Interest continues around our partnership with The Piano Works music venue. Here’s our pick of the media coverage:
Piano Works ramps up sanitising protocol to serve live music when safe
This article in Real Business shows how this innovative music venue, The Piano Works, is keeping its customers safe using the Gateway Personal Protection Tunnel.
“The process begins prior to guests joining the queue to enter the venues, where their temperatures will be checked by a thermal imaging camera that is accurate to within .2 of a degree. Afterwards, guests will enter the venue through a special Gateway personal protection tunnel that sprays antiviral dry mist from head to toe in seconds.”
The Piano Works to reopen in September with ‘whole-body sanitising system’
This article in the Evening Standard describes how the Gateway sanitisation tunnel works.
“The Piano Works music bars in Farringdon and the West End will open in September with strict Covid-19 regulations, including a Gateway Personal Protection Tunnel (PPT). They will be the first places in the UK to operate such a system. Guests will enter through a gate which covers them head-to-toe in an antiviral dry mist, which the venue says: reduces the risk of transmission by deactivating any virus particles that are present on clothes or exposed skin.”
The Piano Works first UK hospitality venue to use Gateway Spray Tunnel
As the hospitality industry opens up, this article in caterlyst.com describes how one venue is adopting high protection levels against coronavirus for customers.
Tristan Moffat, Operations Director for The Piano Works says: “We need to reassure our guests that we are doing all that we can to keep them safe. We dress our security as gamekeepers for the same reason. We’re hopeful that by taking each and every precaution we can, that we will instil trust in our customers and vice versa. It’s amazing how a bit of trust can go a long way!
These safety measures have not been seen combined in the UK before and we believe that using the best technology available will help our guests enjoy our great musicians perform once again. For any music venues interested in acquiring this tech we are happy to demonstrate how it works at Farringdon.”