Some good news!
As we already know, there’s a chance that Singapore could enter Phase Three of its reopening plan by the end of 2020. [Featured Image: Claire P, Unsplash].
But before that happens, some good news has preceded its possible arrival. Live performances in certain venues around Singapore will be permitted once again from this Sunday (November 1).
Shows are permitted at performing arts venues, including shows wit orchestras, choirs dance groups, plus other art and culture groups.
The National Arts Council (NAC) released an update informing citizens of changes yesterday (October 29). They said art galleries, some museums, community centres, hotel ballrooms and function rooms are to be included in the venues that can hold performances of selected shows. It comes after a set of pilots that were successfully held on September 11.
Performances can go ahead provided the meet all the guidelines. Capacity will be limited to 50 people, in at least two separate areas with social distance implemented.
Guests are required to enter by scanning their QR code via the TraceTogether app or showing TraceTogether tokens to be scanned.