We released tickets in stages to ensure that everyone had a fair chance of getting tickets. The final release of tickets – held back until the programmes were delivered by our volunteers – took place on Wednesday 20 March at 8pm for all ticketed events including all eight performances of the Murder Mystery.
Tickets are selling fast – got yours?
About your booking
Tickets are available to book online here.
- The email confirmation of your booking will say “Please download, print and present your eticket on arrival at the venue.” This is not necessary. Just bring the name of the person who booked the ticket and/or the QR code from the email if you have it on your phone.
- If your party will be arriving separately make sure everyone has this information. QR codes are unique to each ticket so ideally each person would have their own ticket.
Note: Some events may show as Sold Out, there is every chance that there will be some returns, so even if an event shows as ‘sold out’, come along and we may well be able to fit you in on a first come, first served basis. But just to be sure – get your tickets!
Please note that 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 wheelchair accessible with toilets for disabled guests. If you have queries, call our access helpline – 07788 721 187.
We use Ticketsource as our online box office provider, a secure, UK-based company paying tax in the UK, with UK based customer service, creating 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 very well for us as an organiser of multiple and simultaneous events.