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Grand Theatre & Opera House Leeds 1878-1978

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        Statement[The Theatre?]
        Publishers[The Theatre?]
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        LC Classifications1977
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 70 p. :
        Number of Pages68
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Children, ages 3-12, must be accompanied by an adult or legal guardian to R-rated movies. We will use the time to reflect, listen, learn and take action to make changes to how we operate as a company. Within the framework of enhanced public health guidelines we can dive even deeper into ensuring the Grand lobbies, washrooms, bars and other public areas exceed safety standards. This image you see here of our planned holiday production of ANNIE now postponed to the holiday season in 2021, tells the story so beautifully and poignantly.

We need to get back to business, tell new stories, share our new spaces, and welcome audiences back.

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Until we can once again say hello and welcome you back in person, please stay safe and healthy. You can read the full press release related to this announcement. We will also be using the time to undertake the planned renovation that was scheduled for this past Spring. Our core value is to include and support all artists and patrons no matter their age, race, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. Hearing the voices and consulting with the BIPOC Black Indigenous Persons of Colour communities both within and outside of the arts and culture construct, we will be examining the theatre through a different lens and making changes to all aspects of what we do at the Grand - from what we program on our stages, how we engage with BIPOC audiences, Board and Senior Leadership recruitment and more.

We will be reaching out across the Forest City to engage with a wide cross section of Londoners to find out what excites them and what programming options would entice them to come in to our spaces. Some of those new voices need to be those of new leaders.

Dennis and a small group of creative folks have been assembled and are working on programming options that we know you will find innovative, exciting and joyful. Deb will undoubtedly be remembered for her unwavering support of the hundreds of guest artists and talented staff she worked with over her tenure Grand Theatre & Opera House Leeds 1878-1978 how she rarely missed a volunteer circle meeting and the opportunity to greet patrons in person in the lobbies before performances.

All features and dates subject to change. And most importantly, together, we are planning for the bright future that lies ahead for the Grand. You may choose donate the value of their tickets back to the Grand• A message from Dennis Garnhum and Deb Harvey Dear Friends: With heavy hearts we write to you today to let you know that we have made the decision to postpone the 2020-21 Season.

The Grand posted its first, albeit small, deficit in her tenure last year as a result of COVID-19.