All people coming into the theatre will need to sign in for contact tracing by either using your smartphone to scan the QR code displayed or writing your contact details on our sign-in sheet.
To make sure the space is as hygienic as possible, there will be hand sanitising stations around the theatre and regular cleaning throughout.
Each event will adhere to recommended social distancing guidelines. This means numbered seating, a limited number of seats per event, and at least a metre between each group of seats.
We encourage you to purchase tickets online to limit physical ticket sales and recommend displaying your ticket on your smartphone to reduce contact and waste.
The health and welfare of our visitors is something we take very seriously. We follow Ministry of Health advice on COVID-19 and encourage all our patrons to do the same. We are monitoring and managing the risks to make our venue a safe and welcoming space. At this stage we are intending to operate as usual with an audience capacity under 100 and space between seats for social distancing in compliance with the advice for attending & hosting public events released by the Ministry of Health. This advice can be viewed by clicking on this post. We will keep you updated on a show by show basis and encourage all people visiting the venue to adhere to the advice given by the Ministry of Health and to not come to events if you are feeling unwell.
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