Theatres, cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow.
Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors for the first time since December.
Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out.
Seats at the famous Globe Theatre reportedly unavailable now until the middle of next month
And Grayson Perry’s Manchester Art Gallery exhibition is also said to booked out throughout May and into June.
But delivering a stark reality check, the Health Secretary today warned about the ‘risk’ of meeting indoors.
The warning comes as fears continue over the spread of the Indian Covid variant in the UK.
Speaking to Sky News this morning, Mr Hancock said: ‘We should all be careful, we all know the risks, outside is safer than inside – so even though you can, from tomorrow, meet up inside, it’s still better to meet up outside.
Matt Hancock today warned people to ‘be careful’ when hugging others on Monday, as England prepares to finally unlock
Theatres, daftar sbobet cinemas and art galleries will be allowed to open across the country for the first time this year when more lockdown measures are eased tomorrow
Restaurants and pubs will also be able to serve customers indoors since December.
Pictured: A waitress at a bar brings out pints to customers in Edinburgh
Ahead of the big unlock, venues have already begun selling out, with the famous Globe Theatre reportedly sold out until the middle of next month.
Pictured: The National Theatre in London is also opening tomorrow
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