Orchestras, theatre and fitness centres are adapting to make events work for their communities under red restrictions, Stuff reports. Covid Protection Framework (CPF) restrictions mean a lot of large scale events had either been cancelled or postponed, but a few organisers are getting creative in a bid to keep them running. Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra’s (APO) will be playing again February 24. Instead of cancelling, APO trimmed the concert from its usual 1200 patrons to 100 and implemented a ballot system for existing ticket holders.