Greater capacity at theatres, cinemas and corporate events

Shifting, ADYF 2019, FLING Physical Theatre. Image: Shuttermain

Entertainment facilities including theatres, cinemas and concert halls across NSW will be able to increase their capacity to 50 per cent and corporate events at function centres will be able to welcome up to 300 attendees from next week.

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