It goes without saying that we can't wait to welcome you back to Cast. Your safety and wellbeing is vital to us, and to help you feel safe, secure and comfortable at all times, we’ve introduced a wide range of new measures across our venue.
To apply from Thursday 27 January 2022 onwards, unless new Government Guidelines are released.
All the information you need to know about returning back to Cast is below, from changes we've made to booking tickets to what to expect when you arrive. Got a question that we haven't covered? Drop us an email on email@example.com or call 01302 303 959.
We encourage you to wear a face covering whilst moving around our building as well as during the performance.
Socially distanced performances
Performances will be at full capacity unless specifically stated on the event booking page.
What if I'm ill?
Please don't come to an event at Cast if you're showing symptoms of COVID-19. Let us know as soon as you can that you cannot attend an event and we’d be happy to move you to another performance (If there is one), or credit your account.
What about drinks?
The bar will be open for you to order a drink once you've already arrived at Cast. At certain performances you can preorder your interval drinks when you book your tickets.
Where should I park?
For information about getting to Cast and where to park, click here.
Will I still have a ticket?
We are now doing e-tickets, which you will receive from us by email. Please either print this ticket off at home or make sure you have it open on your mobile/device when you arrive at Cast.
Is there an interval?
Some events at Cast will have an interval, some won't. When you arrive, you'll also see that we've got chalk boards with start, finish, and interval times on.
Are your toilets open?
Yes, all of our toilets, including disabled and our Changing Places toilet are open as usual.
What happens if an event is cancelled?
You can view a Cast's Covid-19 risk assessment documents here