Covid-19 Safety Information We have welcomed back our Students and continue to ensure that Chickenshed is as safe as possible for everyone who enters our building. As Chickenshed slowly reopens its doors to the general public, we'd like to remind you of our Covid-19 safety guidelines. We are following government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, education guidance and its performing arts guidance. We have a Risk Assessment in place and processes to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. DOWNLOAD OUR COVID-19 RISK ASSESSMENT Arriving at Chickenshed Please do not arrive anymore than 5 minutes before the workshop or show start time, as the building will remain closed until then. Please wait in the area around the main entrance doors, and maintain two metre distancing from all other groups. In order to comply with Government guidelines we are currently unable to offer space within Chickenshed for you to wait and you will be asked to stand outside or wait in your car. As a venue, we must ask every customer and visitor to scan the NHS QR code using their NHS COVID-19 app, or provide their name and contact details. This will apply to every adult entering the building, not just the person who has booked the tickets. How are we keeping you safe? As we are all aware the new normal means that we need to do things a little differently now and we are following the safety and hygiene measures set out by the Government in its performing arts guidance. Like other venues, we are required to support the NHS Test and Trace strategy by keeping a temporary record of all customers and visitors to Chickenshed. The lead booker will have provided their contact details at the point of booking. Please ensure that your email address and telephone number are up to date. Whilst in our venue Please wear a face covering at all times (except children under 11yrs) and use the hand sanitiser stations available. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the venue, including the theatre grounds and studio theatre. The use of e-cigarettes is permitted in the grounds, but not in the building.