The Everyman Theatre launches hilarious Tweedy safety video

Before the curtain has even risen on Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime, Everyman Theatre ticketholders have been treated to some laughs – with the release of the Cheltenham theatre’s important and rather funny new safety video.

Social distancing, temperature checks and mandatory face coverings might not sound like the most side-splitting of material, but with Tweedy involved, the Everyman Theatre’s new safety video must be one of the funniest Covid-compliance films produced yet.

Featuring the Gloucestershire clown and his trusty sidekick Keef, the video spans key information for ticketholders attending Tweedy’s (Reduced) Pantomime in Cheltenham – spanning parking, tickets and ubiquitous hand sanitiser to the all-important matter of ordering interval ice creams.

On stage from Friday 4 December to Sunday 3 January 2021, see Tweedy’s Reduced Pantomime at the Everyman Theatre or visit everymantheatre.org.uk to book tickets.

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Wednesday 02 December 2020

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