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Covid passports come to the Ironworks with the Inverness venue's David Rust date next week

By Margaret Chrystall

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The Ironworks venue in Inverness has announced that Covid passports will be required for events open after midnight and events over 500 capacity.

The first show that will need people to have the passports will be David Rust next Saturday (October 2).

Covid passposrts come to the Ironworks, Inverness. Picture: Gary Anthony
Covid passposrts come to the Ironworks, Inverness. Picture: Gary Anthony

The venue said last night on its social media that it had just received full guidelines on Covid passports.

"We are under no illusion this is going to be challenging for everyone," the post said.

And then the venue confirmed that they would "... keep you updated on what shows will require this. This comes into effect from Friday October 1, at 5am, so our shows this weekend are unaffected by Covid passports".

They then shared this link to the full Government guidelines here:


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