Stratford Pageant has cancelled performances right up until Might two.
On Friday, pageant officials claimed the cancellations were intended to aid slow the unfold of the coronavirus.
Performances are cancelled from April eleven to Might two, as are all public events scheduled in the festival’s facilities in March and April.
Cancelling events in the facilities is meant to defend the artists and crew, although cancelling performances is meant to defend audiences and the wider Stratford local community, in accordance to government director Anita Gaffney.
The pageant will be speaking to ticket holders to set up re-bookings for demonstrates.
Gaffney claimed the determination will have a “multi-million-greenback influence on our group and the surrounding tourism economy.”