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The recent changes to theatre capacity restrictions in South Australia will mean a new experience for theatre goers.

The latest update from SA Health now allows theatres to host audiences up to 100% provided a mask is worn and permits audiences of up to 75% to attend without a mask.

What this means for you?

Sweeney Todd
Seating capacity of Her Majesty’s Theatre for State Opera South Australia’s season of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street has increased to 75% from 50%.

As per above, if you attend you will not be required to wear a mask.

At 75% capacity you will now be seated next to other patrons, be they family, friends, or other opera goers.

If you are an existing ticker holder, you will be subject to reseating to accommodate this change. You will be issued new tickets. Your seats will be assigned in the same reserve, area and price you previously purchased. An email detailing the process has been sent.

If we don’t have your email on record, you would have been contacted by phone. If you are a ticket holder and you have not been contacted, please email feedback@bass.net.au.

Note: Old tickets will no longer be valid for entry.

Love Burns, The Tell-Tale Heart, Joseph Calleja and VOSS

No changes have currently been made to the seating layout of any other performances, however if changes do occur and you are a ticket holder, you will be notified by email or by phone and updates will be made to the State Opera website to reflect the change.