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COVID-19: Guidelines for visitors
The safety and security of Bryanston staff, pupils and our audience is of paramount importance and we take this responsibility very seriously. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Royal Opera House has issued a statement that "upcoming cinema screenings are also cancelled".
Therefore the screening of Fidelio is cancelled, the box office will automatically refund those who have bought tickets and will be in touch in due course.
Bookings for all other Royal Opera House screenings has now been suspended. Further advice will be given to ticket holders in due course.
Bryanston School has a rich history of the performing arts stemming initially from cultural exposure followed by creative expression. At a time when government funding and private sponsorship for the arts are under extreme pressure, it is imperative that the appreciation and the central linkage between the arts, creativity and a rounded education is upheld by schools.
Bryanston is committed to keeping the performing arts central to a Bryanston education, both through performance but also through nurturing enjoyment and pleasure from watching live music, theatre, opera and film.
With technology evolving rapidly, the logistical challenge and cost for young people to see and experience live theatre and concerts, and the demand for more local cultural exposure means Bryanston has a unique opportunity to bring our pupils, local school children and the community together through the performing arts.
Bryanston has now installed all of the equipment in Coade Hall to live stream some of the world’s most interesting and stimulating productions to Dorset.