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LOCKDOWN OF PERFORMING ARTS

Maybe the worst is passing !!




Interactive Coronavirus Travel Regulations Map

Below you can find the dates by which some European countries will re-open their public cultural events. If you have further information from your country, please write to us by replying to this email.

WARNING: these data may not be completely updated. Please check the government websites of each country for confirmation.

Austria
Reopening of public events for up to 500 people from 1 June (Source: Ministry of Education)

Belgium
Events up to 300 people allowed, other events from September 1st (source: press)

Czech Republic
from 8th May reopening of zoos, gardens and museums, gradual reopening of events from 25th May (Source: Ministry of Education)

Denmark
from May 10th events up to 200 people will be possible (source: Danisch Chamber Orchestra)

Estonia
from July event up to 1000 people allowed (source: Tadaa! Festival)

France
Theatrical activities are expected to restart in June with restrictions on the number of spectators and other security measures. (source: association des centres dramatiques nationaux)

Germany
Reopening events for up to 200 people from June (source: German University Network)

Ireland Phase 5 from 10th August: reopening high risk activities; Open theatres and cinemas where social distancing can be maintained (source: Press).

Italy
from 15th June re-opening of events with a maximum of 200 people per indoor show and 1000 people for each outdoor show. Respect of the interpersonal distance of 1 meter. Reopening of passenger arrivals from the EU Zone from 3rd June. (source: ANAP)

Lithuania
Events: From 1 June - up to 100 people indoors and up to 300 outdoors; from 16 June - up to 150 indoors and up to 500 outdoors; From 1 July - up to 200 spectators indoors and up to 700 outdoors; and from 16 July - up to 250 spectators indoors and up to 900 outdoors; from 1 August, up to 300 indoors and to 900 outdoors; from 16 August up to 350 indoors and up to 900 outdoors. The distance of at least 2 meters between people must be maintained indoors, and at least 1 meter outdoors. No plans for events involving more than 900 participants in Lithuania until 31 August. (source: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania)

Norway
Reopening of public events from 15th June (source: National Press)

Portugal
Reopening of borders

Romania
15th June possible date for starting some cultural activities in safe conditions (source: Sibiu International Festival)

Spain
Borders closed for the whole month of June. Some Canary and Balearic Islands: outdoor events for up to 400 people from 18th May.

Switzerland
Reopening events for up to 200 people from 15 May (Source: Ministry of Education)

United Kingdom
From 8th June 14-day mandatory quarantine for those entering the UK. There are no fixed dates for the reopening of indoors and outdoors events.









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To OPEN the city gates to performing arts means to bring out the value of open air spaces assigned to social life, to enforce the cohesion inside communities, to improve the local tourist activity, to create new routes for exchange and integration between European countries.

The creation of a international debate, the comparisons between normative and laws, different urban patterns and policies for development and support of performing arts, will drive to a new consciousness and will produce new stimulus in administrators and art operators. This route could not be undertaken on a simple regional or local level. Our country, now, is Europe!













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