Our concerts in Upper Chapel will be socially-distanced at around 30% capacity. All tickets will be sold in advance (there will not be any tickets available on the door).
Our staff will be wearing face-coverings for the duration of concerts and following the government’s advice on face coverings in crowded areas, we strongly recommend that you wear a face mask out of respect for others.
Hand-sanitiser and disposable face-masks will be available on the door.
To maximise capacity as best and fairly as we can, you will only be able to purchase tickets in singles and pairs. You should only purchase tickets to sit together with members of your own household.
All tickets will be for reserved and numbered seats, and you must sit in the seat for which you purchased a ticket. There will not be any opportunity to move into an alternative seat before, during or after the performance. All tickets will include a specified arrival time to ensure a sufficiently staggered entry. Please stick to this arrival time as closely as possible, as this will help us to ensure a smooth, safe entry to the building for all ticket-holders. We also ask for your patience at the end of the concert as there will be staggered departures for the same reasons.
We will be operating a strict one-way only walk-way throughout the building, and politely request that you cooperate with our staff in adhering to these one-way systems and social distancing at all times.
We will not be providing printed programmes for our autumn concerts. We will make the notes available online, in advance of the concert, so you can print your own copy or read them before the concert.
Please do not bring any unnecessary belongings with you to concerts. There will be designated spaces under and next to seats for bags and coats. We politely request that you do not use the seats in front or behind you to store things.
Toilets will be open for use before and after the concert on a strictly ‘one person at a time’ basis, with a designated waiting area. This is to minimise the risk to everyone in the building.
We regret that refreshments will not be available.
Music in the Round staff and musicians will all be regularly testing for Covid-19 in advance of concerts, and we politely remind audiences that you are also able to do this by requesting a pack of free lateral flow tests from NHS England here.