Malaysian performing arts community relieved that theatres allowed to reopen from July 1


For the last two months, the DPAC theatre venue in Petaling Jaya has been regularly implementing sanitising work and updating SOPs at its space to ensure the public health safety and comfort of its patrons when it reopens. Photo: DPAC

After going dark for nearly three months, the country’s theatres, performing arts centres and live event spaces alongside cinemas will finally be allowed to reopen from July 1.

Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob made this announcement at his press conference today, stressing that only a maximum of 250 people will be allowed to be in these spaces, subject to the size of the hall.

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