Terrible results are coming in from the Fairfield Hall in Croydon, which reopened in September after a £42.6 million refurbishment.
Up to the end of last year, the venue sold 88,000 tickets, amounting to a 26 per cent occupancy. Classical content has dwindled to near-zero.
There’s a fear the hall may soon have to shut.
Read the full horror here.
Then call Raymond Gubbay to help save this valuable performance asset from dereliction.
UPDATE: It just got worse.