Power Outage in the West End Causes Cancellation of Miss Saigon Performance

News   Power Outage in the West End Causes Cancellation of Miss Saigon Performance The West End revival of Miss Saigon was forced to cancel its evening performance Oct. 21 due to a power outage in London's Soho area. Shortly after the Miss Saigon Twitter account announced, "Curtain up in one minute," audience members were sent home and told to contact point of sale for refunds and ticket exchange.

@MissSaigonUK announced Oct. 22 that power was restored at 10 PM and that "fingers crossed we will fly again today."

 

 

 

The show's stars, Eva Noblezada and Jon Jon Briones, also took to Twitter to apologize to ticket holders.

 

According to WhatsOnStage.com, more than 1,300 properties were affected in Soho, Covent Garden and Leicester Square after the outage struck just before 8 PM.

Miss Saigon is set to run through Feb. 27 2016, with future plans for productions around the world, including Broadway. The current production at the Prince Edward Theatre opened May 2014. For more information visit miss-saigon.com.

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