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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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OUR LATEST UPDATE

Published : 20/Jun/2021

 

 

In line with government advice, we are delighted to confirm our full re-opening from Monday 19 July 2021. An exciting summer season continues with selected live performances and film screenings.

We have been hugely grateful for your support and we are so happy to be welcoming audiences again. The safety and welfare of our visitors, staff and local community continues to be at the forefront of our plans. You can find the latest guidance in our FAQs

The Old Market Hall Cafe Bar is open and will also continue outdoors in the Square through July and August. The Old Market Hall cinema will remain closed for now but will resume film screenings from the start of September. 


We hope you'll visit us soon and look forward to seeing you again.



Got tickets for a rescheduled date?

With so many events moving to new dates, it can be easy to lose track. You can find a full list of programme alterations via the link below. Alternatively, you can search for any rescheduled events via the search box at the top of this page.

VIEW ALL PROGRAMME ALTERATIONS


Where any events are rescheduled or cancelled, ticketholders will be offered the following options:

  • Retain your tickets where events are rescheduled. Existing tickets will remain valid.

  • Request an account credit.

  • Alternatively, a full refund is available. 


Refund or credit is available for 28 days only after notification of a rescheduled date, after which standard terms and conditions will resume and tickets will become non-refundable except in the following circumstances where an account credit is available to any member of your party affected:

  • You or a member of your party tests positive for Coronavirus and is instructed to self-isolate.

  • You or a member of your party is unwell or displaying any symptoms of Coronavirus


Please also keep up-to-date with the latest Government news and advice at gov.uk/coronavirus