2 OCT – 30 DEC 2020

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Catchy but not catching...

Your wellbeing is top priority for us as you enjoy your visit to Lockdown Town. To make sure our venue is as safe as possible, our health and safety standards have been reviewed alongside government guidelines with the safety of you and our team in mind. Below are just some of the ways we are working to ensure every visit is enjoyed safely. We will constantly be reviewing guidance on capacity and processes and will post the latest updates on this page.

ARRIVING AT THE VENUE

  • Please arrive in your mask - covering your nose and moth.
  • You will be asked to text your name(s) to our private number to register attendance for Track and Trace.
  • Temperature checks will be in place - anyone with a temperature reading of 38 degrees or above will not be granted access to the venue. 
  • We will also require verbal confirmation that you or anyone you have been in contact with do not currently have symptoms of Covid-19, otherwise access to the venue will not be granted.
  • Hand sanitiser must be used on arrival.
  • Tech will be used for check in to reduce queueing times.
  • Our staggered start times ease any possible congestion at our venue. 

THE EXPERIENCE

  • Masks - covering your nose and moth - to be worn on site.
  • Hand sanitiser (min. 60% alcohol) dispensers all over the venue.
  • Suitable washing facilities with soap and warm water stationed at regular intervals.
  • No ‘household’ of ticket holders will come closer than 2.5m to the next household - audiences will follow guidelines throughout experience. Robust mitigation in any pinch points. The number of people in each room is limited to help with social distancing. We ask that you respect the direction of traffic flow and adhere to the venue and floor signs to maintain a minimum safety distance.
  • We are taking card payments only and encourage contactless payments when possible. All drinks and food to be ordered at the bar.
  • Tissues, no-touch bins and disposable towels for workers and audiences. 
  • Signage to encourage respiratory etiquette, including covering coughs and sneezes.
  • Strict housekeeping in effect wherever audiences go - all areas thoroughly and professionally cleaned and hygienic – with extra attention paid to touchable surfaces.

OUR TEAM 

As a team, we have the following priorities to make sure we keep you safe during your visit to Lockdown Town:

  • Dedicated staff to encourage social distancing and to manage security. On-site employees will be versed in spotting symptoms.
  • Staggered arrival and departure times for staff. Daily records of staff checking in and out times to help contain any potential clusters or outbreaks.
  • On arrival, all artists and staff will register for Track & Trace and have temperature checks - anyone with a temperature reading of 38 degrees or above will not be granted access to the venue. 
  • We will wash hands and clean surfaces more regularly with hand sanitiser provided throughout the site and in washrooms.
  • All staff and performers will stay 2 metres apart from other employees and customers (or 1 metre with risk mitigation where 2 metres is not viable). 
  • Minimise contact and maintain social-distancing with other employees and clients when taking orders or handing over food and drinks. This will be 2 metres apart, or 1 metre with risk mitigation where 2m is not viable.
  • Workers to wear visors and masks when working within 2 metres of clients.
  • Fixed teams to minimise exposure. Work side by side or back-to-back rather than face-to-face.
  • Minimise contact between front-of-house workers and customers at points of service where appropriate.
  • Large acrylic screens at the box office, at our bars and in our kitchens to ensure minimal contact.
  • In the case of an emergency, an employee will wash his/her hands and clothes after helping someone. 
  • Access to the kitchen will be limited. Where necessary, screens between equipment in larger kitchens. One person at a time getting things from the pantry, fridge and freezer.
  • Minimise customers’ self-service of food, cutlery and condiments to reduce risk of transmission.
  • Encourage contactless payments where possible and adjust the location of card readers to follow social distancing guidelines.
  • Reducing the number of surfaces touched by both staff and customers.
  • Make sure that housekeeping staff follow government handwashing guidelines, and make a checklist of all surfaces to be cleaned when each guest vacates.
  • Clean work areas, surfaces and equipment frequently between use. Clean busy areas more often and more thoroughly. Provide more bins and empty them more often.
  • A weekly review of Covid-19 guidelines and risk assessment updates accordingly built into our production schedule. Where necessary, new training and procedure will be provided. We have considered the safety of our employees when making decisions and to prevent discrimination.

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Press embrace World First Immersive Music Venue

The Evening Standard seems to be on our side. 

"Notably, the show is thought to be London’s first immersive experience that will adhere to social distancing rules." Exactly right. Nobody else is doing this. 

"Food and drink – overseen by one-time baker of the year, David Wright – will be served drive-thru style." So much more to say on this. Stay tuned. 

Check out the full article here. 

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The world’s first socially distanced immersive music event & venue

3 June 2020

One Night Records, a brand-new immersive music event and venue, launches this October 2020 at a secret London Bridge location, it is announced today [04.06]. For a limited initial run, the exciting new live event, the first of its kind to be designed as a social distanced experience, will offer guests the chance to spend a unique night out together with a group of friends or family in a specially designed safe environment. Through a maze of hidden tunnels, One Night Records is an immersive gateway into a whole secret world of live music and a celebration of the bold innovators and rule breaking music makers of the 1950s back to the 1920s.

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We are Covid-Safe

1 June 2020

One Night Records is pleased to announce that the venue and event are designed to be Covid-Safe, incorporating social distancing and exceeding government guidelines for the present day by implementing the following measures...

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