Vaccine Passport Info

During the last 5 weeks, we have adapted to changing Provincial Health Office orders, and when we announced that the Fringe would return this summer, we promised patrons, artists and volunteers that the festival would adapt and change as required.

As of this week, all patrons aged 12+ are required to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine to attend Fringe shows at the Metro Studio. To meet the legal requirements of the PHO, staff at the theatre will ask to see proof of vaccination and one piece of valid government-issued photo identification for all ticket holders in your party. Patrons can show their BC Vaccine Card either digitally or as a paper copy, or the Immunization Record paper card received at the time of vaccination (blue and orange card). Note, photo ID is only required for patrons aged 19+.

All BC residents are able to access their vaccine cards by downloading your digital QR proof of vaccination

When you arrive at The Metro Studio to see a show at The Fringe, please be patient, and a staff member will check the vaccine card and photo ID for all members of your group before you enter the theatre. Be prepared by having your BC Vaccine Card QR code or Immunization Record ready to display (or any proof of vaccination if from out of Province) along with your ID before proceeding to the box office tent. We don’t store this information, so you will need to present your proof of vaccination and ID if attending multiple shows over the next two weeks.

If you can no longer attend the shows you have booked tickets for, we have relaxed our festival refund policy, e-mail for a refund.

Lastly, Intrepid Theatre is a respectful workplace, our employees and volunteers are doing what is mandated by the Public Health Order. Your respectful approach to this procedure is greatly appreciated.

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Intrepid Theatre respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the traditional and unceded territories,
of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.