All under 16s must to be supervised on site, and all adult supervisors need to buy a ticket and be in the main hall during the event.
Ticket offers and discounts
Ticket offers and discounts are subject to availability for selected events and may be withdrawn at any time without prior notice. Ticket offers and discounts cannot be used retrospectively after original purchase. In the case of a 241 offer the lowest priced ticket will be deducted. Terms and conditions of sale apply to all ticket offers and discounted tickets. Ticket offers and discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts or concessionary rates. Proof of eligibility may be required.
The discount code ‘EAGLEOFFER’ is applicable on tickets purchased from 5pm on 2 August 2019 until 11.59pm 24 August 2019 for the following events only:
The Illegal Eagles – Saturday 24 August 2019 19:30 – Cheltenham Town Hall
This offer (‘EAGLEOFFER’) cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or concessionary rates. The offer cannot be used retrospectively on tickets bought before 5pm on 2 August 2019. Standard terms & conditions apply, see below for details. Offer may be withdrawn at any time without prior notice.
The discount code ‘LAWRENCE10’ is applicable on tickets purchased from 5pm on 19 August 2019 until 11.59pm 7 September 2019 for the following events only:
Andrew Lawrence: Clean – Saturday 07 September 2019 20:00 – Cheltenham Town Hall
This offer (‘LAWRENCE10’) cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or concessionary rates. The offer cannot be used retrospectively on tickets bought before 5pm on 19 August 2019. Standard terms & conditions apply, see below for details. Offer may be withdrawn at any time without prior notice.
Conditions of sale
The Management reserves the right, in combination with any other statements or directives shown on the tickets or displayed on the premises to:
- Refuse admission
- Refuse admission to children under 16 years old when not accompanied by an adult
- Refuse entry to and use on the premises of any camera or any form of audio or visual recording equipment
- Request patrons to leave the premises
- Conduct security searches to ensure safety of patrons
- Delay entry of latecomers until a suitable break in the performance
- Make any change whatsoever in the performance without compensation or consultation
- Change patrons’ seating positions if necessary
- Cancel or abandon the performance/event for reasons beyond its control without notice and without being liable to pay any person any guarantee that these will necessarily be available at the event
- In the unlikely event of a performance being cancelled we will use our reasonable endeavours to notify you using the details you provided us with at the point of booking
- Customers must arrange to redeem refunds within 28 days of notification of a cancelled event
Please check your tickets carefully.
Tickets may not be exchanged, nor refunded.
Please retain your ticket and proof of purchase.
At Cheltenham Town Hall and Pittville Pump Room we want all our visitors to have the best experience possible. We take the safety and security of all our visitors very seriously and to this end our security team will undertake bag checks prior to gigs. We thank everyone who visits us for cooperating fully with all security checks so that we can all continue to enjoy the events in these historic venues.
As a Trust we are responsible for health and safety within our venues and so we need to ensure a safe environment for all patrons. We have had instances of alcohol abuse and confrontation on the premises and we are taking the necessary precautions to avoid these situations happening again so that everyone can have the best experience possible at our venues.
This policy is an extension of measures already in place to ensure the safety of our customers, but may cause additional queues and delays when entering the venue. Please bear this in mind when attending events at The Cheltenham Town Hall and the Pittville Pump Room. Please keep any personal belongings you bring into the venues to a minimum and adjust your travel time accordingly.
The Cheltenham Trust would like to reassure everyone attending the venues that the safety and security of our customers has always been, and continues to be, a high priority. Our security and safety policy reflects recent events that have taken place across the UK and Europe at other venues, and we do ask that customers be patient and understanding where this might impact on queue times. We will make every effort to communicate this information to customers as quickly and clearly as we can.
We would always recommend customers check the Cheltenham Town Hall and Pittville Pump Room website, Facebook and Twitter pages before they travel and that they arrive at the venue as close to the doors open time as possible to minimise any potential delays in accessing the venue.
We request customers keep the number of personal belongings brought to an event to a minimum and report any suspicious activity to a venue steward.
We do not permit people to bring banners, flags or whistles. Other restrictions include alcohol, guns, knives, CS gas canisters and flares.
Cheltenham Town Hall is an iconic music venue and we want our customers to have a first class experience when they visit us. As a music venue, we understand that some shows encourage the audience to get out of their seats and dance at the front of the auditorium. In general we do not prevent customers from doing this as we wish our audience members to have a great time and enjoy the show.
However, if a member of the audience is obstructing the view of other audience members, we may ask them to sit down. If any behaviour is deemed to be unruly or inappropriate, that audience member may be removed from the venue.
Thank you for understanding, and enjoy the show!
To be able to continue to enrich the lives of residents and visitors to the town, we rely on the generosity of the general public, local business and funders. You will notice an option to add a donation to your ticket purchase, please help us raise £10,000 to support our community and young people’s education programmes.
Any online donations made will go directly to The Cheltenham Trust.
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