The Man in the White Suit to close earlier than expected
| By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
The producers of West End musical The Man in the White Suit regretfully announce that the show will end its run at Wyndham's Theatre sooner than expected. The reason for the production's early closure is poor ticket sales, which ultimately led to the producers' making the difficult decision to give it the boot.
The Man in the White Suit must end 7 December 2019
Originally set to close on 11 January 2020, Sean Foley's adaptation of the acclaimed comedy by Ealing Studios must now close on 7 December 2019. The musical's headlining stars, Stephen Mangan, Sue Johnston, and Kara Tointon, will give their final bows at the Wyndham's Theatre in London on the 78th Anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor, it has been confirmed.
The producers of The Man in the White Suit issued a statement on the show's early cancellation, starring "Despite winning praise from audiences, sales for the show have not proved strong enough and producers have taken the difficult decision to end the run early."
Ticketholders for Man in the White Suit performances scheduled after 7 December are advised to contact their point of sale.
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