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COVID-19 Measures in Phase 5
Now that Nova Scotia is in Phase 5, we are open to full capacity with a full calendar of exciting programming. We follow all Nova Scotia Health Authority mandates so that you can feel safe and comfortable when attending events at King’s Theatre.
Health Screening: Anyone experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or advised by Public Health to self-isolate, please do not come to King’s Theatre. You can contact the Box Office for a refund if you cannot attend due to Covid-19 symptoms.
Vaccinations: To attend an event in the auditorium, all patrons over 12 years of age must provide proof of full vaccination or proof of exemption. Please bring your proof of vaccination (the Nova Scotia government has provided us with an app to scan QR codes) and government issued photo ID.
Masks: Face masks must be worn at King’s Theatre except while eating or drinking at your seat in the auditorium.
Hand Hygiene: Hand washing is encouraged and hand-sanitizers are available throughout the building.
Cleaning and Disinfection: All high touch surfaces are cleaned and disinfected frequently by our team.
Contact Tracing: We collect contact information from patrons for contact tracing purposes.
Contact: Feel free to contact us at 902-532-7704 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About King’s Theatre
Built in 1921, King’s Theatre has been at the heart of Annapolis Royal’s cultural community for 100 years. It is a favoured venue for performers, known for its enthusiastic audiences, intimate setting, high quality production values, and warm reception from the community. King’s Theatre is able to attract top quality performers on tour from around the world and across Canada, from Buffy Sainte Marie to Jim Cuddy, Jeremy Dutcher, Measha Brueggergosman and George Canyon.
King’s Theatre also supports emerging talent. Fostering a close relationships with the schools and the amateur drama community, there are many opportunities for talent in all genres to learn the ropes here. For many performers, King’s Theatre is their first soft-seat venue, but rarely their last.
King’s Theatre has also served as a movie house for 100 years, transitioning from reel-to-reel to digital projection and surround sound, with programming that ranges from Indie to Hollywood, to work by filmmakers who call Annapolis home.
King’s Theatre is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of L’nu, also known as the Mi’kmaq Peoples, who have lived and cared for this land since time immemorial. We are honoured to live, work and be a part of the community here on this sacred land. We honour the Peace and Friendship Treaties, some of which were signed right here in Annapolis Royal. We acknowledge that we are all treaty people.
As stewards of culture, King’s Theatre seeks to honour the values of collaboration and inclusivity in all that we do.
King’s Theatre is a top drawer venue in an intimate setting.
We’re in the process of upgrading our technical capacities, so get in touch to find out what’s new!
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STAFF & BOARD
King’s Theatre is governed by an active volunteer Board of Directors and managed by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of our government partners.
Nous reconnaissons avec gratitude l’appui de nos partenaires gouvernementaux.