02 April 2022
Folk band, redbook, are touring next Spring. See them in the Great Hall on 2 April.
Tickets are available through their website: The Great Hall | redbook (redbookofficial.com)
Enjoy an evening of live music this Spring. Swiss-born singer Soraya Grosso and contemporary guitarist Jake Tweddle bring a brand-new show of toe-tapping pop tunes and mellow folk love songs, all performed with alongside a 3-piece folk choir. Please join ‘redbook’ and their choir for an evening full of stories, songs and soaring harmonies.
With COVID still being a present part of our life our shows will be operating with measures in place to keep you safe and able to relax and enjoy the show. Please read the information below so that you know what to expect at one of our shows and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us on email@example.com. We will update this page with information in case guidelines change, so please check back here at any time, though we’ll of course be in touch to let you know if things change.
‘The Little Friend Tour’ will run without an interval at approximately 75 minutes to limit movement around venues.
Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the performance unless stated differently on your ticket.
We will still operate at 1m+ social distancing and capacities at all venues will be reduced to allow for safe distancing.
Hand sanitiser will be available for use at the entrance to all venues.
You don’t need to print/show tickets, simply give the name the ticket is under at the door and you will be directed by our team.
All tickets purchased under a single booking will be considered 1 household/”bubble” so will be seated together without social distancing measures.
Children under 2 years are considered “Babes in arms” and will not require a ticket.
Those with a disability requiring a carer to attend performances please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details. Whilst carers will not require a ticket they will still be considered part of your “bubble”.
Although it is no longer legally required, we do ask our audience to wear a face covering whilst moving around the venue. This can be a mask or visor which can be removed once seated. If possible, we also encourage our audience to take a lateral flow test before attending our show.
Our performers will be testing before each show and will be wearing face coverings when not on stage to protect them and you.
The doors will be maned by our team who will show you to your seats. We ask that you show tolerance and understanding towards others during these difficult times and respect each others space. Give way and keep distance where you can.
Our team will be at all venues to assist audiences and help keep everyone safe so you can be confident in attending!