Covid-19: Latest updates & how we're helping our community

Coronavirus Updates

Welcome Back!

We’re now ready to go with full covid safety measures in place.
Come for a coffee or check out the Letters From Lockdown community arts exhibition.

Coffee Shop & Bar Opening Hours

    • Tuesday to Thursday from 9:30 am to 1 pm.
    • Friday & Saturday from 9:30 am to 8 pm
    • Sundays from 11am to 3 pm

Our office is open Tuesdays 9am – 4pm

Performances & Tickets

Following the recommendation from the UK government (March 16th), we can confirm all upcoming performances at The Hub will be postponed until further notice. 

This will be regularly reviewed as we receive more information. We ask all ticket holders to avoid contacting us directly. If you have tickets for a performance that is affected, our ticket sales team will be in touch as soon as possible.

We are in discussions with producers and will keep our ticket holders informed. The safety and health of our staff and visitors is our number one priority and we will continue to follow any recommendations from the relevant authorities and implement all appropriate instructions accordingly.

Rescheduled Shows 

  • Arowana Quartet rescheduled from 18th March to 14th Nov
  • The Last Five Years rescheduled from 27th / 28th March to 19th/21st and 22 Nov
  • Pink Moon rescheduled from 18th April to 13th Dec
  • Lionman rescheduled from 19th April to Spring 2021 (date TBC)
  • Charlie Barnes presents Troubadour Club – Ralph Pelleymounter rescheduled from 26th April to 20th September
  • Gypsy Jazz Quartet rescheduled from 29th April to 16th Sept
  • Caroline Horton All of Me rescheduled from 30th May to Spring 2021 (date TBC)
  • The Attenboroughs rescheduled from 10th May to 27th Nov
  • Gin Festival rescheduled from 23rd May to date TBC
  • Animation Magic Through Time rescheduled from 29th May to 30th Oct
  • Tres Tres Cabaret rescheduled from 30th May to 22nd August
  • Burlesque Workshop rescheduled from 31st May to 23rd Aug
  • Inua Ellams rescheduled from 4th Jun to date TBC
  • Lichfield Youth Musical Theatre: Andrew Lloyd Webber  rescheduled from 5/6th Jun to 9/10th Oct
  • Gerrard Winstanley’s True and Righteous Mobile Incitement Unit rescheduled from 7th June to date TBC
  • The Great Train Robbery rescheduled from 11th June to Spring 2021 (date TBC)
  • Charlie Barnes presents Troubadour Club – Jake Morely rescheduled from 14th June to 25th Oct
  • Swing into Summer rescheduled from 17th June to date TBC
  • I Got A Right to Sing the Blues rescheduled from 21st June to 1st Nov
  • Inspire rescheduled from 3rd July to date TBC
  • Black Heart Orchestra rescheduled from 4th July to date TBC

Cancelled Shows

  • Transatlantic Folk (20th March)
  • Fafunia Springy Stories (8th Apr)
  • Torrindon Trio (20th May)
  • A Different Thread (22nd May)
  • Honley Male Voice Choir (20th June)
  • Lichfield Art Fest (27/28th June)

Community Responses

The Hub is at the centre of the Lichfield community and we are exploring ways we can offer support to community initiatives during this difficult time.

Helping Hotline

We’ve teamed up with Helping Each Other- Lichfield and Surrounding areas.

If you, or anyone you know is a vulnerable person, we have a team of volunteers that can help. We can pick up your prescriptions, do your shop and pick up essential items.

Our phones are manned from 10am – 12pm Monday/Wednesday/Friday and deliveries will be made throughout the afternoon on these days.

Get in touch during these times if you need support on 01543 256611 or 07506581055

The Hub in partnership with Rosie and Ramona presents

The Letters From LockDown

Keep yourself and the little ones busy by taking  part in our community arts project.

Get your creative juices flowing in isolation with our new community arts project.

Be Part of the Community

How Can You Help?

Get involved in our creative community response project, The Letters From LockDown. Or pop us the price of your morning cuppa into our (virtual) donations box to support our charity through this difficult time.

As a charity we rely on income from audiences and these are challenging times for our venue. We Thank You for standing with us and look forward to a bright future, bringing great performing arts, heritage and culture to Lichfield for everyone.

Thanks – The Hub at St Mary’s Management Team