Tickets for events at the Civic Arts Centre and Theatre can usually be booked one of three ways:
Links to tickets are next to every event listed on the website, but for a comprehensive list of all our events visit
Please note that when booking online a booking fee applies of £0.45 + 6% per ticket
You can also book tickets to our events over the phone - 01254 398319. A booking fee will also be applied to these transactions.
You can call into the Civic Arts Centre and Theatre any time during our opening hours to enquire about events and also book tickets with us. Please note that paying with cash or with a cheque is the only way to avoid the Ticketsource booking fee. 
We can, under some circumstances, reserve seats for shows. If you book over the phone, but can come into the box office to pay with cash, we will hold your seats for you. These seats will be held for 5 working days before the reservation is cancelled. We prefer if you either come into the box office to book, or come to pay that day, but we understand that sometimes people need a more convenient time. 
We would never recommend buying tickets on the door.  Advance booking secures your seat and means you don't have to wait upon arrival; it also helps us to plan sufficient staffing levels. If you must book tickets on the door, please call us prior to arrival to check there are tickets still available.
Ticket prices are dictated to us by the company producing the show and we are often not able to offer discounts unless it is agreed in advance with the company.  Where a concession price is available, this applies to children under 16 and over 60's, unless otherwise stated.  For in house shows (produced and performed by the Civic), we can offer group discounts.  Please contact us for more information.
All tickets purchased are non-refundable.  If you wish to protect your purchase, TicketSource offers booking protection that can be purchased along with your tickets.  This secures against injury/illness, travel and other disruptions.  (All claims are submitted to the protections providers and not the Civic Arts Centre).