For your safety
Thank you for joining us in celebrating live arts again and we hope you have a fun time with us at Bridge. To help ensure the health and wellbeing of our visitors and colleagues, all visitors must adhere to current government guidelines relating to Covid-19, and follow guidance provided on-site.
Please remember to give space, wash hands and wear a mask when appropriate.
A number of safety measures will be in place:
All visitors aged 16 and over will be asked to provide contact details as part of the government’s Test and Trace programme. Where possible, visitors should ensure they have downloaded the NHS COVID-19 app before arriving.
Hand sanitiser stations will be provided
Signage will assist visitors and staff to observe social distancing
Bridge is free to attend, however we ask that tickets be booked in advance to guarantee entry. A number of tickets will be available on the day, but during busy periods entry can not be guaranteed.
Please have your ticket confirmation ready at the gate, visible on your phone.
Visit the What's On page for more details and to book.
Bridge is an outdoor event. We recommend that you bring your own picnic blankets or chairs for the performance. An area will be made available near the front for those with specific access needs.
We aim to make Bridge accessible to everyone.
All of our performances are relaxed. Download our guide for those with neurodiversity.
Seating is available for our night-time performances.
Captioning: We use The Difference Engine, a discrete tool for making performances and events accessible to D/deaf, hard-of-hearing, blind or partially-sighted audience members that delivers captioning direct to your own mobile devices.
Captioned performances are:
5-7th August, Changing Stories (headphones experience), Liverpool
We use The Difference Engine to caption our live events
There are plenty of ways to get involved with Bridge.
During the day, enjoy a programme of free daytime events Under the Bridge. Take part in the immersive headphones Changing Stories and listen to the Bridge Stories podcast.
Put yourself in the picture by taking a selfie against the Bridge in the most creative way you can think of, then share with us on social media using #ImagineBridge.
Visit the What's On page for more details about opportunities in each location.