On this page:
|Full Festival Diary|
|Booking Dates||Reserve List||General information|
|Festival Box Office||Souvenir Programme||Access|
|Young Festival Critics (15-30 year olds)||Souvenir Programme for Friends||Booking Policies|
Friends Priority booking 10.00am Monday 15 February to Monday 29 February 2016
Pubic booking 10.00am Tuesday 1 March 2016 onwards
Tuesday to Saturday
|10am – 5pm
10am – 6pm
11am – 5pm
|In Person & by Post||Box Office,
Newbury RG14 5BD
|By Telephone||0845 5218 218||
Calls cost 2p per minute plus your telephone company’s Access Charge
If an event is sold out, you may like to put yourself on the reserve list at the box office. Quite often we will be able to get a ticket for you closer to the date. We will do our best but it isn't guaranteed. If you would like to go on the reserve list, for the event you would like to see, please call the box office on 0845 5 218 218 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
We may contact you to offer you tickets and offers for other events going on during the festival.
Come to a Festival event for free and write a review of your experience! For more information and to register go to the website.
The Souvenir Programme Book gives information on each Festival event. It's on sale for £6 from the start of the Festival at the Box Office and at all venues. It can also be ordered in advance with your tickets. A voucher will be printed with your tickets, to be redeemed at your first event.
Friends of the Festival who book 6 or more concerts, or tickets to the value of over £150, are entitled to one FREE Souvenir Programme. Please request this at the time of booking.
The Festival reserves the right to change artists or programmes as necessary. The Festival reserves the right to refuse latecomers admission to any performance until a suitable break, or at the first interval. Finishing times of events are approximate and given as a guide only.
Please see the venues individual pages for access details.
|Full Wheelchair Access||Hearing Loop||Disabled Parking||Disabled Toilets|
Corn Exchange Booking Charges
All tickets are subject to an £1 booking fee, which is capped at £6 for telephone and postal bookings. No fee is made for tickets booked in person at the box office. There is a postage charge of £1.20 on telephone, postal and online bookings.
A limited number of unsold tickets for concerts at St Nicolas Church may be available on the night for £5. These are only available on the door and are subject to availability.
All tickets are non-refundable. In the case of a sold-out event tickets can be returned to the Box Office for resale, if successfully resol an administration fee of £1 per ticket will be chargeable.
Tickets Advertised as Reserved
Seating plans are available to view online. For events with reserved seating you will be able to select the seat of your choice, when available.
Tickets Advertised as Unreserved
At the event seats are obtained on a first come first served basis.
Unpaid Tickets Reserved by Telephone
Corn Exchange tickets will only be held for 3 days or up to 1 hour before the event commences, whichever is the sooner. Other venue tickets will be held for 3 days before being released for resale.
Students and unwaged (jobseeker's allowance) £2 off full ticket price. Accompanied children under 16 half full adult price (except family events where children's ticket prices are printed). Wheelchair users and the visually impaired receive a free companion ticket.
10% discount will be given on groups of 10 or more. Group booking should be made 24 hours or more in advance.
Your details will be available to Newbury Spring Festival and the Corn Exchange Newbury only, and will not be shared with third parties.