Current conditions for thater-goers
The National Theatre sells tickets for full capacity of its venues, for all auditorium seats, with the exception of the first row. Visitors must present electronic or paper certificates proving that they have met one of the following conditions:
- Negative PCR test result, not older than 7 days.
- Negative POC antigen test result, not older than 72 hours.
- Negative result of a self-test on the spot. Test kits are on sale at the box offices.
- Up to 180 days after a laboratory-confirmed positive COVID-19 test.
- Complete COVID-19 vaccination, at least 14 days from receiving the second shot of a two-dose vaccine or the first shot of a single-dose vaccine.
- An affirmation of honour, more precisely a student, who underwent a rapid antigen test, which is intended for self-testing or authorized by the Ministry of Health, at a school or school facility no later than 72 hours ago with a negative result can use an affirmation of honour written by a legal representative or school.
- These conditions do not apply to children under 6 years of age.
Everyone entering our theatre venues is obliged to wear a respirator without an exhalation valve, at least class FFP2 (KN95 / N95). This rule applies throughout the time spent in a building, with the exception of consumption in the theatre buffet.