RSC to offer socially distanced musicals for audiences reluctant to attend a full-capacity show

This will be happening in November and December, and audiences will be seated with an empty row in front of and behind them, and with one empty seat between parties, and with everyone (barring exempted people) asked to wear a mask, as The Stage reports [£].

This forms part of the sector’s adherence to guidelines for inclusion of disabled people in post-Covid arts sector that were launched in September 2020 [£]

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