Manchester’s Printworks is set to reopen on the 4th July and has outlined its new health and safety measures.
The entertainment complex has issued a number of health and safety procedures in line with government guidelines to ensure the safety of visitors and staff, including a one way system and social distancing throughout the street area of the Printworks.
In addition the venue will be subject to regular cleaning and disinfection of public areas, with hand sanitiser stations within the Printworks and individual venues.
Venues also opening on 4 July include Hard Rock Cafe, Meena, Nandos (for delivery and takeout), O’Neills, Walkabout, Wasabai Sush (takeaway only), Wetherspoons Seven Stars and Yates. Vue CInema and Eden and Treetop Advanture Gold will reopen at a later date.
To assist will social distancing guidelines, venues within the Printworks will be operating at a reduced capacity and operating a queuing system for entry once capacity is reached. Meanwhile customers are asked to consider paying by card or contactless wherever possible.
Adam Jackson, Marketing Manager at Printworks, said: “The health and safety of our visitors is of the utmost importance to Printworks and its venues. We have implemented new health and safety procedures in line with government guidance and ask for cooperation from our visitors to ensure these are adhered to.
“It has been a difficult few months for everyone, but we’re looking forward to welcoming visitors again, who may be reuniting with loved ones, or playing catch up to celebrate those missed occasions! We can’t wait to see you all again.”
Author: Mark Kelly
Music lover. Gig reviewer.
Often found at the merch stand.