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Looking Forward

Posted by Craig Morrow, 23rd February 2021, 16:44pm

Following the announcement of the Government’s roadmap for reopening, we thought we would update you on Lincoln Performing Arts Centre’s plans. Whilst we welcome a timetable with clear milestones that show us the way forward, we do so with an air of cautious optimism. It is clear that social distancing will be in place for indoor events until at least midsummer, but we acknowledge that this is a moveable timescale, dependent on many factors, and that any events scheduled for later in the year may be subject to restrictions that might necessitate further rescheduling. Consequently, as we begin to put events on sale again for 2021, we would like to reaffirm our commitment to a money-back guarantee in the event COVID-related complications so that you can book with confidence. As we begin to reopen, we will be taking time to make sure we do so in a way that keeps audiences as safe as possible. Our plans for the rest of 2021 currently include a summer programme of community-led performances, alongside popular family entertainment and outdoor performance in the city. We then hope to re-open our café and offer a regular programme of activity across all of our spaces from

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Posted by Craig Morrow, 9th February 2021, 17:28pm

Here we have outlined any changes to events due to the ongoing pandemic. Please see below a list of events that have either been postponed, alongside them will state their new date, and any events that have been cancelled. If you have purchased tickets for these events and now require a refund, please see further below as to how to proceed with your order. Andy and The Odd Socks – Cancelled (please contact our box office) Jenny Éclair: Sixty (FFS!)– Postponed to Friday 3 September (All tickets have automatically been transferred to the new date) Semeli Papavasileiou Quartet – Cancelled (please contact our box office) Fire and Light Trail – Postponed new date TBD If you are unable to attend the new date or the event you had originally booked for has been cancelled you are of course, entitled to a full refund of the cost of your tickets. If you in a position to donate your pre-paid ticket back to us as a gesture of financial support, we would be hugely appreciative. However, our situation is not unique, and we appreciate that Coronavirus will impact on many areas of the economy, and so refunds will, of course, be available

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