Information on visiting the National Theatre
Pursuant to the government resolution regarding easing the pandemic restrictions in culture, the National Theatre commenced selling tickets for its performances from June to September 2021. The programme features several new productions, selected titles from the repertoire of our companies, special concerts and guest performances.
Each of the theatre venues will have half of its auditorium capacity. Audiences will be obliged to adhere to specific epidemic measures. Stands with hand sanitisers will be available at the entrances to all buildings, and theatre staff will offer respirators to the visitors.
Theatre-goers must present electronic or paper certificates proving that they have met one of the following conditions:
- Negative POC antigen test result, not older than 72 hours, or negative PCR test result, not older than 7 days.
- 22 days after the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, yet not more than 90 days if the second dose has not been applied.
- 22 days after the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, yet not more than 9 months, if the second dose has been applied.
- At least 14 days from receiving a one-dose vaccine, yet not more than 9 months.
- Up to 180 days after overcoming COVID-19.
- Affirmation of honour declaring negative result of a COVID-19 self-test, taken not longer than 72 hours ago at a workplace, school or other educational facility.
- Another option is to carry out a self-test in the test place by the theatre venues. Test kits are on sale at the evening box offices.
These conditions do not apply to children up to the age of 6.
Everyone entering our theatre venues is obliged to wear the prescribed nose and mouth covering.
Tickets for June to September can be purchased online via the theatre's website or at all National Theatre box offices.
In June, the National Theatre renewed guided tours of the interiors and facades of its venues within the ND+ educational programmes.