Cork Midsummer Festival is an annual multi-disciplinary arts festival that uses the city as its backdrop and inspiration. It provides high-quality arts events, both national and international, for audiences of all ages. Its programme provides opportunities for significant public participation and engagement, supports the development of emerging artists across all artforms, and provides a unique platform for work by local and national artists.
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This year the festival is providing access details about its sites and venues in relation to their:
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Access for individuals who are blind or have low vision
- Assistive listening systems
If you need any further assistance regarding accessibility, please contact Kath Gorman, Head of Participation and Engagement firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cork Midsummer Festival and all venue partners and stakeholders commit to maintaining the safest possible environment for all staff, teams, artists and patrons during the festival.
It is our aim to create a safe environment for our festival in this ever changing and challenging time. We will be implementing plans and will only open events to audiences until and if it is safe to do so. We will await announcements over the coming weeks from the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) and the Government which will outline clearly whether we can bring audiences to attend our exciting programme of events in-person in June. We will be closely monitoring for any updates or changes in these restrictions and if and when there are updates and changes we will change out plans to reflect that.
In most elements of the programme there will be an option to view and participate in the events online from the comfort of your home.
Any in-person events planned for the festival will be comprehensively covered with a detailed and unique Covid-19 Safety Plan which will be in line with government restrictions and public health guidelines for that time.
Cork Midsummer Festival 2021 has a Lead Worker Representative (LWR) responsible for maintaining and monitoring Covid-19 compliance throughout the festival. Each event/project/company/artist will in turn have their own representative responsible for managing Covid-19 compliance who will liaise with the LWR at the Cork Midsummer festival at all times.
In any case we expect all artists, crews, team members and audience to at all times follow these basic steps that we have all become used to:
- Wear a face covering
- Maintain a social Distance of 2m
- Wash hands frequently
- Do not attend anything in person if you are feeling unwell or have symptoms of Covid-19
The safety of our teams, staff and audience is and will always be our priority to ensure we have a safe, creative and enjoyable Cork Midsummer Festival 2021.
For queries or enquiries or just some reassurance on our policies, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Got a bit of spare time on your hands? Like to get more involved in the festival? Or maybe you run a business and are looking for a volunteering activity to bring all your employees together?
We are seeking volunteers (ages 18+) at Cork Midsummer Festival to assist with a range of activities from stewarding to market research. Volunteering is a great way to see some of our exciting events and meet new people at the same time! To register your interest and for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org