Your visit

Keeping you safe at Glyndebourne

Our COVID-19 safety measures for performances at Glyndebourne.

SAFETY IS OUR HIGHEST PRIORITY. DURING YOUR VISIT TO GLYNDEBOURNE YOU’LL FIND A NUMBER OF MEASURES IN PLACE TO PROTECT AUDIENCES AND STAFF. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THESE EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES.
Please be aware this guidance is subject to change at short notice as we continue to monitor government advice.

Ensuring your safety at Glyndebourne

Face Coverings
  • You’re welcome to wear a mask, though it’s no longer a requirement. Disposable masks are available on request – please ask a member of staff.
  • We want everyone to feel comfortable during their visit. Please be mindful of others when moving around Glyndebourne, especially in enclosed spaces and queues.
Hand sanitizing
  • There are hand-sanitizing stations at each entrance to the auditorium.
COVID-19 symptoms
  • If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, have been advised to self-isolate or have tested positive in line with current government guidance, please do not visit us.

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