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Important notice re COVID-19:

Covid-19 Precautions and Restrictions could still be applied to our concerts and the disease could still cause concerts to be cancelled at short notice. In that hopefully unlikely eventuality full refunds will be available for tickets where we cancel the event(s) as a result of Covid 19.

We regret that we are unable to offer refunds to any ticket holder who is unable to attend an event or events as a result of showing any cold, flu or Covid-like symptoms or testing positive for Covid unless for any reason their event(s) is cancelled by the Chamber Orchestra, the event artistes or as a result of government regulation.

We ask all audience members to act responsibly in protecting others attending our concerts and that any people who have exhibited or suffered cold, flu or Covid-like symptoms or tested positive for Covid in the 8 days preceding their event(s) should not attend unless they have tested negative by Lateral Flow Tests on at least the two consecutive days immediately preceding the event date(s).

Please note any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed while in attendance at any of our concerts although we have put in place the various Covid-19 precautions listed below:-

  • The Chamber Orchestra reserves the right to introduce or apply Social Distancing Policy(s) (subject to Government and Church of England Regulations) to its events without notice
  • As far as possible contact details provided during on-line ticket purchase will be used to satisfy ‘Track and Trace’ requirements should any be in force at the time of the performance.
  • Entry and exit could be via a one way system
  • Hands may be Sanitised on entry & exit

Seats will be allocated to all on a first come first served basis so as to maximise seating capacity while complying with the social distancing rules in force from time to time.

We ask you to:-

1).  Leave the church directly after all events remaining seated until directed to leave by the stewards.

2).  Ensure that you take all your property with you when you leave and

3).  Take any programmes away with you for safe disposal.

The Chamber Orchestra, Arts at St George’s and St George’s Parochial Church Council encourage you to follow its and any organiser’s safety policies, as well as local laws and restrictions.