In addition to providing a wonderful theatre experience, we also wish to make sure that our guests are safe. Therefore, we act in accordance with the applicable legislation and the recommendations of the Health Board, and we kindly ask you to follow the instructions below.
- From October 25, additional security measures are in place in theatres. Only a certificate of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 shall remain valid as a prove of the truthfulness of COVID-19 information. This means that people who have not been vaccinated against COVID or have not suffered from an illness can no longer take part in organized activities where COVID certification is required.
- From October 29, it is mandatory to wear a mask in the theatre
- From November 1, all 12- to 17-year-olds will be admitted to the theatre only with a certificate of a negative test result, recovery from COVID-19 or a vaccination certificate. Starting from November 15, 2021: Young people from the age of 12 years and three months up to 17 years (included) have to present a certificate in order to participate in the activities.
Dear theatre visitor, please note that the vaccination certificates will be valid as follows:
• Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty 7 days after the second dose;
• Moderna Spikevax 14 days after the second dose;
• Johnson & Johnson Jansen 14 days after a single dose.
Everyone who is 12 years old or older, has to present the certificate together with an identity document to the hall attendant before the performance.
Please note that from 01.02.2022, the validity of the COVID certificate issued after vaccination will be reduced from one year to 270 days. Please make sure your COVID certificate is valid before entering the opera house. You can check it in the kontroll.digilugu.ee environment. NB! If your COVID certificate is not valid, you will not be allowed to enter.
There is no possibility to test on site. Additional information on vaccination and recovery certificate: https://www.kriis.ee/en/sickness-health-vaccinations/covid-certificates/creating-and-using-covid-certificates
If a person does not wish to prove their vaccination status, they are not entitled to participate in any theatre performances. In this case, the organiser is not obliged to return ticket fees. Legal basis: subsection 101 (3) of the Law of Obligations Act.
NB! Unvaccinated person can only take part in an event if the person:
- is less than 12 years and three months old,
- is between the ages of 12 years and three months and up to and including 17 years and has evidence of a negative PCR test performed up to 72 hours previously, an antigen RTD performed up to 48 hours previously, or a rapid pharmacy rapid test in a general pharmacy,
- have undergone COVID-19 and no more than six months (180 days) have elapsed since the positive PCR test confirming the diagnosis,
- cannot be vaccinated for health reasons and provides a certificate issued by a doctor.
• We recommend arriving early to avoid crowding and please keep a distance with other visitors of the theatre. The theatre will open one hour before the performance.
• Please disinfect your hands when entering the theatre house or cafés. You will find disinfectants next to the entrance.
• We recommend that you place an intermission order to visit the café. This will also allow you to avoid queues. When ordering online, many products are 20% cheaper and you will also have access to more products.
• When the intermission starts after the performance, we also recommend keeping distance when leaving the hall. If you are not in a hurry, please wait to leave the hall.
• If you have any symptoms, please stay at home. In case of illness, it is possible to exchange tickets on the day of the performance until 12 p.m. by calling to the box office at 6831 210.