Important Announcement

Latest COVID-19 Advisory

Updated – 5 January 2021

Pangdemonium appreciates your support and places the utmost importance in the wellbeing and safety of our audiences, artists, and staff during this extraordinary period.

On 14 December 2020, the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced that Singapore would start Phase Three of Re-opening from 28 December 2020. Indoor live performances may have up to 250 audience members in zones of up to 50 persons each, subject to the prevailing Safe Management Measures (SMMs).

For our production of Girls & Boys, we will have the following SMMs in place at the Drama Centre Theatre:


• There will be a maximum of four zones of 50 audience members each.

• Entry into the theatre will be segregated into four zones. Drama Centre staff will be onsite to advise on the entry point for each zone.

• Seating arrangements will have at least a 1m safe distance all around – either between groups of a maximum of 4, or between each individual.

• Seats are configured with staggered seating adopted to ensure at least 1m between groups of audiences (singles to group sizes of up to 4 persons).

• Audience are strongly encouraged to download the TraceTogether app or bring along their token for entry into our venues.

• Audience will be required to wear a mask for the duration of the performance.

• There will be no interval to reduce audience interaction.

• Audience will be requested to stay seated at the end of the performance. Organised exit from the theatre will be managed to prevent crowding at the exit.

• All ticketing will be contactless. Your e-tickets have been sent to your email inbox upon purchase. If you are unable to locate it, please contact SISTIC at 6348 5555.

• Drama Centre is SG Clean certified – there will be regular wipe down of high touch points in our venues before and after each performance.

• There will also be hand sanitisers around the venue.

• OTC Café has resumed operations on 2 July 2020, with safe-distancing, contact tracing and precautionary measures in-place.


These requirements are subject to further review based on the global situation and developments in Singapore, including changes to MOH’s advisories.