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Glór closes as county placed under Level 3 Covid-19 restrictions

JUST weeks after glór re-opened its doors to the public following months of lock-down the venue has once again closed as a result of Covid-19 restrictions.
Under the Living with Covid Level 3 restrictions imposed from midnight on Tuesday across the country cultural attractions including arts centres such as glór, museums and galleries are closed.
Orla Flanagan, director of glór, has confirmed that the county’s premiere arts venue will be closed for three weeks with planned events cancelled or postponed.
“We are very disappointed to be closing our doors so soon after re-opening, and we are grateful for all the support from audiences, artists and the community particularly in the past month. We hope to be in a position to offer live performances and visual art before long, and know how valuable connection through art is, particularly in difficult times like these.”
She stated that the situation will be continually monitored going forward. Glór’s box
office will continue to operate by phone from Monday to Friday, 10am to 2.30pm. The gallery, café and the full building will be closed to the public she confirmed.
“All performances between Wednesday October 7 and Wednesday October 28 have been cancelled or postponed, and information is available on our website for more information. Our Box Office team will be contacting ticket holders in the coming days,” she said.

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