GENERAL CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

CHAPEL THEATRE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

 

In accordance with the NSW Government’s 70% vaccination roadmap the following requirements apply to the Chapel Theatre as of Monday, 11 October 2021:

• All patrons must use the Covid safe check-in.
• Proof of vaccination is required for patrons 16 years+
• Density limits apply and will be monitored by staff
• Masks required to be worn
• People aged 12 to 16 who are not fully vaccinated must be with a fully vaccinated member of their household
• Seating will be allocated
Please note the above restrictions are a NSW Public Health Order. This is not a decision of the Glen Innes Arts Council. If you have any concerns, please contact your local state member of Parliament.

Management reserves the right to refuse entry to, or eject without refund any person who:

  • Is intoxicated or carrying alcohol onto the premises.
  • Causes a disturbance to other patrons or Chapel Theatre volunteers and staff.
  • Causes damage to any property belonging to Glen Innes Arts Council.
  • Is not wearing appropriate footwear or clothing; or
  • Cannot provide photo ID if requested by a volunteer or staff member.
  • Is smoking or vaping.

 

By entering Chapel Theatre, you agree to abide by the following conditions of entry.

You must:

  • Remain on your best behaviour at all times and be courteous and treat fellow patrons and Chapel Theatre volunteers with respect. This includes no talking whilst any film or presentation is screening.
  • Not rest feet on seats or jump over seats whilst in the venue.
  • Follow all lawful instructions from Chapel Theatre volunteers and staff.
  • Open for inspection all bags being taken into the venue upon request by Chapel Theatre volunteers/staff.
  • Not take into the venue any of the following:

#          Any hot food.

#          Any food or drinks (except water) not purchased at the Chapel Theatre canteen. 

#          Any alcoholic beverage or illegal substance.

#          Any item used in the illegal recording or reproduction of any film or presentation within the venue.

#          Any form of laser light.

#          Glass bottles.

#          Any form of chewing or bubble gum.

 

Failure to abide by these conditions may lead to the confiscation or removal of offending items, refusal of entry, or ejection from a session or presentation without refund. In certain circumstances Police may be called.