It’s finally happening! After months of closure and partial openings, the doors to The Pound arts centre will be open once more, to everyone and anyone, from 17 May. We cannot begin to express our gratitude for your endless support, kind words of encouragement, and generous donations, all of which have helped us get to this point. It has truly meant the world to us, so, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
While we’re obviously beyond excited to get back to what we do best, we understand that many of you may still have concerns about the idea of attending public events. This is why we would like to give you a rundown of all the Covid-19 safety procedures that will be in place at The Pound from May 17.
While that may all sound very sterile and clinical, we promise you that it’s still our mission to provide you with vibrant, joyous and unique artistic experiences, and May is no different! We have side-splitting theatre with Living Spit’s Beauty and the Beast (21 May, 7.30pm), breath-taking music from Rachael Dadd (22 May, 7.30pm) and Lady Maisery (29 May 7.30pm), and brilliantly observant poetry from Luke Wright: Ballad Seller (28 May, 7.30pm). Our exhibition space will also be open, displaying work from Bath Spa University MA Graduates in Of Echoes and Fragments.
We sincerely hope to see you all back at The Pound as soon as possible, but we understand that different people will feel ready at different times. So, until then, stay well and stay safe. We have missed you so much.