Beep South Australian Tour FAQ

Why have you postponed Beep?

 Our South Australian tour of Beep has postponed as a result of the recent lockdown in South Australia, which has led to additional restrictions being placed on public gatherings and excursions for school groups.

Our first priority is the health and safety of our audiences, artists and staff and shifting the dates allows us to keep on top of changing health advice and ensure we’re acting in accordance with directions from SA Health and the Department for Education.

We want you and your family to have the best time at Beep and want to make sure you feel safe when doing so.

What happens to my tickets?

You should have received an email from Windmill advising you of the rescheduled Beep performance date at a venue near you. Please contact your venue to transfer your booking and/or get more information.

Venue contact details:

Can I purchase additional tickets?

Of course! If you have a current booking and would like to add additional tickets, please contact your venue (or scroll up to your venue at the top of the page) to purchase tickets.

If you would like to add more students to a school booking, please send us an email.

Is it safe to return to the theatre?

The decision to return to the theatre has been made due to the Federal and State Governments’ public health advice in dealing with the risk of spreading novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the recent State Government release of the Roadmap for Easing COVID-19 Restrictions.

More information can be found at 

How will social distancing and public health requirements be enforced?

Capacity for our performances of Beep is set at 50% of the venue, with audiences seated in a safely spaced configuration. Audience members over the age of 12 will be required to wear masks during performances across the tour.

We ask that audiences comply with all health measures implemented by venues, as they are being guided by SA Health. This includes audience members over the age of 12 wearing masks indoor spaces, the use of QR code check-ins to assist with any contact tracing (or the use of manual check-ins when you don’t have a smartphone available) and the use of hand sanitiser as required by venues.

Front of house staff may also require patrons to queue outside of the theatre prior to performances to avoid congestion in shared spaces. Please contact the relevant venue if you have any questions.

What can I do to help keep myself and others safe?

There are several actions patrons can take to ensure a safe visit to the theatre:

  • Check-in using the QR codes at each venue
  • Maintain 1.5m physical distance between yourself and others in foyers
  • Follow signage, sit in your designated seat and follow the advice of staff
  • Wash your hands and use sanitiser regularly
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow and dispose of tissues responsibly
  • Stay home if you feel unwell

What should I do if I’m not feeling well ahead of the performance?

If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you do not attend the theatre. Please contact your venue to organise a refund. We recommend keeping up-to-date and following advice from the Australian Government Department of Health, particularly regarding isolation protocol.

If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

If you would like to join us at Beep, click here.

By Anthony Nocera

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