As we emerge out of the last stage of lockdown, we want to clarify what we will and won’t ask of you, our audiences, as we welcome you back to our building.
It's important to note that we have always followed official guidance, and we will continue to do so.
We completely understand that whilst there are plenty of people who cannot wait to be freed from restrictions and to live a normal life again, there are others who will be cautious, perhaps even nervous about doing so. We want everybody to feel safe and welcome at The Roses, and so we ask the following when you visit:
1. We’d be very grateful if you would wear a mask when entering and before taking your seat. Masks, however, WILL NOT be required when seated. We ask this because by wearing a mask, you will make others around you feel safer.
2. Continue to sanitise your hands on entry.
3. Be considerate to those around you, and continue to keep a distance where possible. Again, we ask this so that those who may be nervous are reassured.
For our part, we will open our auditorium earlier so that crowds do not gather in our foyer, we will keep our foyer and ground floor clear, and we will continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect all public areas regularly.
Finally, if there is anything else we can do to make you feel safer on your visit, please simply talk to us, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that your visit is an enjoyable one.