General Booking 2013
Tickets are available from the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange box office which acts as the Festival’s agent. From Monday 29 April 2013 you may book by telephone on 01553 764864 or in person at the Corn Exchange Box Office in the Tuesday Market Place.
The Corn Exchange Box Office is open Monday to Saturday:
• From 9am for telephone bookings
• From 10am - 5pm for counter sales
On Sunday 14 and 21 July tickets will be available at the respective venues one hour before each performance. Most venues have designated wheelchair spaces which should be reserved in advance. The Arts Centre auditorium can accommodate only one wheelchair user and access is via the stair climber.
Tickets can be purchased on-line at www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk from Monday 29 April. There is a £1 per transaction booking fee and £1 postage for this service.
Booking by Post
Please include all event details ie. title, date and price of the event along with your name and address. Please note, debit or credit cards cannot be used when booking by post. Cheques should be made payable to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange with your name and address on the reverse. If there are no seats left at the price requested and you would like the box office to allocate you seats at another price, please make this clear in your letter and do not enter an amount but indicate a maximum limit between the crossed lines and ensure that the cheque is signed and dated. The box office will then complete the cheque.
Send with a SAE to: The Box Office, King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1JW If no SAE is enclosed, there will be a postage charge of £1.
Tickets must be paid for within seven days of reservation or up to 24 hours before the
performance/event (whichever is sooner). Uncollected reservations will be released for
re-sale. Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded. Returned tickets will be offered for re-sale only when the venue is sold out and at a handling charge of £1 per ticket.
All ticket prices include VAT.
The right is reserved to refuse admission and to alter the advertised programme.
Latecomers will not be allowed into their seats until a suitable break in the performance.
Tape recorders, videos and cameras may not be taken into any building during performances, workshops and rehearsals.
Mobile phones must be switched off during performances.
Doors will not be opened until 30 minutes before the start of any performance.