Thursday 29th March 2018 at 7:30pm
at the Lancaster Arts Centre
To select your seats please click the button below.
Last year we spent over £200 on printing and posting tickets, that is 20 full price tickets per year
Can you send my tickets in the post?
Sorry but no, we are no longer sending any tickets in the post. We believe that almost everyone has access to a printer, and as such, respectfully ask that you print a single A4 page per ticket you purchase.
Why aren’t you sending tickets in the post?
We believe that everyone should have access to a printer at home, through work or maybe a neighbour, friend or family member. Each ticket has a unique code on it which we will scan when you arrive.
We are charity and we want to raise as much money for the charities that you help us to support. Each year, it costs us over £200 in ink, paper, envelopes and stamps to send out tickets, so by strictly enforcing this policy, you are helping to guarantee another £200 will be given to the charities you are helping to support.
I don’t have a printer, what can I do?
Firstly, don’t worry. Obviously we would love it if you could print the ticket yourself, however, we completely understand that sometimes, we all run out of ink or paper, or just don’t have a printer or computer at home or can’t print them at work. As such, if you cannot print them yourself, then there are 4 options:
- save the tickets to your phone, they are in PDF format, remember each ticket is a single PDF
- screen-grab the barcode and seat number of each ticket, full screen to your phones photo library
Please only use the following 2 options as a last resort:
- contact us and ask us to print them for you, they will be available at reception as usual – £1 voluntary contribution per ticket
- lastly, we can search for you by name, however this takes 20-30 seconds PER PERSON as we can only search for one person at a time, not a group and we have to check each person in, one by one
Thank you for understanding and helping us to raise even more money.