Milton Keynes Theatre have confirmed details of safety procedures as they prepare to welcome audiences back to their venue.

The venue has confirmed it will require visiting people, as well as venue staff, to provide some form of covid status certification. This would include proof of having both vaccine doses or a recent negative test.

MK Theatre have also said people should also wear masks while at their seats unless exempt.

Guidelines are coming in ahead of MK Theatre’s re-opening, which is due to take place on July 25th and re-open the venue, which was last open in March 2020.

In a statement uploded to social media, the venue said, “As we get closer to reopening, we want to share how we can all enjoy the theatre while protecting each other and our community.

“As well as maintaining our rigorous cleaning and hygiene in the venue, we will be requiring all adult customers and our staff to provide Covid-19 status certification. This can be confirmation you have had both vaccine doses via the NHS App or proof of a negative PCR or lateral flow test.

“We will also be asking everyone, unless exempt, to wear a face covering in our venue while not drinking or eating at your seat. Further details can be found here

“We’ve been closed for so long these current measures are a necessity to ensure we can fling open our doors and welcome audiences to our incredible shows. We thank you for being responsible, safe and kind. Let’s put on a show!”