The actors of Neighbours will travel to the United Kingdom for their much-anticipated UK tour.
The Neighbours: Live in Conversation show was meant to take place in London’s West End in 2020, however the date was pushed back owing to the pandemic.
The production firm of Neighbours, FremantleMedia, and live events company Maple Tree Entertainment, have announced that the original show has been rescheduled for March 2023, with an additional seven performances around the UK.
The following are the tour dates:
Monday, March 6 – Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Wednesday, March 8 – Edinburgh Festival Theatre
Friday, March 10 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sunday, March 12 – Cardiff St David’s Hall
Tuesday, March 14 – London Palladium Theatre
Thursday, March 16 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Saturday, March 17 – Brighton Centre
Sunday, March 18 – Southampton Mayflower Theatre
Tickets will be going on general sale at all venues on June 17, with a pre-sale on June 15.
“We knew the love for the show could see it tour the UK when Neighbours: Live in Conversation sold out within 24 hours,” Dean Elliott, producer at Maple Tree Entertainment, said in a statement. “There is no better time to take to the road than to mark the end and to honour its rich and lengthy history.”
“We can’t wait to give the fans a show they’ll enjoy and deserve.”
At each location, there will be meet-and-greet chances as well as a Q&A session.
Neighbours was cancelled in March after Channel 5 cut it from their schedule and the show was unable to acquire new funding.
The theatre play, which is now a farewell tour, will take place after the beloved soap’s final episode, which will premiere on August 1 this year.
The soap is gearing up to tie up some loose ends and welcome back some familiar faces to Ramsay Street ahead of the one-hour finale.