The Assembly Rooms in Derby will be closed for a minimum of 18 months following a serious fire just over a month ago, the city council has confirmed.
Customers who have purchased tickets for shows later this year at the Assembly Rooms will be reimbursed.
Adam Wilkinson, Chief Executive, said: “The Council is committed to a significant cultural facility in the city centre but due to the on-going assessment of damage after the fire, it has become clear we cannot re-open the building as quickly as we would like."
"We are continuing to work through the various options open to us, based on either refurbishing or replacing the current building.”
A street closed since a blaze on the roof of a multi-story car park at Derby's Assembly Rooms will reopen later.
Full Street is due to reopen to traffic today, following the major fire on Friday 14 March.
The venue itself will remain closed until May 11th. Nine shows had to be cancelled, and 6 have been rescheduled.
The road was closed over concerns the fire had left the car park structurally unsound.
The Assembly Rooms in Derby have revealed they will be closed until Sunday 11th May after a fire broke out in the car park last week.
Nine shows have been fully cancelled as a result, but six have been rescheduled.
Check out the full list of cancelled and rescheduled shows here. Customers will be given the choice of attended the revised date for the show or being given a full refund.
More than forty shows have had to be cancelled at Derby's Assembly Rooms following a fire last week.
Customers are being contacted by Derby Live after it was confirmed the Assembly Rooms in the city will be closed for at least eight weeks.
Events are being cancelled as there is all major services to the concert venue have been cut off following the fire which started in the plant room, located in the car park.
All events will go ahead as planned at the Guildhall Theatre.
Customers will be offered a full refund or given tickets to other shows when they are rearranged.
Drivers have been advised that they can continue to collect vehicles from car parks between 10.00am and 2.00pm tomorrow.
This comes after over 60 firefighters worked to tackle a huge blaze in the Assembly Rooms in Derby.
The blaze started yesterday evening.
Derby City Council say drivers who have parked in the Assembly Rooms in Derby can collect their cars between 11am and 4pm.
It says drivers must report to the Council House reception before being taken to their cars.
More than 60 firefighters have been tackling a large fire at a concert venue in Derby. Officers are now scaling down operations at the multi-storey car park next to the city's Assembly Rooms. Phil Brewster sent this report from the scene.