QUAD in Derby announces a date for re-opening in 2021
Published: 29 March 2021
One year on from the first national lockdown, QUAD in Derby has announced a date for re-opening. The venue will be fully open to the public from Monday 17 May. This date is subject to any further changes in government guidelines.
The multi-artform venue, based on Derby’s Market Place, will be fully open including its Café-bar, Cinema and Exhibition spaces.
Adam Buss, QUAD CEO said:
We are excited that we will be able to welcome customers back to QUAD at the earliest opportunity. There is an exciting programme planned for our re-opening, with new films, exhibitions and events, full programme details will follow, and we will be sharing these very soon. In the meantime, we would like to thank our Funders, Sponsors, Supporters and Stakeholders for their support, so we can continue the valuable work we do serving the community as a cultural organisation.
It is testament to our dedicated and adaptable staff team that we have been able to offer regular, innovative, fun and exciting content online during this past year. We hope this has helped to provide a creative outlet in these isolating and disengaging times.
QUAD will be opening to the public with full COVID-compliant measures in place. The venue requires all visitors to observe current government regulations regarding social distancing and mask-wearing. There will be full information available on QUAD’s website, and signage and directions from staff around the building itself.
For the latest information on the new QUAD programme in May, please sign up to the venue’s weekly e-newsletter.
For more information visit the QUAD website.