Palmerston North venues are playing a game of wait and see, while trying to reschedule dozens of shows amidst lockdown uncertainty. New Zealand moved into alert level 4 on August 17 following the discovery of a community case of Covid-19 in Auckland. Alert levels will be reevaluated on Friday. Globe Theatre manager Gerry Keating said it was trying to postpone as many events as possible to give people the best chance of making it to the stage. "That's the nature of the beast. We are in lockdown level 4." READ MORE: Manawatū dad fustrated by hospital one-visitor rule, splitting families Covid cancellation of Palmerston North stage shows a ‘kick in the shins’ Covid-19: ‘Swift and severe’ level 4 lockdown possible if case confirmed as Delta variant He said there was little time left in the year and shows were already booked for months coming. Keating said they were trying to find solutions and squeeze as many shows in as possible. "All we can do is be supportive. People understand. It will get better, it did last year." He said the hardest part was the lack of certainty, and not knowing when or how the change in alert levels would play… Read full this story
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