News from the Stables
Keeping us safe at the Theatre
Following the announcement made by the Prime Minister on Wednesday 8thDecember it has been announced on the BBC website that mask wearing in theatres will be mandatory from Friday 10th December.
As Christmas approaches, and into the New Year, it is vital that we ensure the Stables Theatre continues to be a safe environment to visit and work in.
So in light of the latest UK Government mandate, all audience members will need to wear face coverings around the building unless exempt (or whilst actively eating and drinking), and we ask that audience members take a rapid lateral flow test (LFT) before attending a performance – many people will already doing this as part of their current work pattern. Face coverings are mandatory, LFT are a suggestion.
First nights of all Stables plays will continue to be fully masked and socially distanced performances.
The Stables has adopted testing protocols for all Front of House, Bar, Box Office, Backstage crews, as well as performers. We also have enhanced cleaning, contactless ticketing and the ability to exchange tickets if unable to attend due to Covid-19.
Everyone is working extremely hard to ensure that theatre continues to be a welcoming place for all and we thank you for your continued support of The Stables Theatre’
THE STABLES COUNCIL