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Theatre Royal Bath has announced their plans to reopen their doors with a brand new programme of performances scheduled to begin this autumn.

All the shows in this new programme will adhere to social distancing, with the venue's capacity cut from 888 to 375. Those with priority access can book tickets from the 4th September, with general sale starting the following week. 

The new season will feature three modern classics; Betrayal by Harold Pinter, which is set to be directed by the venue's artistic director, Jonathan Church, and will run from 14th to 31st October),  Copenhagen by Michael Frayn which is to be revived by Polly Findlay (playing from 4th to 21st November) and a Nicole Charles-helmed production of David Mamet's Oleanna (from 25th November to 12th December).

Casting and full creative teams for the season are to be revealed, but will be announced soon.