THE CORONAVIRUS

ZINNEMA DOES WHAT HAS TO BE DONE

Corona immobilizes our (cultural) lives for a while, sadly this is also the case for Zinnema. Our entire artistic programming will be suspended until August 15. Nevertheless we are trying our utmost to stay present online. Be sure to follow all our social media channels if you want to stay on top of our artistic projects. The virus can’t and won’t stop us from sharing with you the works of our artists!

In the meantime, our team is working actively on a promising season 20/21.

The next couple of days and weeks we will be looking into solutions for the tenants of our infrastructure. Doing so by following the government’s guidelines and trying to book as many events as possible on future dates.

People who bought tickets to one of Zinnema’s events in the period following March 12 will be contacted personally soon. Some events will still take place in our next artistic season. Based on this information we will proceed with the refund or the rebooking of your ticket.

Still left with some questions? Maybe you’ll find the answer down below.

 

HOW LONG WILL THE CLOSURE LAST?

Sadly enough we don’t have a clue how long these measures will still be in force. Our actions are based on the federal recommendations of the national safety council. Zinnema will not be organizing events in our facilities until August 15.

 

WHAT ABOUT MY TICKETS?

All ticketholders will be contacted personally in the course of the next couple of weeks with the proposition of a refund or a rebooking. Hence the exceptional measures we’re asking you to have some patience. We’re doing everything in our power to provide you the correct information as soon as possible.

 

I HAVE AN URGENT QUESTION? WHO CAN HELP ME?

The doors of Zinnema may be closed, but that doesn’t mean we’re not active and operating. All employees are working from their homes and are reachable via their mail address. Contact details can be found on the page contact.

 

YOU’RE STILL LEFT WITH SOME QUESTIONS ON THE CORONAVIRUS?

Consult the website of the Federal Public Service Public Health.