Here at Cranleigh Arts the safety of all who visit us is paramount. To ensure the safety of our team and members of the public visiting Cranleigh Arts we would ask everyone to:
We would appreciate everyone wearing a face covering when visiting Cranleigh Arts. This is per government advice which recommends wearing a face covering when around people you do not normally meet in enclosed and crowded spaces. If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, please let us know beforehand.
We recommend you take a rapid lateral flow test before attending a performance. Government guidance states that you may wish to take a rapid lateral flow test if it is expected that there will be a period of high risk that day. This includes spending time in crowded and enclosed spaces.
Rapid lateral flow testing continues to be available free of charge. You can get tests from pharmacies or online. Find out more about how to get rapid lateral flow tests.
Whilst we take cash, contactless payments are preferred.
Our team will wear face coverings and have screens in place where appropriate.
One Way System
We will continue to have a one way system through the building
We will continue to have enhanced cleaning processes in place.
If you or any of your party are unwell with symptoms before the event and cannot attend please contact us; we will offer a refund voucher or a link to the livestream (evening classical concerts only) and request you stay at home.
Track and Trace
Test, Trace and Isolate has an important ongoing role in managing the virus and reduces the risk of potentially dangerous variants spreading. The Government expects the Test, Trace and Isolate system will remain necessary through the autumn and winter.
We would ask members of the public to support Track and Trace by continuing to check in using the NHS Covid App and Cranleigh Arts will comply with any requests from Track and Trace in the event of being contacted.
We also want to reassure our community that we are constantly monitoring the Government guidelines and these instructions for audiences are fluid and subject to change. Further to this the Arts Centre volunteers and staff members are receiving in depth training to keep everyone safe whilst visiting the arts centre.
For our full risk assessment please follow this link .
We are beyond delighted here at Cranleigh Arts to be able to reopen and be offering a fantastic programme to our audiences and want to reassure anyone interested in visiting us that we are doing everything we can to ensure we create a Covid-19 safe and secure environment.
Published: 7th October 2020
Updated: 7th April 2021
Updated: 12th July 2021
Updated: 1st December 2021
Risk Assessment updated Dec 2021
Please note this page may be updated.