Following further easing of COVID-19 restrictions by the NSW Government, the Jetty Memorial Theatre can now welcome back audiences of up to 127 people – half the venue’s capacity.
In line with the COVID-19 tracing requirements, seating will be allocated and there is a maximum of three people per each online booking. Physical distancing and hygiene practices will remain in place.
“Even with a maximum audience capacity of 44 people the popularity of the Theatre as a well-loved entertainment venue has been undiminished – and it’s great to see this change happening in time for the ‘Great Southern Nights – Land of 1000 Gigs’ music event,” said Enzo Accadia, Coffs Harbour City Council’s Section Leader Community Programs.
Now more people can enjoy the latest shows which include:
- Fortnightly Cinematinee screenings with double showings at 2pm and 6pm.
- The return of live music with ‘Lonesome Train’ and ‘Honey & Knives’ as part of the ‘Great Southern Nights – Land of 1000 Gigs’ music event that is bringing 1,000 COVID-safe performances to live music venues throughout Greater Sydney and regional NSW during November.
For more information, check out the Jetty Theatre’s COVIDSafe Plan.
To keep up-to-date with all the shows that had to be postponed due to COVID-19, go to www.jettytheatre.com or follow the Theatre on social media.
The Jetty Theatre Box Office is open each week from Tuesday to Friday, 12pm-4pm.