KEEPING YOU SAFER
The Marine Theatre is committed to keeping everyone as safe and secure as possible throughout their visit during this Covid period. We are:
- Collecting visitors’ information for Contact Track and Trace
- Reducing capacity to socially distance
- Increasing the volume and intensity of cleaning surfaces and contact points across the building.
- Putting up directional signs
- Creating socially-distanced queuing for toilets and other areas
- Providing contactless payment for all products
- Sanitising all public areas before opening and after closing
- We are also taking the same safety-focused approach in all other areas of our business including performance and rehearsal situations
WATCHING A SHOW OR USING THE BAR
While you’re with us there are a few things to keep in mind.
If you’re watching a show:
- If it’s inside, you have to wear a mask for the duration of the performance (masks can be removed while eating and drinking if seated)
- You don’t need to wear a mask for outdoor performances
- We ask that any customer displaying any signs or symptoms that could be Covid-related do not attend events and follow Government advice on self-isolation
YOUR DATA AND CONTACT TRACK & TRACE
To aid in Contact Track and Trace, and in line with Government guidelines, all customers’ contact details are entered when booking online, you will not need to provide them again at the Marine.
In the event of cases being linked back to a Marine Theatre customer, we can work with health authorities to contact everyone who we have details of, to limit further transmission and keep people safe.
Your details will not be kept longer than 21 days, are kept separate from our customer information systems, and will not be used for anything but to aid Contact Track and Trace. You may opt out of providing this information if you so wish.
Asking for customer details for this in no way infringes your rights, and is in line with GDPR or the Data Protection Act.
Thank you for helping us keep each other safer.
Refunds and rescheduling
Many events have been rescheduled, with the new arrangements made public below as soon as decisions are made.
Ticket-holders will be notified of changes by phone or email as soon as possible—it is not necessary to contact the theatre and we appreciate your patience at this difficult time.
If you can not see the details for a particular event, that means we are still making arrangements to move it or a decision has not being taken on whether it will go ahead. We ask customers to avoid calling the Marine as our staff are working from home.
If a performance is rescheduled, the ticket will be valid for the new date and you do not need to contact us.
If you are not available on the new date or an event is cancelled, you are entitled to a refund. The Marine is a charity with 80% of funding coming from ticket sales. If you feel you can, please consider forfeiting your refund as a donation to the Marine Theatre at this difficult time.
If you would like a refund to a rescheduled performance, you should contact the vendor from where you bought the ticket.
If this was from Ticket Source, refunds are automatic when there is cancellation. Refunds are not automatic from Ticket Source if a date is rescheduled, and in this case please email email@example.com with the details and reference of your booking.
If this was online and was from See Tickets or Ticket Source; you can contact them here:Contact See Tickets Contact Ticket Source
If you bought your ticket via the Tourist Information Centre or the Marine in person on a Wednesday morning please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any refunds must be processed within 30 days of the original show date. Booking fees may not be refunded, as this is at the discretion of the vendor.
|Original date||Event||New date|
|20 March||Fashion Revolution talk||17 September 2020|
|21 March||Lyme Regis Comedy Club||25 May 2020|
|27 March, 3 September||Rozi Plain||19 February 2021|
|28 March and 17 October||Richard Jones||5 March 2021|
|2 April||The Jerseys||11 November 2020|
|4 April||Lucy Wainwright Roche||27 March 2021 (now cancelled)|
|5 April||Are You Going To The Marine?||27 September 2020|
|7 April||The Bird Show||28 October 2020|
|9 April||Nick Helm – Phoenix From the Flames||24 April 2021|
|10 -11 April / 15 and 16 August||The Lyme Regis Big Beer Festival||2 and 3 April 2021|
|12 April||Howie Casey’s Beatles with Wings||4 April 2021|
|16 April||Suzi Ruffell||7 February 2021|
|17 April||Belinda O’Hooley: Inversions||22 April 2021|
|19 April||Waiting for Godot||19 April 2021|
|25 April 2020, 7 November 2020||Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band||10 April 2021|
|2 May||Mary Anning – The Mad Woman of Lyme||24 October 2020|
|3 May, 8 October||Laurence After Arabia||11 March 2021|
|7 May||Bird on the Wire: The Songs of Leonard Cohen||24 September 2021|
|8 May||Chaplin: Birth of A Tramp||8 April 2021|
|14 May and 13 November 2020||Scott Matthews||20 May 2021|
|19 May||Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes||4 October 2020 (please note start time has changed to 2 P.M.)|
|25 May||Lyme Regis Comedy Club||25 September 2020|
|29 May||Lau||4 November 2020|
|30 May, then 26 September||Rob Newman: Work In Progress||8 May 2021|
|12 June||Adam Sweet – ‘Sink or Swim’ Album Launch||23 October 2020|
|20 June||Viva Santana||15 May 2021|
|6 July||Exhibition on Screen: Frida Kahlo||20 October 2020|
|28-31 August||Lyme Folk Weekend||27-30 August 2021 (for enquiries on this event only please email email@example.com)|
|18 September||The Strawbs||16 April 2021|
|31 October||Martin and Eliza Carthy||23 October 2021|
|4 November||Lau||18 June 2021|
|11 November||War Horse||5 December 2020|
|14 November||Tez Ilyas: Populist||13 November 2021|
These events have been cancelled:
|21 March||Lyme Regis Comedy Club|
|8 April||Easter in Art|
|14 April||Spies in Disguise|
|15 April||Histories of the Unexpected|
|17 April||Leigh Coleman and the Next Movement|
|19 April||Sunday Sessions|
|24 April||Jojo Rabbit|
|26 April||Lady Nade|
|27 May||Children Love Disco|
|21 May||National Theatre Live: The Welkin|
|22-24 May||Jazz Jurassica (please see jazzjurassica.co.uk for refunds)|
|5 June||Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion|
|6 June||Lee Mead|
|10 June||RSC’s The Winter’s Tale|
|18 June||Living Spit – Elizabeth: Virgin on the Ridiculous|
|19 June||Sarah Colman celebrates Joni Mitchell|
|26-28 June||Lyme Crime|
|28 June||Jazz in the Bar: The Songs of Paul Simon|
|15 July||RSC’s Comedy of Errors|
|17 July||Simon Spillett Quartet|
|23 July||National Theatre Live: Jack Absolute Flies Again|
|29 July||The Importance of Being Earnest|
|17 September||Fashion Revolution Talk|
|25 September||Lyme Regis Comedy Club|
|23 September||RSC’s Pericles|
|27 September||Are you going to the Marine?|
|9 October||Nigel Price Organ Trio|
|23 October||Adam Sweet – ‘Sink or Swim’ Album Launch|
|28 October||The Bird Show|
|October||Lyme Regis Fossil Festival|
|6 November||We Are Leif|
|11 November||The Jerseys|
|26 November||Present Laughter|
|4 December||Gary Alesbrook Quartet|
|15-17 December||A Christmas Carol|
|27 March 2021||Lucy Wainwright Roche|