Bernie Grant Arts Centre Coronavirus Update

An update from the BGAC team about our building and reopening events  

It is with great excitement that we announce the re-opening of our doors at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre and gradually reintroducing an exciting programme of arts and cultural events. 

Following the latest advice from the Government in response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19), it is our priority to safeguard our visitors, staff and local community. We will be following public health guidance to ensure all events remain Covid safe as we gradually ease out of restrictions.  

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be working hard to continue our mission: serving the community of Tottenham and creating vital space for Black artists and Black led storytelling. 

Visitor Info 

We’re following the official government guidance on working safely during coronavirus to make sure we’re Covid-secure. As we welcome you back, we will continue with a number of measures to keep you safe.

The government restrictions are lifting in response to the level of threat. However, we ask that all of our visitors take full personal responsibility to ensure they are well and symptoms free before attending events.

We thank you for your patience and flexibility as we manage this and ask that you check back here for updates. 

Please, stay at home if you have symptoms of illness such as a cough, sore throat or fever or have been in contact in the past 5 days with someone who has coronavirus. You can email us up to 24 hours before the event to refund or exchange your ticket. 

Please keep an eye on our what’s on page for our upcoming events.  

Thank you to everyone who supports the Bernie Grant Arts Centre and our work. We are a charity and we do not receive regular public funding. We rely on ticket sales and venue hires as our main source of income and we have been hit badly by the closure of our venue. As we reopen, we are looking for ways to secure our future in these uncertain times.  

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