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Covid-related measures

Our latest information on the virus and its impact on Rotondes and its events
© photo 1: Arnaud Mouriamé / photo 2: Sven Becker

Dear Rotondes friends, visitors and audience,

The Rotondes team is delighted to be able to start the new year by reopening. However, this is only the first step towards a return to normalcy. We are very much aware that we are still facing a complex situation. We must remain vigilant and follow all regulations in effect. 

Our activities will resume in full compliance with current health and safety guidelines. This means we will have to adapt our events on a case-by-case basis, operate at reduced capacity, add extra shows when possible, redirect audiences to other shows, organise circulation to allow for social distancing, etc.

For all this to work out and in order to ensure that your visit takes place in the best possible and safest way, it is crucial that you acquaint yourself with the changes made for each event and that you follow our instructions. Ticket holders will be contacted directly by our ticketing office either email hidden; JavaScript is required or by phone (+352 2662 2030, Tue-Fri >13:30 – 18:30. You can also find further information below and on each event page on our website.

A warm thank you for your understanding. We look forward to welcoming you back again.

Steph Meyers
Director

Safety measures in place at Rotondes
(indoors and outdoors)

  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old
  • Social distancing
  • Precautionary measures (wash your hands, cough in your elbow, etc.)
  • Specific signage

Performing arts

  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old
  • Limited capacity (in compliance with government measures)
  • Separate entry and exit routes
  • No standing during the show
  • As little moving around as possible in the audience
  • No drinks, no food

Exhibitions

  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old
  • Limited capacity (in compliance with government measures)
  • Separate entry and exit routes
  • Markings and/​or signage indicating the path of the tour
  • No drinks, no food

Labos

  • Limited capacity (in compliance with government measures)
  • Assigned seats for each participant, 2 meters apart
  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old for the entire duration of the workshops 
  • There will be as little moving around as possible.
  • No drinks, no food
  • Should specific guidelines be applicable, they will be sent to participants prior to the workshop.

Lectures and other events

  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old
  • Limited capacity (in compliance with government measures)
  • No standing during the event
  • As little moving around as possible in the audience
  • No drinks, no food

Concerts

  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old when standing 
  • Limited capacity (in compliance with government measures)
  • Social distancing (at least 2 meters between groups)
  • No standing during the concert
  • As little moving around as possible in the audience
  • No drinks, no food


At all our events, we kindly ask the visitors to follow the seating plan and our staff’s recommendations. Please use the hydro-alcoholic hand sanitiser made available to you at the doors. 

Specific signage will be put up for special events.

On the Buvette’s terrace

  • Compulsory face mask for anyone over 6 years old when standing (to get drinks at the bar, to go sit at a table, to go to the bathrooms, etc.)
  • Respect of social distancing rules
  • Maximum 2 people per table (or more if they’re part of the same household)
  • Distance of 1.5 meters between tables

In addition, we would like to point out that:

  • Contactless payments with debit/​credit cards are strongly encouraged.
  • For health and safety reasons, some of our services cannot be provided. This is the case of the cloakrooms, which will remain closed until further notice.
  • Common areas are regularly disinfected, with special attention given to bathrooms, door handles, etc.

Rotondes reserves the right to deny entry to anyone who does not respect the health and safety measures listed above.

The implementation of these measures may result in delays or other inconveniences, and we apologise for this. You will find updates on how the situation evolves on this page. Thank you for your understanding.

You will find real-time updates on the health situation at:
https://​coro​n​avirus​.gou​verne​ment​.lu/​e​n​.html


Updated January 11, 2021