have automatically moved everyones tickets over to the new date (Sunday 2nd September) with EXACTLY the same seats. If you cannot make the new date please call your point of sale for a refund, information can be found on your ticket and the email you will have received from either Cadogan Hall or WhatsOnStage. Phone lines may be busy, but please bear with the customer services at this time.
Club 11 London
5 Sloane Terrace
London SW1X 9DQ
The easiest way to travel to Cadogan Hall is by public transport. Located two minutes walk from Sloane Square Tube, served by District and Circle lines, just one stop from Victoria station which has both mainline and additional Tube connections.