Snape Maltings was one of the UK’s first performance spaces to start holding indoor live events after the initial Covid-19 lockdown.
The weekend concerts, staged for small and socially distanced audiences – and lasting around 45 minutes, have so far included the likes of The Gesualdo Six, the Elias Quartet, the Doric String Quartet, folk musicians Kathryn Tickell and Amy Thatcher, and jazz pianist Julian Joseph.
Most upcoming performers will be appearing twice over their respective weekend. For the afternoon performances, the venue has set a ‘pay what you can’ ticketing structure, while evening tickets are priced at £15.
The venue recommends that you sign-up to its mailing list to be alerted when performers are announced and tickets go on sale.
Owing to the restricted numbers of tickets available, visitors are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.