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Oxford City to move to Tier 2 Covid Restrictions from 31 Oct 2020

Oxford City to move to Tier 2 Covid Restrictions from 31 Oct 2020
posted 29 Oct 2020

Oxford City to move to Tier 2 Covid Restrictions from 31 October 2020

From Saturday 31 October (00.01hrs), Oxford City will move to a Tier 2 local Covid alert level (High).  Oxford Playhouse is pleased to confirm, that under the Government guidance, socially-distanced live in-person events are still permitted for single households and support bubbles.  

 

What You Need to Do

If you have booked tickets for an Oxford Playhouse live event and your seating bubble contains people from other households (or support bubbles), or if you are travelling to Oxford Playhouse from a Tier 3 area, then please email boxoffice@oxfordplayhouse.com with your booking details. Our team will be able to help and advise you on the options available to you. The team will also be calling bookers over the coming days to check the status of their groups.

If your booking does not include tickets for anyone outside of your household (or support bubble), you do not need to take any further action.

Our next live event at Oxford Playhouse is Nina Conti - The Dating Show (work in progress) on Sunday 1 November at 8pm.

 

Live Stream Tickets

If you have purchased a Live Stream ticket for an upcoming event, you do not need to take any further action.

 

Covid Secure Measures

The safety of our audiences and staff continues to be of the utmost importance to Oxford Playhouse.  We have a range of Covid-secure measures (link) in place in the theatre to ensure that our live events can be enjoyed safely by our audiences.  Oxford Playhouse remains committed to regularly reviewing these safety measures and will update when necessary. 

Click Here to View our Covid Secure Measures

 

Thank you for your ongoing support of the Playhouse.

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