Keeping it safe and special

As we prepare to welcome you back to The Coro, we want to make sure everyone coming to an event feels comfortable, so we'd like to take a moment to explain how we'll be doing things.

For public viewings of Gaia, tickets are being booked in time slots throughout the day and there are a very limited number of tickets per slot. This enables us to make sure everyone gets an opportunity to come and see this magnificent exhibition with plenty of space to walk around and enjoy it.

For the performances, conversations and film screenings taking place under Gaia you and those you've booked with will have designated seats in a little 'pod' with space between yours and the next. Again, there are a very limited number of tickets available, creating an intimate experience that will be super safe, special and spectacular!

Our windows and doors will be open with plenty of airflow and we encourage all visitors to wear face coverings when indoors (although no longer mandatory), keep a safe distance from others, use hand sanitisers and wash hands regularly, and check in with the NHS Test and Trace app if they are able to do so. All Coro staff and volunteers will continue to wear face coverings.

Your safety and comfort continues to be our top priority and we want you to feel comfortable coming back to The Coro. If you have any questions before you come, just get in touch.

We can't wait to see you!

The Coro


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