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Welcome back!

 

Welcome to the Chelsea Theatre

Friends of the Chelsea Theatre – welcome back! Since mid-July we have been OPEN again and, after a long closure, we are now back on track to start moving, expressing, and sharing the arts together.

Our major renovation heralds a vibrant new era for our artistic community, and we were delighted to re-open our wonderful theatre with our summer theatrical season, presented in partnership with the Kensington + Chelsea Festival. Over 24 performances were hosted in our theatre during the festival, including music, dance and cabaret, as well as full programme of activities in and around the piazza outside.

We have an exciting Autumn programme ahead.

A variety of events and activities continue for our local community, we’ll be presenting the best in fringe comedy, drama and performance,  and there might even be an unexpected treat for Christmas!

Come and visit us!  Chelsea Theatre show schedule and ticket bookings (can be found HERE)

As for Theatre Venue Hire, we’re continue to be available if you need to use our beautiful theatre.  Contact us if you want to find out more.

 

 

Chelsea Theatre Covid 19 protocol from 19th July 2021

Audience Guidance

Under government guidelines issued on the 19th of July the auditorium of the Chelsea Theatre is no longer required to keep audiences socially distanced. We advise audience members to wear a mask, but it is not mandatory. Please remain socially distanced where possible.

If you are travelling to Chelsea Theatre on public transport, we ask that everyone aged 12 years and above uses a face mask or face covering for the duration of your journey.

When you arrive, entry to the building will be through our main entrance, where you will be greeted by a member of our team. There will be a hand sanitising station in place. Please cleanse your hands frequently.

Please complete a track and trace form on entering the building

While you are in our building, you must abide by all relevant government guidance, and by all instructions given by our staff and signage.

You must not attend if you:

– believe you may be infected with COVID-19

– have experienced symptoms in the last 1o days

– have been in close proximity to anyone who has experienced symptoms in the last 14 days

– have been instructed to self-isolate.

Anyone who is clinically vulnerable is advised not to attend.

All public spaces that have been in use will be aired and Covid cleaned between uses.

 

Performer, Teacher and Course Leader Guidance

We will be asking all performers to have a lateral flow test in the 24 hours before performing.

Performers are asked not to attend if:

– they believe they may be infected with COVID-19

– have experienced symptoms in the last 14 days

– have been in close proximity to anyone who has experienced symptoms in the last 14 days

– have been instructed to self-isolate.

Any performer who is clinically vulnerable is advised not to attend.

 

If you have any questions about Covid 19 and the Chelsea Theatre, please call us on 020 7352 1967 or email admin@chelseatheatre.org.uk

 

 

 

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7, World’s End Place,
Chelsea, London SW10 0DR

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