Amber Davies reveals Bring It On music tour has been canceled

Amber Davies was heartbroken on Monday as she revealed that the touring production of Bring It On, the musical, had been cancelled.

The cheerleader-themed musical has become the latest casualty of the pandemic after eight other theaters were temporarily closed last month due to rising Covid cases.

Sharing the news with fans, the 25-year-old former Love Island star – who had played Squad Captain Campbell in the musical – posted a host of snaps from her time on the show.

Sad: Amber Davies was heartbroken when she revealed the Bring It On music tour had been canceled due to ‘self-isolation requirements’ on Monday

Amber shared two mirror selfies in costume, while another showed her on stage. Another photo showed a picture of her in character with a huge red cross painted on it.

Another showed him looking very sullen with tears in his eyes as she lay on a bed.

Another photo showed her outside posing with the show’s publicity, while another was a group photo with the cast.

Alongside the photos, Amber wrote, “I post this with a heavy heavy heart. “@bringitonuktour producers sadly announce that due to self-isolation requirements, resulting in the cancellation of 13 shows at @southbankcentre, the show will no longer be able to continue on tour.”

End of an era: Former Love Island star starred as Squad Captain, Campbell in cheerleader-themed musical

End of an era: Former Love Island star starred as Squad Captain, Campbell in cheerleader-themed musical

Uspetting: She posted a slew of snaps from her time on the show, including two in the mirror in costume, while another showed her on stage

Uspetting: She posted a slew of snaps from her time on the show, including two in the mirror in costume, while another showed her on stage

“I don’t think I’ve ever really felt the true meaning of ’emptied’ until now, but I know one thing for sure, we’ll be leaving this show on a HIGH.

“I will cherish every second I have left on stage and feel eternally grateful to have worked with such an incredibly talented cast, creatives and crew – friends I have made for life.”

She continued: “It’s a hard pill to swallow, I feel like it’s over before it even really starts, but I just want to say a big thank you to each and every one of you who came out. watch the show – it was a blast.

“So here is the beginning of the end of what I can only describe as truly some of the best months of my entire life.

Heartbreaking: Another showed he looked very sullen with tears in his eyes as she lay on a bed

Heartbreaking: Another showed he looked very sullen with tears in his eyes as she lay on a bed

Sad: Along with the photos, Amber wrote a very moving message to her followers

Sad: Along with the photos, Amber wrote a very moving message to her followers

“WE HAVE TWO WEEKS LEFT IN LONDON. Grab your tickets and let’s have some fun. The arts industry is hurting, it’s tougher than ever – for us 7 months of work just vanished. @nadinedorries the industry you’re in charge of s is collapsing. There is no support. Please do something!

“For anyone going through turmoil, just remember that times will change. If you’re struggling, no matter what your journey in life, you’re not alone. Our worst days are temporary and with each bad day we will gain 10 better days. Keep the smile.’

Producers at Selladoor Worldwide said in a statement: “The cancellation of 13 performances resulted in a crushing loss of revenue for the production during a peak period that would otherwise have provided a vital financial backbone to the tour.”

“This loss of income, amounting to hundreds of thousands of pounds, unfortunately made the rest of the tour financially unsustainable. It would be irresponsible for us to continue, and so we have no choice but to cancel the rest of the tour.

She wrote: “I post this with a heavy heavy heart. "@bringitonuktour producers sadly announce that due to self-isolation requirements, resulting in the cancellation of 13 shows at @southbankcentre, the show will no longer be able to continue on tour"

She wrote: “I post this with a heavy heavy heart. “@bringitonuktour producers sadly announce that due to self-isolation requirements, resulting in the cancellation of 13 shows at @southbankcentre, the show will no longer be able to continue on tour”

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Ending: “I don’t think I’ve ever really felt the true meaning of ’emptied’ until now, but I know one thing for sure, we’ll be leaving this show on a HIGH”

“We did not take this decision lightly and have explored all possible alternatives to avoid cancellation. Selladoor remains incredibly proud of this fantastically received production and is grateful to everyone who worked so hard on it, and to all the audiences who cheered us on.

“We are only too aware of the impact this will have on our wonderful cast, crew, musicians and creative team – as well as our audiences, venues and vendors that we had to work with while on tour.

“We are heartbroken to have been forced into this position, but the impact of these cancellations caused by Omicron has left us with no other choice.”

Performances at the Southbank Center are unaffected by this cancellation and the show will therefore end its run on January 22.

She continued:

She continued: “I will cherish every second I have left on stage and feel eternally grateful to have worked with such an incredibly talented cast, creatives and crew – friends I have made for life”

In December, the shows had to be canceled due to a “Covid-19 outbreak within the company”.

A message on Twitter read: ‘Due to the persistence of Covid-19 cases within the company, we unfortunately have no choice but to cancel the 3pm performance on Sunday 19th December and the performances at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 21.

“All ticket holders will be contacted shortly by their original point of purchase on how to rebook for another performance or receive a refund.

“On behalf of everyone at Bring It On The Musical, we apologize for any inconvenience caused, but we hope you understand that these circumstances are beyond our control.”

“We look forward to welcoming you back to our cheer camp again in the not-too-distant future.”

Canceled: Producers Selladoor Worldwide said in a statement:

Cancelled: Producers Selladoor Worldwide said in a statement: ‘The cancellation of 13 performances has resulted in an overwhelming loss of revenue for the production during a peak period’

The show featured a score by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tom Kitt, with lyrics by Miranda and Amanda Green, and a book by Jeff Whitty.

It opened in the United States and was subsequently nominated for a number of Tony Awards.

Alongside Amber, Louis Smith plays Cameron, Vanessa Fisher plays Danielle, Alicia Belgarde plays Eva, Georgia Bradshaw plays Nautica, Marvyn Charles plays Twig, Chelsea Hall makes her professional debut in Bridget, Chloe Pool plays Skylar, Biancha Szynal plays Kylar and Samuel Wilson-Freeman as Steve.

The role of La Cienega is played by Jal Joshua, while Connor Carson played Randall.

Disappointing: in December, programs had to be canceled due to a

Disappointing: In December, shows had to be canceled due to a “Covid-19 epidemic within the company”

Last month, parts of London’s West End were effectively in lockdown as theater performances were suspended due to growing fears over the new variant of Covid sweeping the capital.

Big-budget productions from The Lion King at the Lyceum to Life of Pi at Wyndham’s Theater have halted performances due to virus outbreaks among their cast and crew – a move costing producers hundreds of thousands of pounds.

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of A Comedy Of Errors at the Barbican and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at Wembley has also been cancelled, while the National Theater postponed a preview of Hex after a lead actor has caught the virus.

Others that had been suspended included The Rhythmics at the Southwark Playhouse, Force Majeure at the Donmar Warehouse and Fair Play at the Bush Theatre. The Moulin Rouge at the Piccadilly Theater has also suspended shows.

Sad news: A message on Twitter read: 'Due to the persistence of Covid-19 cases within the company, we unfortunately have no choice but to cancel the 3pm performance on Sunday 19th December and performances at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 21.

Sad news: A message on Twitter read: ‘Due to the persistence of Covid-19 cases within the company, we unfortunately have no choice but to cancel the 3pm performance on Sunday 19th December and performances at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 21.