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Coronavirus Update

Please read the below information about our new booking policy and changes to studio use.

Booking and payment
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  • Payments will need to be made at the time of booking.

  • Again this is to minimise contact from gathering in the reception and allow us to clean rooms.

  • Bookings are fully refundable when cancelled more than 48 hours before the time.

  • If you want to book in bulk, just drop us an email. You don’t need to pay for all sessions at once – we can set up an invoice at the start of each month.

  • We are no longer accepting cash.

 

Social distancing in the studio

  • Maximum of 6 musicians per rehearsal.

  • ​Musicians should wait outside or in their cars if they arrive early, and enter the studio only at the time of their booking.

  • Please use as much of your own equipment as possible: the less shared gear the better – singers please bring your own microphone if you can (and if you don’t have one, now might be a good time to invest – singing causes the most amount of germ spreading!)

  • The Chill Out room should be used to enable social distancing in the corridor – please move into the chill out room to allow space for people leaving the studio.

  • ​​Musicians are asked wear masks in communal areas of studio (reception, corridor, and kitchen).

  • Once in rehearsal rooms musicians (especially singers and brass instruments) should face the mirror where possible, rather than facing each other.

  • There will be hand sanitizer in the reception area and kitchen area, please help yourself!

  • Rehearsal room handles and communal equipment will be cleaned with anti-bacterial spray between bookings.

  • Anti-bacterial handwash will be available in the kitchen and toilet.


Thank you for being so patient and understanding.