From 22 October 2021, subject to public health advice:
Vaccination or recovery certificates (for example, the EU Digital COVID Certificate) are no longer needed to go to an indoor restaurant, pub or other venue.
You do not have to wear a face covering, except on public transport, in shops and in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
We have to ask any of our customers that are attending the event taking place in The Holy Trinity Church, that they would still wear a mask, as requested by the venue.
Sales tickets can only be bought online this year. Please go choose from one of our events collections to pre-book your tickets. Tickets will not be available at the box office or event venues this year. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, seating capacity is limited and no patrons will be admitted without a valid ticket. We ask all patrons to wear a facemask when attending each event.
The Visual Arts Programme 2021
In light of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and the uncertain time frames of the lifting of these restrictions with concern for the well being and safety of staff, volunteers, artists, performers and the public health in general, it has been decided to scale back the Visual Arts component of this year’s Festival. There will be a scaled-back Art Trail and a few special events programmed adhering to Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines.
Westival is committed to protecting your health. We ask that you carefully read signage at Westival events, observe guidelines and follow staff instructions with regard to public health measures.
If you have any mobility issues, please contact us in advance so that we can plan for your attendance.
Your health and that of our artists, staff and volunteers are of utmost importance, so if you are feeling unwell on the day of an event, we ask that you stay at home for your safety and that of others.