COVID-19 Policy

At the Improv Centre, we are following and implementing all required public health guidelines with the safety of our guests, staff and performers being our priority.

Latest updates

April 7, 2022

As of Friday, April 8th, 2022, The Improv Centre will no longer require proof of vaccination for access to our theatre, further to the public health order changes announced by the provincial government on April 5th, 2022. 

We continue to strongly recommend the use of masks during your time here. Our staff will continue to wear masks. Safety is important to us and as such, we continue to follow our communicable disease protocols. 

March 11, 2022

In congruence with the latest BC government guidelines on indoor events, masks will no longer be required as of March 11, 2022. Although the mask mandate is optional, The Improv Centre’s staff will continue to use them and encourages guests to do the same, for the well-being of all.

Vaccine Passports will continue to be scanned upon arrival.

March 1, 2022

As of March 1, 2022, we have increased to 100% capacity as per the new public health orders.

Please note that all ticket holders must be seated in the theatre during the performance. No standing room and no switching seats once the performance has begun. We are continuing the practices of vaccine passports, mask mandate, stay at home policy, and increased sanitation measures.

As has been the practice over the last several months we do require the following:

  •  Masks must be worn at all times unless you are actively eating or drinking (meaning you must wear your mask between sips).
  • All those entering the venue must have their vaccine passports scanned.