Booking tickets for the 2018 Festival

The online Box Office will open at 10:00am on Tuesday 20th February with part of the ticket allocation for most events.

Online bookingticketsource.co.uk/thfestival

View the 2018 Telegraph Hill Festival Programme in full (PDF)

  • There’s no need to print your ticket if you book online
  • Just note the booking reference and the name in which the booking was made.

There will also be a box office available at the Hill Trader (within Hill Station Cafe) at the following dates and times:

  • Monday 26th February 12noon to 3pm
  • Saturday 3rd March 11am to 1pm
  • Wednesday 7th March 3pm to 5pm

The balance of unsold tickets will be released to online booking at 10am on Thursday 8th March.

Concession prices are shown in brackets and apply to full time students, under 18’s, or those in receipt of welfare/pension benefits.

Please note: Some ‘free’ events may need reservations. Some tickets are also almost always available on the door.

Disabled facilities vary between venues (some events take place in private homes). St Catherine’s Church has an induction loop hearing aid system. Larger venues are accessible to wheelchair users and have toilets for disabled guests. If you have queries or would like help, call our access helpline on 07788 721 187.

Online bookingticketsource.co.uk/thfestival

View the 2018 Telegraph Hill Festival Programme in full (PDF)

We use Ticketsource as our online box office provider because they are secure, UK-based, pay tax in the UK, have UK based customer service, and create jobs for people in the UK.   There is a small charge to us for processing payments, and this is the lowest fee among comparable competitors.   Ticketsource works for us as an organiser of multiple and simultaneous events.


Events throughout the Festival

Tragic Harvest and Wall of Ideas

Tragic Harvest is an installation created by local artist Angel McMahon highlighting the issue of plastic waste and the devastation it is having on our marine life and the environment. The work will create an eerie reminder of how much plastic we use and discard and will be illuminated at night. Residents are invited to come and contribute items of plastic waste to the work and watch it evolve throughout the festival. A Wall of Ideas will be constructed to inspire one of the ‘Don’t Waste the Day’ events. Come and share your ideas and pledges for reducing our plastic footprint. We will then produce a community Plastic Reduction Tool-Kit incorporating all the ideas to ensure that together our community does something practical. As part of this event we are looking to award prizes for the best item of clothing made out of plastic waste. (Prizes for different age categories). See posters for more details about displaying these items and judging.

Telegraph Hill Centre

Open Show

An Open Show exhibiting local artists using various media, always full of surprise and delight. To take part, please email jknepler@mac.com by no later than 5pm Friday 2 March.

The White Hart

Make the whole Hill a Gallery, Film Screen or Stage

Anyone and everyone can participate in this event. Use a window onto the streets of Telegraph Hill to display something to the world passing by. It might be an artwork, an important statement or message, a selection of objects or a favourite image. You might choose to change your display regularly, project a film or perform live. Help turn the windows of Telegraph Hill into a gallery on the streets.

All over the Hill

Spring Chicks!

  • Monday-Friday – 9:15am-12:30pm
  • Saturday – 9:30-11:30am

Telegraph Hill Playclub, Lower Park

(separate entrance off Erlanger Road)