Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre is reopening with a live performance of Woodland Tales with Granddad on Saturday, 13 November.
During the autumn season, theatre goers can enjoy a variety of productions such as Scream Phone, Big Red Bath and Inspector Drake’s Last Case.
The Theatre has been closed due to COVID-19.
The Box Office is open in person or over the telephone, Tuesday to Friday 9.30am-5pm, and Saturday 9.30am-3pm. Or tickets can be purchased via the council’s website.
The safety of customers, artists and staff remain the council’s greatest priority as it moves forward. To ensure this, the theatre will reopen in a phased approach which includes reduced capacity audiences and socially distanced seating.
An NHS Test and Trace QR code will be available for customers to scan as they enter the theatre.
Face coverings are encouraged and hand sanitising stations will be available, and the theatre’s bar will be open.
Councillor Ian Dalgarno, executive member for community services, said:
“We look forward to welcoming audiences back to our Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre now the doors have reopened. Our autumn season has a great mix of shows and performances and there’s sure to be something people will want to enjoy.
“I would like to thank all of our theatre users and residents for their understanding and messages of support during the temporary closure. It has been well received, especially by officers who have been working behind the scenes to enable the theatre to reopen.”
To book your tickets for shows at Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre this autumn visit www.leightonbuzzardlibrarytheatre.co.uk or call 0300 300 8125.