We can’t bring you the full live music experience right now. We’re closed due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
On Tuesday 23 June the UK Government confirmed the relaxation of the two-metre distancing rule to ‘one-metre plus’ in England. Although this is a positive step forward for many organisations in the hospitality sector including bars, pubs, restaurants, hotels, museums, galleries, leisure assets who can now reopen, the implications for the live music sector remain uncertain.
There’s still lots of work still to be done before music events can take place in front of a live audience and we’re working hard with our partners including Music Venue Trust to look at ways in which this can happen for independent music venues like us.
But our way of life will return. We will bring you live music again, soon, and we will treasure it more than ever.
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 addition, we’re carrying out extensive research with our audiences, and we know that people are desperate to get back to The Stoller Hall and experience live music again. 66% of those surveyed said they would return soon if they saw the highest possible standards in hygiene and social distancing, and we’re committed to providing that.
Concerts we were due to bring you in 2020 are being rescheduled and details of all cancelled and postponed events can be found here.
In the mean time we’re busy curating a new, digital events programme and planning our Spring 2021 Season of live music.
Keep checking our website for details or sign up to our mailing list here.
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 email@example.com. 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. While we hope to secure government support, the crisis remains an unprecedented financial challenge for the arts.
There is no ticket income for our digital broadcasts, because our beautiful venue is empty. Please help us to keep the music alive by donating what you can. 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.
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