This is the news we’ve been waiting to tell you: we are reopening the theatres! The new measures announced by the Generalitat of Catalonia this Thursday, that starting Monday, 23 November, theatre performances at 50% capacity and a limit of 500 people will once again be allowed.
Some restrictions remain in place, such as the night-time curfew, so we have had to bring forward the starting times of the functions scheduled for late evening so that they can be held normally. If you have tickets for any of these shows, you will receive a specific notification informing you that they will be starting at 7.30 pm or 8 pm:
—Torneig de Dramatúrgia
—Vania en la calle 42
—Encara hi ha algú al bosc
—Història d’un senglar
At the Festival we have gone to great lengths to reschedule the shows affected by the closure of theatres these last few weeks and we are looking for new dates, adapting to the availability of artists and exhibition halls, which is why the festival will be running until Tuesday, 22 December. You can see how the rescheduled in-person programme here.
We strictly follow the measures established by the Procicat authority: the control of the theatre hall capacity, proper ventilation, disinfection before and after each function, the obligation to use masks at all times, ensuring a minimum distance between groups purchasing their tickets together as well as a series of specific protocols for entering and leaving the premises, among other measures, which you can consult on the web page: Temporada Alta, a Safe Space.
See you at the theatre!
(However, if you prefer to stay home, you can also check out the remote programme here).