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Brattle Theatre Joins Other Venues Requiring Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative COVID Test

The Brattle Theatre's marquee. (Courtesy Brattle Film Foundation)
The Brattle Theatre's marquee. (Courtesy Brattle Film Foundation)
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The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge has announced they will now require proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test for all events and screenings held at the venue.

The requirements go into effect on Oct. 1. Guests should be prepared to show a physical vaccination card, a legible photo of a vaccination card, a digital vaccination record, or a recent negative COVID test, according to an announcement Wednesday from the Brattle Film Foundation, the non-profit organization that operates the Brattle Theatre.

Masked children under the age of 12 can attend with a fully-vaccinated adult.

Other safety measures will continue, including indoor mask wearing, reduced capacity and social distancing. More information on what to expect during your visit can be found here.

The Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline, along with other performance venues in Greater Boston, have also updated their rules to require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend shows.


Magdiela Matta Arts Fellow
Magdiela Matta was the arts and culture reporting fellow for WBUR in 2021.



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