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Schaubude Summer Theatre at Podewil: Admission WITHOUT test, but with mask. More info (in German).


From July 19 to August 31, 2021 we are on theatre holiday. These protection and hygiene regulations for attending live performances at Schaubude Berlin in the 2021/22 season apply until further notice:

Symptoms of illness
If you have had contact with a person infected with Covid-19 in the last 14 days or are suffering from an upper respiratory infection yourself, you may not attend the performance. This cannot be circumvented by a negative test result, proof of full vaccination or convalescent status. Tickets already purchased can be converted into a voucher for the value of the ticket price. Please contact us at 030 4234314 or ticket@schaubude.berlin.

FFP2 masks
Wearing an FFP2 mask is compulsory throughout the theatre. The mask may be removed at your own seat. Children up to the age of six are exempt from this requirement.

A medical face mask is permitted for children up to the age of 14.

We advise persons at increased risk of a severe course of SARS-CoV-2 infection who cannot wear an FFP2 mask of the increased risk of infection to themselves and others. We recommend that you refrain from attending the events.

Tickets
For the time being, tickets are only available in advance online on our website. It is not possible to buy tickets on site. School classes and daycare groups can reserve their tickets by calling 030 4234314 or by emailing ticket@schaubude.berlin.

Admission and compulsory testing
Admission begins 30 minutes before the performance starts. Seats are numbered. For admission, you will need your ticket, a photo ID (for persons 16 years and older) and one of the following proofs:

(a) Proof of antigen rapid test or PCR test: Written or electronic certificate of a negative test result that is not older than 24 hours at the start of the event. An overview of Berlin test centres can be found here: www.test-to-go.berlin

There is no possibility of on-site testing.

(b) Proof of vaccination: Certificate of vaccination against Covid-19, the last required vaccination of which was at least 14 days ago.

(c) Proof of recovery: certification of a positive PCR test result for infection with Covid-19 more than six months ago in combination with at least one vaccination against Covid-19 at least 14 days ago, or proof of a positive PCR test result for infection with Covid-19 at least 28 days and not more than six months ago.

The testing requirement does not apply to children up to the age of 6.

Attendance documentation
For attendance documentation, we ask for your first and last name, full address, e-mail address and telephone number as part of the ticket sales process. The data will be destroyed four weeks after the event.

Keep your distance
Please keep at least 1.50 metres away from other people. This excludes people living in the same household, families and couples. The prescribed minimum distance of 1 metre will be kept between sold seats.

General hygiene rules
Please observe the known hygiene rules, remember the sneeze and cough etiquette and wash your hands thoroughly on a regular basis. You will find disinfection dispensers in the sanitary facilities. Please observe signs, distance markings and directions.

We have adjusted the cleaning and disinfection cycles.

Ventilation
The ventilation of the theatre hall is ensured by a mobile ventilation system with fresh air (air capacity: 8,550/11,180 m3/h).

Gastronomic offer
Our theatre bar is open. You may only consume drinks at your seat in the theatre hall.

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