Covid-19 safety measures for audiences


For everyone’s safety and in line with current Government guidance, we have carried out a thorough risk assessment and made some changes to the way we have operated in previous years. Our aim is to minimise exposure to risk as far as possible so that you can focus on enjoying the music. We will continue to review the situation and adapt these measures where necessary to respond to any changes in Government guidance.

Audience safety measures include:

  • Reduced audience numbers and socially-distanced seating

  • Increased cleaning between and during events

  • A one-way system and queue management

  • All concerts having no interval

  • Temperature checks on entry to the church

  • Hand sanitiser stations at entry

  • Asking all visitors to wear face-coverings at all times in the venue (unless exempt)

  • Regular ventilation 

  • Digital or ‘print at home’ ticketing

  • Entry for pre-booked tickets only
     

In addition we ask you to:

  • maintain social distancing from others who are not in your household

  • refrain from gathering with others who are not in your household

  • follow one-way signs and indications from our stewards

  • keep your belongings to a minimum and with you at all times


TEST AND TRACE
To support the NHS Test and Trace system we will need to keep a temporary record of your contact details and pass this on to NHS Test and Trace if required. Details we collect for this purpose will be kept securely and destroyed by us after 21 days.

Updated 13th June 2021