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|Emoji Fest||Dance Wright|
|Good Grief||Ugly Bucket and The Art of Grieving|
Performances up to the end of March 2022 will be socially distanced with one seat between each group. We will be encouraging audience members to wear face coverings throughout their visit, and to be considerate of others while in the theatre building.
From 1 April, performances will return to full capacity in both the Main Theatre and the Studio, with the exception of Company of Ten and St Albans Youth Music Theatre shows on Thursdays, which will continue to be socially distanced.
We would request that masks are worn for socially distanced performances unless you are exempt. This request is out of respect for those who have chosen to attend these performances because of specific access needs, health requirements and comfort levels.
There are a few things you can do to continue to help us keep everyone safe in the coming months:
And here are some things we will be doing to keep you safe:
Please note that both theatres may feel a little cooler as a result of this change.
An important change to our policy on refunds for tickets following a positive test.
From 1 April, we will offer a credit rather than an automatic refund if a customer receives a positive COVID-19 test result, or has symptoms which may be COVID-19.
Please do not attend the theatre if you have tested positive, or have symptoms. You should contact the Box Office in writing on firstname.lastname@example.org to request credit for a future performance.
This change to our policy remains in line with the See It Safely policy and aims to protect our audiences, while at the same time ensuring the financial resilience of our theatre as we emerge from the pandemic.