COVID-19: The Music Lives On

Following the Government’s latest announcement, we’ll continue to be open for Covid-safe recordings, rehearsals, broadcasts and filming as well as our upcoming online broadcasts. We’re also planning for some socially distanced concerts to return as soon as it’s safe to do so – watch this space.

But the impact of the crisis is undeniable, even with the injection of Government support we still have a shortfall to fill from ticket sales. You can help by donating to our Stoller Hall Fund.

Thank you to all who have stayed with us on this journey, we can’t wait to welcome you back!

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Right now our building is open to help support musicians, artists and performers with recordings, rehearsals, filming and broadcasts. You can learn more about hiring our spaces here.


We’re looking at expert advice, to make sure our audiences, staff and musicians are safe – and we’ve been busy speaking to colleagues across the UK and analysing examples from across the world to find best practice.  

In line with government and industry guidance, The Stoller Hall has adopted the ‘We’re Good To Go’ COVID-19 certification.

Read More about our safety measures here


We’re updating our website with new online events and we hope to be able to bring you some socially distanced concerts in the near future. Our Spring 2021 season of live music is looking very exciting and we can’t wait to share this with you. Keep checking our What’s On page or sign up to our mailing list here to hear more.


If you have purchased tickets for events at The Stoller Hall which are now cancelled, your tickets can be refunded. If you need to contact us, our email address is Where alternative dates for these events have been arranged we hope customers will consider moving their booking to the new date. 


The Covid-19 restrictions are devastating to The Stoller Hall, our staff, our performers and our loyal audiences. 

Please help us to keep the music alive by donating what you can to help us to continue supporting musicians. We recognise that this time of uncertainty affects everybody differently, but if you are in a position to help us remain a vital part of your community, we would be enormously grateful. Thank you.

If you’d like to make a donation, you can do so here.