Now that Liverpool is officially in Tier Two the world is a better place. The Royal Court Christmas Show can go ahead and starts on 11th December!
The new regulations mean that they can serve alcohol to your seats throughout the building so tier two means beer too!
The show will be running until 30th January for as long as Liverpool remains in tier two. If they slip back into tier three then that will change so we would recommend getting your tickets for the earlier shows first. Remember, if shows are cancelled or you can’t attend for any Covid related reason then you will get a full refund or replacement tickets for another show.
With everybody planning their post-lockdown nights out, tickets have been going fast. More than half of the tickets have already been sold so get booking now! If you can’t get tickets with meals downstairs then there is still plenty of availability in Courtyard Bar & Kitchen next door so you can make a proper night of it.
This year’s show will be just the tonic for 2020. The live band will be back, there will be comedy, music, prizes to be won and little bits of some of our most popular shows over the years. The only thing that anyone can guarantee this year is that you will be laughing all night at the Court!
In accordance with current regulations, group sizes are a maximum of six. If you have people coming from different households, please buy separate groups of tickets within your booking (or tell us in the notes for stalls bookings).
The Court have got a wide range of safety plans in place, including socially distanced cast and audience, temperature checks, new cleaning procedures, enhanced table service and one way systems. There will be paperless tickets on your phone, loads of hand sanitizer and antibacterial door handles & menus.
The Royal Court also guarantee to refund or exchange tickets for anybody who needs to cancel if they are showing symptoms of Covid, self-isolating or if the show is cancelled.
So, get yourselves booked in and get back at The Court soon!
Tickets are £18 for matinees and £24 for evening shows with two course meals available in the stalls for an extra £17. In accordance with current regulations, group sizes will be a maximum of six from the same household.
Kevin Fearon, Executive Producer at the Court, is looking forward to seeing audiences in the building again: “After the year we’ve all had it is a real treat to know that we are going to have an audience back in the building. We can’t wait to see all of the cast, crew and our regulars back enjoying themselves. Everybody has been really understanding as we have moved shows and tickets around so it feels good to give them something back. We have got plans in place for more shows in the new year so if all goes well over Christmas we can look forward to a busy 2021!”