COVID-19 in 2022
As per the current WA State Government restrictions HERE, His Majesty's Theatre is able to operate at 100% capacity.
West Australian Opera will continue to adhere to State Government regulations in order to maintain the safety of our audiences, artists and staff.
West Australian Opera acknowledges we're working in a COVID-19 environment, in line with Government roadmaps and directives. This means our performances may be staged at varying capacities with revised seating maps in place in order to keep audiences safe. We also understand we may have to change or cancel plans rapidly and if we do so, our audiences will be communicated to as soon as possible.
We appreciate your understanding as we continue to navigate this together.
"The arts need you … and you need the arts. People in the arts are driven by creativity. It’s our passion and our purpose. What we do matters because the arts matter and when we can’t do our job it hurts financially, artistically, emotionally.
I’m reminded of Verdi’s quote “I adore art… when I am alone with my notes, my heart pounds and the tears stream from my eyes, and my emotion and my joys are too much to bear.” - Carolyn Chard AM, Executive Director, West Australian Opera
In accordance with the LPA Ticketing Code of Practice, we will be providing patrons to cancelled performances with refunds. You will be contacted by the Box Office to arrange a refund.
Please do not attend a live performance if you are unwell. As an interim COVID-19 measure if you are unwell, please contact [email protected] prior to the performance to discuss your options with us.
West Australian Opera has implemented measures to ensure the safety of patrons across all WAO performances. These include:
- Hand sanitiser stations available.
- Frequent deep cleaning regimes across all areas of the venue.
- COVID-19 safety trained staff in all areas.
Live performance venues in Western Australia will operate at 100% capacity as of Friday 29 April.