Wearing face coverings is not mandatory in venues in Scotland. However, if you would like to do so, you are very welcome to wear a face covering.
Social distancing is no longer a legal requirement in Scotland. If the Scottish Government reintroduces social distancing, we shall of course comply, and we shall contact ticketholders if changes need to be made.
We have undertaken a full COVID-19 risk assessment, in addition to our normal operating risk assessments.
We were part of the See It Safely scheme organised by Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre, and also supported by the Federation of Scottish Theatre, when this scheme was operating. This means we pledged to follow the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines as well as additional requirements set by the scheme. We lodged our Covid risk assessment with the scheme and agreed to spot-checks.
To keep you safe, we clean the venue before every performance and regularly disinfecting.
Please use the hand sanitiser provided around the site.
The theatre is a converted byre. Pre-COVID we used to close all the air vents and run the heating so it was quite cosy, but now we have all the air vents open and keep the theatre doors open as much as possible, so the space is well ventilated. It could get chilly so please wear warm clothing and consider bringing a rug.
If you (or any of your group) develop show any symptoms of a respiratory infection such as coronavirus, and you have a high temperature or do not feel well enough to carry out normal activities, please do not attend.
If you feel ill and you will not be able to use your ticket, and it is more than 48 hours before the performance start time, you can use our no-quibble refund (please see the FAQ above). You are also welcome to pass your ticket to someone else to use instead.
If you become unwell after your theatre visit and display COVID-19 symptoms, follow the instructions at NHSinform.scot.