COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

Alert Level 2 Update   28.02.2021
Ngā manaakitanga ki a koutou katoa i runga i ngā āhuatanga o te wā.

As we return to Alert Level 2 in Pōneke, this is an update on our health and safety protocols for staff, visitors and audiences.  

Te Haukāinga

Te Haukāinga will remain open with social distancing of at least 1 metre required in the whare. Wearing face masks is recommended where social distancing is not possible. We remind all building occupants and visitors to sign in and sign out using our Taki Rua iPad at reception and scanning the COVID-19 QR code (or using the paper-based form) to aid in contact tracing. 


To ensure the upkeep of hygiene standards, use the hand sanitiser dispensers throughout the building, and handwash for at least 20 seconds. Cleaning supplies are available to kaimahi to wash down office surfaces and desks, which is recommended on a regular basis.  


We ask that if you are sick or showing flu like symptoms of cough, sneezing, sore throat, shortness of breath, fever, please stay home and report flu-like symptoms via the Healthline number 0800 358 5453 for COVID-19 testing. 


Help us to keep our kitchen clean by washing, drying and returning your own dishes, and washing your hands afterwards. 

Our Productions

To restate the conditions of our tickets for Sing To Me, under Alert Level 2 Sing To Me performances will continue with priority given to the first 100 tickets sold for each performance. In this instance, all other ticket holders will be given the option to transfer to another performance (subject to availability) or receive a full refund.  

Tickets for our Sing To Me shows which we manage on our website (this excludes Auckland who are managed by the Auckland Arts Festival) are still currently on sale. With our first 100 ticket priority in place, you will be notified during the ticket purchase if you are beyond the first 100 tickets for that performance time. 


Currently Te Reo Māori Season bookings are still open for Terms 1 & 3.


Further updates regarding our productions Sing To Me and Te Reo Māori Season will be announced in the coming week.


Kia mataara, kia manawanui. 

Be alert, but be kind. 

Nā mātou iti noa nei,


Te whān­au o Taki Rua.