The Piccadilly Theatre has confirmed it will reopen today (November 11), with performances of Death of a Salesman resuming.
Ambassador Theatre Group, which owns and operates the theatre, had said on the weekend that it anticipated the venue reopening on November 11, subject to a final inspection from Westminster City Council.
In a statement, it said: “Following the incident at the Piccadilly Theatre on Wednesday November 6, Westminster City Council has granted permission for it to reopen following its final inspection. Therefore, ATG announces that performances will resume tonight, Monday, November 11 at 7.30pm.”
It added that the grand circle remains closed while repairs take place, with customers who have booked seats in that section being relocated to other parts of the theatre or offered the chance to exchange their tickets for a later date.
An internal investigation at the weekend found that the collapse of the ceiling had been caused by a localised water leak.
While the theatre was closed, the Young Vic held scratch performances of the play, directed by Marianne Elliott.