Our patrons' safety is our top priority this year. And with our first in-person show of the season coming up quickly on February 16th, we want to reassure you of the safety measures we will be implementing.
Please remember that if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 to please refrain from attending the show. It's a group effort to keep everyone safe, and we all need to do our part - even if it means missing out on a Globe Theatre performance.
Safety Measures We are Implementing to Keep you Safe
1. Socially distanced Seating + Reduced Capacities
Seating will now be socially distanced between groups. That means that there will be an empty seat infront, beside, and behind your group or individual ticket, as purchased. By nature, having socially distanced seating cuts down our house capacity making your risk exposure to COVID-19 exponentially lower. In fact, this reduces our capacity by more than half.
2. Requiring proof of vaccination
Nothing new here, as we required proof of vaccination at our Christmas show. However, we figured it was a good reminder that as per government guidelines, we do require proof of vaccination to enter the building.
3. Masks are required at all times, unless eating or drinking
Masks are an essential and easy part to keep those around you safe. As such, and per government guidelines, you will be required to wear a mask at all times. Our staff will be monitoring this as best they can to ensure proper mask wearing.
4. Enhanced cleaning protocols
To eliminate the spread of COVID-19, our staff will be frequently disinfecting high traffic areas, providing and encouraging hand sanitizer upon entry, and santizing all other areas in between performances.
Policies Subject to Change
For good or for bad, safety precautions are subject to change as per government guidelines and as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses over the coming months. But for now, you can buy tickets and attend the shows, knowing that you will be socially distanced from other groups and we will be enforcing proof of vaccination and mask wearing.
Please don't hesitate to call or message us with any questions or concerns you may have regarding safety measures.
Feel better now about attending a show?
Jeff Irving and Stephen Gartner in Around the World in 80 Days. Directed by Ruth Smillie. Set and Costume Design by Roger Schultz. Lighting Design by Louise Guinand. Composer and Sound Design by Gilles Zolty. Fight Direction by Ryland Alexander.