This advice has been updated. See HERE.
At the ILT, we are aware of the concerns in the community about the COVID-19 virus and what it may mean for live performances.
We are closely monitoring the advice from the Australian Government Department of Health and Queensland Health. We are also following the suggested approach of Live Performance Australia and other industry bodies at this time. Based on their current advice at this stage, all planned performances now and into the foreseeable future will be going ahead in the Incinerator Theatre and the Jean Pratt Building. Both venues seat no more than 100 patrons.
This means that tickets will go on sale for ‘Waiting for God’ on Monday morning 16 March 2020 at 9.00am.
We are aware that this is a rapidly developing situation and will update this advice if our schedule is required to change.
We are stepping up our existing cleaning routines, and as a precautionary measure will be disinfecting our auditorium, bathrooms and foyer areas prior to every performance. We will also have hand sanitizer available, and strongly encourage patrons to exercise enhanced personal hygiene measures which have been proven to be effective in the prevention of the spread of viruses.
Should patrons feel at all unwell or develop symptoms we would recommend that you follow the health guidelines to self-isolate and stay at home.
Our organisation, staffed completely by volunteers, wants nothing more than for our patrons to enjoy a great experience at our theatre complex and we are always thrilled with the attendance at all of our productions. We are aware that the next couple of weeks will present challenges for us all.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us;
Find out more on how to protect yourself and your family – www.health.qld.gov.au