Following last night’s announcement about the delay to lifting of restrictions, here’s an update about what this means for The North Wall and audience members who are planning to visit over the next few weeks.
For the time being, we’re continuing with the enhanced safety measures that were put in place in line with government guidance when we reopened in May. We’re asking visitors to stick to some simple safety guidelines so that everyone can enjoy their time with us safely, which includes ensuring face coverings are worn throughout the building, and limiting capacity to shows and exhibitions. Find out more how we’re working to keep all our visitors safe by clicking here.
In the Theatre
All live events between now and 19 July will go ahead as planned, with socially-distanced seating and a limited capacity. Audience members will still be asked to wear a face covering throughout the performance, pre-order their drinks in advance, and check-in on arrival to comply with Test and Trace. Tickets are available now for:
As well as shows into the autumn and beyond!
Keep an eye on the website for the most up to date information about what’s on.
In the Gallery
We celebrate the seasons, our environment and the beauty of the natural world in our summer gallery programme, with three exhibitions by local artists who use a variety of different media to explore landscapes in Oxfordshire and beyond. See all upcoming exhibitions.
Entry to the gallery is free, and capacity is limited to a maximum of 8 visitors to ensure social distancing. All visitors will be asked to check-in when they arrive to comply with Test and Trace.
Whilst social-distancing rules are still in place, please continue to book tickets only for yourself, your household and support bubble.
If you have any questions about your visit, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the box office on 01865 319450.