Conservative-led West Lindsey District Council, which runs the arts centre in Gainsborough, has made the decision to make it easier for customers to purchase tickets. The Trinity Arts Centre will extend its opening times from the Monday, 18th June 2018.
The Grade II listed building on Trinity Street, Gainsborough which puts on a range of live theatre, cinema and live music events has grown in popularity over the last few years. From next Monday customers will be able to book tickets either in person or by phone from the council's Guildhall, in Marshall’s Yard between 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Customers will still be able to purchase tickets on Saturdays at the arts centre from 9.30am to 1pm and one hour before performances begin.
Cllr. Gillian Bardsley (Conservative, Gainsborough North ward) is a big supporter of the arts centre. She commented:
“Trinity Arts Centre is a wonderful asset here in Gainsborough attracting both ‘National Theatre Live’ to Gainsborough’s very own ‘Fame Academy’.
“The arts centre has undergone a huge refurbishment in recent years including a new roof and seating.
“This latest announcement is just the latest stage of how the council is working to improve the offer at the centre for our customers.”
Cllr. Jessie Milne (Conservative, Lea ward) who is also a big advocate of the arts centre also welcomed the news. She said:
“I am delighted to announce that we will be extending our box office opening times from June. We have listened to our customers and this is in response to what they have told us they would like to see.
“In addition to customers booking tickets face to face or over the phone – you can still book tickets on line.
“Alternatively if spaces are available you can pay for shows on the night – but to avoid disappointment its best to book in advance.
“This is part of our Customer First Programme of work, where we are committed to putting our customer at the centre of everything we do.”