Due to the current uncertainty around public events caused by the recent upturn in Coronavirus cases, Ginger Boy Productions, organisers of Voices of the West End, have taken the difficult decision to cancel the event.
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Whilst we are confident that they could have staged a safe and enjoyable event here at the Museum, we understand the reasoning behind this decision and hope to welcome them to the Museum in the future.
Birmingham Hippodrome will be processing refunds for any tickets that were purchased for this event. This will be done automatically but if you have a query please contact their Box Office:
Call 0844 338 5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be processing refunds for any food and drink bookings for this event. These will be done automatically within the next few days. If you have any further queries about food and drink refunds please contact our Bookings Team:
Call 01926 649469 (Mon-Fri, 9am to 4.30pm) or email email@example.com
There will be dedicated collection points for each zone for those who have pre-booked food and drink. All collection points will open when the gates open, and close 10 minutes before the start of the performance.
Information and a map of where to find your food and drink collection zone is below and will also be detailed on your food and drink order confirmation email.
Please remember to bring your food and drink order confirmation email and ID for proof of age with you when you collect your order.
In order to keep everybody safe, we are operating a limit of one person at a time visiting a collection point. Only one member of your party should come to collect. Please remember to observe social distancing for the safety of yourself and others.
Remember don't drink and drive
Ginger Boy Productions, the British Motor Museum and the onsite ushers from the Birmingham Hippodrome have gone above and beyond to make this event as safe as we possibly can.
So please be kind and considerate of each other and our event staff. Pay attention to notices on signs and public announcements.
MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING AT ALL TIMES.
The following has all the information you need to know about this event.
- Face coverings are welcomed.
- Bring something to sit on (blanket or picnic chair).
- In the event of bad weather the event will go ahead. The temperature can drop in the evening so please - come prepared!
- Bring a torch.
- No naked flames, BBQ’s, gas stoves or candles.
- No tents, gazebos, parasols or pop-up structures.
- No dogs or pets (except guide dogs).
- Please leave all walkways clear to enable other audience members to move around within the arena.
- First Aiders are present at all events.
- If you become unwell please contact your nearest Steward.
- This is a NO SMOKING event.
- Please take your rubbish home.
IF YOU ARE UNWELL WITH SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) YOU MUST NOT ATTEND THE EVENT.
Please note that the British Motor Museum and Ginger Boy Productions Limited cannot be held liable or responsible for any damage
to vehicles or personal possessions whilst attending any of our events. The producers Voices of the West End cannot guarantee the
appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to availability.
TICKETS ON ARRIVAL
Arrive at your designated CAR PARK ENTRY where you will drive to the ticket check point with a printed copy of your ticket clearly displayed on your dashboard. You will NOT be able to purchase a ticket on arrival. If you do not have a printer please ensure it’s viewable on your phone or tablet with your car window closed.
ENTRANCE & CAR PARKING
Your designated CAR PARK is clearly identifiable by the colour labelled on your ticket. Follow the signs:
ORANGE, YELLOW and GREEN CAR PARK ENTRY via entrance to the British Motor Museum off B4100. Please follow the parking team’s directions and only move when directed. The site will be clearly marshalled. You will not be able to access the site car parks until 12pm on Saturday's matinée and 5pm for the Saturday evening performance.
No vehicles are authorised to move throughout the site whilst the event is open. Parking Spaces will be allocated on a first come first serve basis and when instructed you will walk to the event arena by following the colour coded ‘one-way’ pedestrian system.
PLEASE ARRIVE IN ONE CAR
The site consists of 2 spacious segments, colour coded and split into A, B and C zones. Each zone has a number of 3SQM roped-pitches. All roped-pitches are accessible from only one entrance/exit to ensure good social distancing and traffic management throughout the event arena. Each roped-pitch is separated by 3 metres or more and limited to a MAXIMUM OF 4 PEOPLE ONLY from no more than two households or support bubbles. In addition to this we are able to offer 100 car spaces for those who would prefer to remain protected. These are the closest to the stage and you will have the facility to sit outside your car.
Access to your respective roped-pitch (Zone and Colour) is from your designated car park and via a ‘one-way’ pedestrian system. It is clearly sign posted with stewards showing how to access the event auditorium. Observe the ‘one-way’ traffic system to the event auditorium where you will find signs relating to your Zone A, B and C that’s marked on your ticket. Please adhere to the stewards instructions.
PITCHES ARE ALLOCATED ON ARRIVAL
Each roped-pitch is distanced by 3m to any neighbouring roped-pitch. This maintains a safe distance from other audience members.
Social distancing procedures are in place from the minute you arrive to the minute you leave our site.
Please do not be put off but our MARSHALS, SECURITY and STEWARDS will be wearing PPE: Masks within the event auditorium and visors at the front gates. This is for everyone’s consideration and safety. The event auditorium is significantly sized with dedicated signage and stewarding to guide you to your designated roped-pitch area. We have stewards reminding audience members of the two-metre social distancing rule while entering and to ensure exiting the auditorium is done in a staggered and orderly manner.
A lack of consideration to others and non-compliance with social distancing will not be tolerated. We have a duty of care to all our audience members and should matters not be resolved collectively the matter will be handed over to onsite security and/or police.
Our aim is to provide accessibility for all, within the confines of an outdoor environment and social distancing procedures. Should you require assistance for those with mobility impairments or use a wheelchair we can arrange early access in order to drive to your pitch. PLEASE ADVISE US DIRECTLY if you require special seating or early access by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In light of the global coronavirus outbreak, you are asked to take your rubbish home. If a member of our marshals, stewards and security personnel see you leave your roped-pitch without taking your rubbish you will be asked to return and retrieve it. Your consideration in this matter is expected and gratefully appreciated.
We have toilets for each zone with access toilets in the Green and Yellow zones. All other toilets are in units with steps up into them. They operate a one-way system with hand sanitiser stations positioned on the entry and exit. Please sanitise your hands both before and after entering the unit.
At the end of the performance you will be asked to remain in your roped-pitch until instructed to exit by a steward to return to your car following the designated ‘one-way’ pedestrian system. Staggered exiting minimises unnecessary crowding and reduces traffic management leaving the site an on to the B4100. Your patience is very much appreciated.
PLEASE FOLLOW ANY INSTRUCTIONS THAT ARE COMMUNICATED BY STEWARDS OR PA SYSTEM.
ENJOY THE SHOW!