Health & Safety Precautions at the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts

Things are opening up, but they certainly look very different now. We're excited to have people back in the building, but we're still taking precautions to make sure that our staff, volunteers, and patrons are as safe as can be. According to current Saskatchewan Health Authority guidelines, we can only accommodate 30 people in our auditorium for performances.

If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.

Our Box Office is set up with separate entrance and exit doors to make sure our line ups are safe, and markers on the floor show what six feet of distance looks like.

Hand sanitization stations are available. 

On show days, please ensure you're purchased AND picked up your tickets by 6pm. This will prevent crowding at the pick-up window.

Masks are required for all visitors to the Centre, at all points of the building as per Saskatchewan Health Authority Guidelines. 

The majority of Centre-presented shows will not have intermissions, they will be single sets played straight through.

The seating map on our website is missing every second row. These seats aren't sold however; they are blocked so that the purchased seats have proper physical distancing front and back.

Gaps in these rows allow entrance and exit to the centre of the rows without having to pass right in front of people.

When you buy a ticket, the ticket site will automatically block off three seats on either side of your purchased seats. So when seats show as "sold," they aren't. Please purchase the next available seat in a row and know that there will be three seats between you and anyone else.

Overhead View Of The Auditorium

Photo by Chris MacAulay

Our goal is always to ensure everyone passing through our doors feels safe. Every person has their own level of comfort, and we ask that everyone is mindful of the people around them.