terms and conditions
The copyright in the content on the Shakespeare North Playhouse website belongs to Shakespeare North Playhouse except where it is stated otherwise. All rights are reserved by Shakespeare North Playhouse. Except solely for your own personal and non-commercial use in accordance with the law, no part of this website may be copied, published, or adapted in any other medium without the prior written permission of Shakespeare North Playhouse.
All tickets, merchandise and other items available to purchase on this website are subject to availability.
Shakespeare North Playhouse reserves the right to change prices, for example introduce discounts, without prior notification. Offers or discounts will not be applied to previously purchased tickets or other items.
Please check the date and time of your booking(s) carefully as mistakes cannot always be rectified.
All information is correct at the time of purchase. Occasionally it is necessary to make changes to performances, for example a change of artist or the start time or date of an event. Shakespeare North Playhouse reserves the right to make these changes without prior notification or obligation to refund monies or exchange tickets. We will make every endeavour to contact customers in advance to advise of any changes.
Some productions may not be suitable for children or may contain material which could cause offence. Specific age and content advisory information is included on the event webpage and our team will also be able to offer more information.
A range of concessions, discounts and offers is available and varies from event to event. Specific information on the ticket prices available are shown on the event webpage. You can find information about schools and groups discounts here. If you are unsure about your eligibility for a concession or discount please contact us at [email protected]
If you have purchased tickets at the student rate you will need to show your NUS card, along with your ticket, on arrival at the theatre.
Tickets and vouchers cannot be exchanged or money refunded.
Events cancelled by us or directly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic are eligible for exchange and refund, and we will be in touch with you by email or phone with information specific to your booking. Please note that, where a customer opts to keep their tickets for a future date, this is considered as a firm booking and is subject to our usual terms and conditions.
Tickets must not be resold. This includes the resale of tickets for profit, in which circumstances Shakespeare North Playhouse reserves the right to cancel the booking or refuse admission without notice and without being obliged to refund monies.
Occasionally it may be necessary to change a customer’s seat allocation. Shakespeare North Playhouse reserves the right to make these changes without prior notification or obligation to refund monies or exchange tickets. We will make every endeavour to contact customers in advance to advise of any changes at the earliest opportunity.
Shakespeare North Playhouse reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder to ensure the comfort and safety of our staff and audiences.
Latecomers will be admitted at the discretion of the Duty Manager at a suitable point in the performance. Please note, some performances have a strict no latecomers policy and we are unable to refund ticket purchases if you miss the performance start time.
Photography, video and sound recording of performances is strictly forbidden. Anyone found to be recording a performance may be asked to leave.
The use of mobile phones is not permitted during performances.
We are working hard to ensure that your theatregoing experience is as COVID-safe and as comfortable as possible. You will find specific information about the measures we’re implementing for forthcoming shows and workshops on each event’s webpage.
When a performance has the potential to sell out, we bring in dynamic pricing for some performances. It’s an approach that is similar to airline ticket prices which change according to demand. Some ticket prices on certain performances therefore may increase if the demand is enough, so it’s always best to book early for popular shows.