Covid-19 Update – And Then There Were None

 In 1812 Productions
It is very encouraging to see that the recent Coronavirus outbreak is being brought under control and the easing of restrictions has begun.
However, unfortunately, we have concluded it will be necessary to delay the opening of our upcoming production of “And Then There Were None” to make up for time lost in pre-production due to lockdown.  Also, it is unviable to reopening under the current 25% occupancy limit.
As a result, we will be delaying the opening by approximately 2 weeks, with opening night now being 1st July, and re-configure our seating plan for an anticipated 75% occupancy rate being allowed at that time. Over the next week, our ticket office will contact all holders of tickets with performance dates that have been re-scheduled, as well as any ticket holders that we will need to be relocated to enable us to keep within the anticipated 75% seating capacity for the auditorium, to arrange an alternative performance date/seating.
Please note, although we are targeting having an allowed 75% occupancy rate by 1st July, to have what we feel is a reasonable scenario to plan towards for our patrons, and the show’s cast & crew, there is no guarantee this will be permissible at this time, and if not, we will need to make further adjustments to dates and/or occupancy levels closer to the opening date.
Again, we apologise for the inconvenience caused; these are difficult and challenging times for everyone involved, but despite this, the health and safety of all who enter our theatre is always our highest priority – and we thank you for your understanding.