GRAND JUNCTION’S COVID-19 POLICY

In welcoming audiences and visitors to Grand Junction we are considering current government guidance, current Covid case levels, and the safety and enjoyment of our staff, audiences and visitors.

We will continue to review the measures we have in place in line with updates to government guidelines, keeping our staff trained, and our audiences informed as much as possible.

EVENTS

Performances are now permitted to go on sale at full capacity. For some performances, Grand Junction, or the partners we work with, may make the decision to sell at reduced capacity, so as to offer social distancing for audiences. Please read Event Details for information on individual events.

Grand Junction will also continue to follow a number of Covid safety measures, such as:

  • We will advise audiences who are 11+, and not exempt, to wear masks while moving around the venue. Staff will continue to wear masks while in our public spaces and when interacting with visitors.
  • Hand sanitiser stations positioned around the building
  • Careful consideration of entry and exit points to avoid crowding
  • Regular cleaning
  • The NHS Test and Trace scheme will continue to be in operation. Data will be disposed of after 21 days.

In addition, all audience members will be asked to stay at home if they are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms, particularly a high temperature, cough, or sore throat, or if they have received a positive Covid-19 test.

CLASSES, COURSES, VISITS AND TOURS

Our classes can now run at full capacity, however, we will still be following some Covid-safety measures.

 Measures in place will include:

  • Social distancing in classes and while moving around the building
  • We will advise visitors who are 11+, and not exempt, to wear masks while moving around the venue. Staff will continue to wear masks while in our public spaces and when interacting with visitors.
  • Hand sanitiser stations positioned around the building
  • Regular cleaning
  • The NHS Test and Trace scheme will continue to be in operation. Data will be disposed of after 21 days.

We ask anyone enrolled on a course or planning a visit to stay at home if they are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms, particularly a high temperature, cough, or sore throat, or if they have received a positive Covid-19 test.

Updated 20th July

Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene’s, Paddington is a venue operated by Paddington Development Trust (PDT). PDT is a registered charity (no. 1080883) and company limited by guarantee (no. 3652559).