Venues and services affected - Updated 13 August 2020
Broadway will be reopening its doors on 24 August!
We will be focusing on our cinema programme to begin with and hope to bring back our theatre productions later next year.
There will be an exciting selection of the latest blockbusters and a programme of event cinema to keep you entertained. You will need to reserve your tickets and seats online ahead of visiting and concessions can still be purchased using contactless payment.
We have achieved the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard which means Broadway Cinema has followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines to implement a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
Please visit Broadway Cinema & Theatre website and social media for more information, including ticket refunds and the new measures that are being put in place.
We are currently looking at funding opportunities for our Gallery. Please visit Broadway Gallery website and social media for updates.
Standalone Farm reopened on Saturday 1 August!
We have achieved the ‘We’re Good To Go’ industry standard which means Standalone Farm has followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines to implement a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
Please visit the Standalone Farm website and social media for more information.
Sadly, our community mini service will remain closed. We are exploring funding possibilities to get this service back up and running, and will keep you informed on any developments.
At this time, Discover Letchworth will not reopen, but the website will be updated with community events. Please visit the Discover Letchworth website for the latest news.
Spirella Ballroom will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
Active Letchworth activities are now no longer delivered by the Foundation. We are looking into how this could be a community-led programme instead.
Ernest Gardiner Treatment Centre
The Treatment Centre has been closed since March and sadly will not reopen. We have been working with partners to find a way to keep some of these services running as part of wider health and wellbeing offer for the town. At this time, we haven't found a viable option, but we remain hopeful that our collaborations with health partners will come to fruition in 2021/22.