Updated – 21 April 2021
Pangdemonium appreciates your support and places the utmost importance in the wellbeing and safety of our audience, artists, and staff during this extraordinary period.
The National Arts Council (NAC) announced that zoning will no longer be required for live performances from 24 April 2021.
All persons entering live performance venues should check in to SafeEntry through either scanning the QR code using the TraceTogether App on their phone or by presenting their TraceTogether Token to be scanned. Other check-in modes, such as using the phone’s camera, SingPass Mobile, other QR code reader apps, or using NRIC/FIN and other photo IDs, may not be accepted, and patrons may be denied entry. The widespread use of TraceTogether in these venues will allow quicker contract tracing and ringfencing of any infections.
For our production of The Mother, we will have the following SMMs in place at the Victoria Theatre:
- Entry into the venue is by TraceTogether app or token only. No other forms of SafeEntry check-in will be accepted. Patrons who do not check-in using TraceTogether will be denied entry into the venue and tickets will be non-refundable.
- 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 members will be required to wear a mask for the duration of the performance.
- There will be no interval to reduce audience interaction.
- Audience are 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.
- Victoria Theatre is SG Clean certified – there will be regular wipe down of high touch points in our venues before and after each performance.
- There will be hand sanitisers around the venue.
These requirements are subject to further review based on the global situation and developments in Singapore, including changes to MOH’s advisories.