Grand Junction, in Paddington, is delighted to be reopening its doors on Thursday 24 June with Summer Sessions, safely welcoming in-person audiences back for a vibrant summer of live music and words.
Featuring gigs from amongst other, the iconic Penguin Cafe and folk star Eliza Carthy, Summer Sessions will be performed live from the extraordinary setting of Grand Junction’s neo-gothic church. These special performances will the first time many of the artists have performed in front of a live audience for over a year.
Summer Sessions has gone on sale at a reduced 50% capacity, ahead of the possibility of reopening to full audiences on 21 June, subject to government guidance. Safety measures will be in place, including one-way systems to ensure a safe flow of visitors and sanitiser stations. Visitors are required to wear face coverings, unless exempt. Information about safety measures can be found here.