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Publication - Advice and guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19): cultural performances and events guidance

Last updated: 28 Jan 2022 - see all updates
Published: 18 Aug 2021

Guidance for the cultural performances and events sector.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): cultural performances and events guidance


With the removal of the restrictions on the numbers of people who can attend live events , cultural and events organisations should continue their compliance with current protection measures.

This guidance is for all cultural and events organisations and provides advice on measures that you should take to reduce risk and create a safe environment for customers and staff.

We have worked closely with the sector throughout the pandemic, and will continue to do so to understand what support is required to aid short-term recovery. We will work with the sector to develop and set out our vision for the long-term, sustainable future of the sector and to help it play a key role in how Scotland recovers from the pandemic.

First published: 18 Aug 2021 Last updated: 28 Jan 2022 -