March 1, 2022
Effective today, March 1, 2022, Kingston Grand Theatre will open at full capacity after the Government of Ontario lifted certain public health measures related to COVID-19.
Mandatory masking requirements and passive screening will remain in place in accordance with public health requirements and Provincial guidelines. This is a welcome change after close to two years of the venue being closed intermittently depending on direction from the Province and Public Health.
You will continue to see the following public health measures as we work to keep patrons safe:
- Posting on-site signage that allows for passive screening
- Wearing face coverings that cover the nose, mouth, and chin
- Practicing regular hand hygiene
- Cleaning and disinfecting high touch surfaces frequently
- Providing compostable paper and plastic cups for all beverages
- Optimizing the effectiveness of the building’s recently updated HVAC system
“We know people are feeling a mix of emotions in this moment, but we are excited to bring the Kingston community together once again to enjoy the performing arts live and in person,” says Colin Wiginton, Director, Arts & Culture Services. “Staff are working hard to ensure everyone’s comfort and safety and we look forward to welcoming people back to enjoy Theatre Kingston’s production of Mercy starting March 10, the return of Grand OnStage on March 18 or any number of other shows being hosted by Kingston Grand in the weeks and months ahead.”
More detailed information regarding updated COVID-19 protocols can be found online here: www.kingstongrand.ca/visit/covid-19.
Performances at Kingston Grand
Performances resume starting Thursday, March 3 with the Vogue Charity Fashion Show in the Regina Rosen Auditorium; Mercy in the Baby Grand on March 10; and the launch of the Grand OnStage 2022 Mini Season on March 18 featuring Classic Albums Live: Led Zeppelin III. A full list of performances at Kingston Grand can be found online here: www.kingstongrand.ca/events.
The box office is now open for counter service and by phone at (613) 530-2050, Monday to Saturday, 12 to 4:30 p.m. and two hours before each in venue performance. Tickets and gift certificates can also be purchased online and inquiries can be sent via e-mail at [email protected].
Stay up-to-date with advance ticket sale opportunities and show announcements by subscribing to Kingston Grand email newsletter at https://www.kingstongrand.ca/sign-up-to-our-newsletters
About Kingston Grand Theatre
Kingston Grand Theatre is a community-based, professionally managed civic asset that builds and fosters cultural vitality in Kingston. It creates a partnership between the City of Kingston and the community that sees arts and culture as an important component of everyday life in the City of Kingston. Kingston Grand Theatre also facilitates and supports presentation and production, community development, artist support, and the creation of partnerships and collaborations.