56TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of the Arcadians Theatre Group
to be held at the
Miner’s Lamp Theatre
141 Princes Highway Corrimal
Sunday 28 March 2021
3.30pm for a 4.00pm start
For full details please see the full notice attached: Arcadians AGM Notice and Agenda 2021
If you have any questions please contact our Secretary Kerrie Hartin on 0421 272608 or e-mail email@example.com.
Arcadians Theatre Group will be operating the Miner’s Lamp Theatre for performances of Sweeney Todd under the NSW Guidelines as a COVID Safe registered venue.
Arcadians Theatre Group are committed to following the regulations as set down by NSW Health, which may change at short notice.
Please note that when you make your booking, you will receive a ticket for “GENERAL ADMISSION”. Our staff will then allocate seats to you when you are admitted to the theatre.
Please arrive earlier than usual in order to comply with the required pre-admission safety checks.
If you have special needs for preferred seating, then after you have purchased your tickets, please email our box office at firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name and performance you have booked and a brief description of your needs. We will endeavour to meet your request.
“Cash Free” Venue
Part of meeting the guidelines for being COVIDsafe means that we will no longer be able to accept cash payments for tickets or programs at the theatre. We will have Tap and Go card facilities available and programs can also be pre-purchased on the events TryBooking site.
We are committed to delivering safe & enjoyable performing arts experiences.
Terms and Conditions
When you purchase a ticket, you are agreeing to our terms of entry and will abide by any instructions given to you by our Staff.
The following is a list of actions we have put in place for your protection:
- Early arrival in order to go through the necessary safety checks and be taken directly to your seats;
- Allocated seating on arrival at the theatre;
- Reduced audience capacities;
- Patrons’ seats separated from other groups by empty seats either side;
- Increased distance between performers and the audience;
- Additional cleaning of theatres and disinfecting of foyer touch-points before, during and after performances;
- Hand sanitising stations throughout our venues;
- All patrons are asked to wear masks whilst in the theatre;
- Collection of patron contact details (email and phone) using QR codes;
- Temperature checks may be taken;
- Assisting patrons to maintain appropriate physical distancing throughout the venue;
- Please follow any instructions given by our Front of House staff;
- There will be no Canteen service at this performance;
These Terms and Conditions will be updated in accordance with NSW Public Health Orders as needed.
If you feel unwell
When you visit, it is really important that you are feeling well, and are prepared to adhere to the safety practices of our venue.
If you are unwell, please stay home and contact us by phone on 4284 8348 about a refund or exchange options.
We appreciate your understanding as we work to keep everyone safe.
If you have any questions about any of these policies please don’t hesitate to contact us on the number above or by email to email@example.com.
Our full COVID Plan can be read here: COVID PLAN Arcos V.3 Jan 5 2021
Firstly, from all of us on committee we hope you’re all keeping safe and practicing social distancing. These are strange and troubling times and Arcadians plans to be with you all the way.
The arts have always brought light in dark times, so we’re making preparations to give you light at the other side of COVID19.
So, how are we moving forward? We are flipping 2020 by trying to move our much anticipated theatre refurbishment forward to April/May and move our season to the end of the year! Ladies in Black will now be on in November and we have moved Sweeney Todd to March 2021.
For the many branches of our Arcadians family tree, this will mean a hiatus of at least 6 months. ACT, Lamplighters, Minstrels, Costumes, Props and Monday Maintenance volunteers will not have access to the theatre during this time. We are thinking outside the square and looking at digital solutions to keep them connected. We are committed to putting the safety of our members first, and while I know that the great camaraderie our volunteers share will be missing, it won’t be over.
We will provide regular updates throughout this period and some sneaky progress shots of the theatre revamp to keep you connected to us.
We have taken the decision, which is supported and recommended by the ACNC (our governing body) to postpone the AGM until later this year, when it is safe again for us to gather and celebrate with our theatre community. Our current committee has all agreed with this and as a result of that, it would seem my long service leave as President has also been postponed.
We are united in ensuring that Arcadians gets through this awful period together, with humour, respect and kindness. If you are struggling during this period of social isolation please reach out, we may not be able to hug you, but we can listen and connect. Please take care everyone, now is the time to bunker down and get creative so we can shine on the other side.
PS – this is the plan for now but this situation is not normal and change can happen quickly – keep watching this space.
Due to the COVID-19 situation the 2020 AGM has been postponed.
Watch this space for a new date.
All the information for the upcoming Ladies In Black Auditions is now available on our show page.
We are excited to finally reveal what is happening at Arcadians for the remainder of 2020.
Finalising our mainstage season will be Stephen Sondheim’s SWEENEY TODD directed by Malcolm White in August 2020.
This will be followed by the Arcadians Children’s Theatre production of XANADU Jr in September 2020.
From October 2020, The Miner’s Lamp Theatre will be closed for the remainder of the year as we undergo some major refurbishments to the stage area. This will include a new lighting grid, curtains, backstage legs, stage, a new movable proscenium and more! No expense has been spared to give the Miner’s Lamp a BRAND NEW stage area to benefit our productions, performers, crews, members and patrons for many more years to come.
Venue: The Salvation Army Citadel, 11-13 Burelli Street, Wollongong.
When: 2pm Saturday 30th November 2019.
Price: Adult $22; Concession $20; Junior $10.
Unreserved Seating, both Normal or Disabled/Wheelchair.
You can buy your tickets to this exciting concert here: BUY TICKETS