24th June 2021 - 25th June 2021
THIS IS A PRIVATE EVENT FOR CLIFTON COLLEGE PARENTS ONLY
When Dick Whittington hears that the streets of London are paved with gold, he can’t wait to seek his fortune. But things don’t quite work out how he expects.
Come and join us at the Redgrave Theatre as Year 3 re-tell the story of Dick Whittington.
Please read the following document carefully prior to your visit and contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 3157 800 if you have any queries.
The Redgrave Theatre is committed to keeping all of our audiences, staff and artists safe during their visit. To help us do this we are:
Creating a one-way system and putting up directional signage to assist your journey through the venue.
Cleaning all surfaces that are contact points more frequently, including fogging in the auditorium before and after each show.
Collecting all visitors’ information to facilitate NHS Test and Trace.
Providing a drink to seat service upon arrival and for customers who have pre-ordered drinks. For any additional services we will provide contactless ordering and payment. ID will be required for any customers purchasing alcoholic beverages for both pre-ordering and in person.
Issuing e-tickets to minimise contact and reduce queuing time.
Social distancing our auditorium with a minimum of 2 metres between each group.
Providing hand sanitiser on all entry/exit points into the auditorium and toilets.
Ensuring all staff have been trained in our Covid-19 procedures and are wearing face coverings.
In order to help us keep you safe and ensure a smooth operation, we kindly ask all customers to:
Arrive at the venue 30 minutes before the performance via the left hand side of the theatre via the alleyway. Redgrave staff will be on hand to assist you upon arrival and show you to your seats. Please do not use the front doors of the theatre for entering and exiting the building, except in an emergency.
Provide name and contact details to support NHS Test and Trace (over 16 years old). The theatre will provide an NHS QR code poster at the entrance to make this easier for any customers using the NHS COVID-19 app. Customers who do not have this app will be able to provide their details to the staff on arrival. For more information regarding the NHS Test and Trace please visit Performing arts - Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19) - Guidance. It is a legal requirement for all customers to do this on arrival before entry to the theatre is permitted.Guests that refuse to share their details will not be able to enter the building. Your details will not be used for anything else but to aid NHS Test and Trace and will be securely destroyed at the end of 21 days.
Please have your e-ticket ready to show to a member of staff.
Follow signage and instructions from theatre staff.
Attend in groups no larger than 2 individuals.
Wear a face covering inside the theatre throughout your visit, including during performance, except when you are eating/drinking at your seat or have an exemption.
Please do not go to the bar as all pre-ordered drinks will be delivered to your seat upon arrival.
Use the hand sanitiser provided throughout the building and regularly wash hands.
Maintain a distance from other customers of at least 2 metres throughout the theatre.
Please remain seated at all times during the performance. If you do need to leave the auditorium to use the toilets please follow the one way system in place. You may need to wait to be re-admitted until a suitable point in the performance by a member of staff.
Please remain seated at the end of the performance until a member of staff shows you which exit to use. You will exit row by row to ensure physical distancing between groups.
Please do not attend The Redgrave Theatre if you:
Believe you may be infected with COVID-19, whether you have symptoms or not
Have experienced symptoms in the last 14 days (high temperature, new persistent cough, loss of taste/smell)
Have been in close proximity to anyone who has experienced symptoms in the last 14 days
Have arrived in England in the last 14 days from a country where UK quarantine restrictions apply
Have been instructed to self-isolate
We encourage anyone in your group that is clinically vulnerable, or who is in the same household or support bubble as someone who considers themselves vulnerable, to make their own assessment whether they should attend.
We hope you enjoy your visit!
We have been 'See It Safely' approved
We have been granted the use of Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' mark. The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences. You can find out more here [LINK TO YOUR INFORMATION] about the measures we [OR say 'theatres' and link to Official London Theatre here: https://officiallondontheatre.com/see-it-safely/] have been putting in place ready for your visit, and what you will need to know beforehand.
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