There are certain risks associated with going to the theatre.
These might include sore knees from the lack of leg space or having your experience disrupted by pesky fellow audience members munching on noisy snacks.
But I bet you haven’t considered the perils of being hit by a flying peanut mid-show.
Believe it or nut, Nottingham Playhouse has issued such a warning to theatregoers for its production of Moonlight and Magnolias.
The play, which tells the story of three film-makers trying to rewrite the script of Gone With the Wind from scratch following various mishaps, runs from February 21 to March 7.
Customers are told online: “This production will contain peanuts and bananas. If you have any severe allergies, please speak to the Box Office for advice on booking.”
Nottingham Playhouse has told the BBC that its prop department was able to create fake bananas but not peanuts due to their texture, size and the need for them to break up.
The theatre’s chief executive Stephanie Sirr said: “Moonlight and Magnolias is a very fast-paced and physical comedy and, yes, peanuts may fly around. Being hit by a stray peanut is funny if you don’t have an allergy and a problem if you do. In common with airlines, schools and most other public-facing companies, we’d prefer to err on the side of caution.”