DruidGregory COVID-19 Safety Measures
DruidGregory will be performed entirely outdoors, fully embracing all restrictions in place due to Covid-19. We ask that you read all signage at the event, observe guidelines and follow staff instructions with regard to safety measures. Read more about the safety measures in place at all Druid events.
The following measures will be in place at Druid events:
- Significantly reduced capacity in line with government guidelines
- Contactless ticketing
- Social-distanced queuing, audience areas and staging
- One-way systems
- COVID-19 safety signage
- Hand-sanitizer dispensers
- Wearing of face coverings by all Druid administration and technical staff
- All patrons strongly encouraged to wear face coverings
- Contact tracing
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I book tickets? Tickets for DruidGregory are on-sale from Friday 14 August. Tickets must be purchased online or by phone in advance of the event.
How will I get my tickets? An electronic ticket will be issued at the time of booking. E-tickets can be scanned from your mobile device at the venue. Please ensure you have your emailed PDF ticket on your mobile device or your print-at-home ticket ready upon entry to ensure contactless ticketing.
Will you be contact tracing? Druid will retain relevant contact information for all audience members in order to fully assist the public health authorities in their role of contact tracing.
Can I attend with a group?
Due to restricted capacity, ticket purchases are limited to:
Two per booking for On the Outside at Tuam, Ballinasloe, Glenamaddy, Kinvara, Oughterard, Athenry and Loughrea.
Two per booking for Hyacinth Halvey at Clifden and Ballyglunin Station.
Two per booking for Cathleen ní Houlihan at Teach an Phiarsaigh.
Four per booking for DruidGregory at Coole Park, NUI Galway, Kylemore Abbey, Portumna and Roundstone.
If you would like to purchase tickets for a larger group please contact email@example.com
Can I attend if I’m feeling unwell? We ask that if you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms, that you remain at home and self-isolate. In this case, our box office can arrange a refund of your ticket.
Should I wear a mask? We strongly encourage all patrons to wear a face covering for the safety and comfort of yourself and others. All Druid staff (with the exception of the actors) will wear face coverings.
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