London Theatres Reopen with Safety Measures in Place
See It Safely
The Safety Mark
London’s West End has finally opened up with safety measures firmly in place. To make sure that all theatre-goers have a safe and comfortable experience, the Society of London Theatre has developed an industry-wide mark - ‘See it Safely’ - for all theatres that follow the necessary COVID guidelines recommended by the government as well as the performing arts guidelines. Since the ‘See it Safely’ mark will only be granted to certain approved theatres that follow all the necessary safety guidelines, viewers can make sure of their safety and book their London theatre tickets with confidence.
Who can not attend West End shows?
- You are requested to not attend the show if you:
- Believe you are COVID positive
- Have experienced symptoms in the last 14 days
- 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 and are not covered by the exemption rules relating to self-isolation or
- Have been instructed to self-isolate
London Theatre Reopening FAQ
Yes. London theatres opened its doors to the public after a long gap on 17th May.
Death Drop, Love Letter, and Roles We'll Never Play are a few shows currently being showcased at London theatres.
Yes. Increased sanitization, pre-ordering facilities for food, contactless payments, paperless tickets, reduced seating capacities, etc, are some of the safety measures undertaken by London theatre.
Yes. Apart from social distancing methods, all safety measures are being followed by London theatres to ensure that the audience has a safe and comfortable theatre-going experience.
London theatre has developed an industry-wide mark called ‘See it Safely’ which will only be issued to theatres that follow all the government and performing arts guidelines.
Yes. Even though London theatre has only recently reopened its doors to the public, tickets are selling fast. Therefore, it is advisable to book your London theatre tickets at least a day or two in advance.
According to the roadmap issued by the government, theatres can start functioning without social-distancing measures from 21st June.