1.Reservations will be held for groups of 10+ only and must be paid for 4 weeks prior to the performance.
2.Ticket collections must be made at least 15 minutes before the performance starts.
3.Tickets will be held at box office for collection – not reception
4.For half an hour before the start of a show, priority is given to ticket collections. Patrons wishing to make future bookings must do so before this time.
5.Tickets are not refundable
6.Latecomers will only be admitted at a suitable break in the performance, which may be the interval.
7.If admitted latecomers may be required to sit in alternative seats.
8.The Management reserves the right to refuse admission and to require the ticket holder to leave the premises.
9.The Management reserves the right to make any changes whatsoever in the performance due to unforeseeable or unavoidable cause.
10.Mobile phones, pagers and digital alarms must be switched off in the auditorium.
11.Photography and the use of video or audio recording equipment is not permitted in the auditorium.
12.The Brunton operates in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018.
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