PERFORMING SPACES TO REOPEN
June 22, 2020
Port-of-Spain: The Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts (MCDCA) is committed to doing its part to ensure the continued containment and mitigation of COVID-19, while supporting the return of citizens to the full expression and enjoyment of Trinidad and Tobago’s culture and the arts.
As such, the MCDCA is pleased to announce the reopening of all Performing Spaces under its purview as follows:
- Queen’s Hall – Wednesday July 1, 2020
- Naparima Bowl – Monday July 6, 2020
- Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) – Monday July 6, 2020
- National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) – Monday August 3, 2020
Standard operating procedures for National Performance Spaces and Community Facilities, with all the necessary guidelines and protocols, have been developed and implemented at all venues to ensure the safety of patrons, staff, contractors, producers and performers. These protocols are underpinned by the general guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health with enhancements necessary to meet the peculiarities of performing spaces.
The Ministry looks forward to the return of stage productions at these premier performing spaces. For further details on bookings and events, please contact the relevant Performing Space directly. Contact information is available at www.cdca.gov.tt