Do you qualify for a concession?
If you’re eligible for concessions, you should be aware that they are subject to availability, not valid for all performances, and are ultimately determined by the individual event producers.
The following can qualify for a concession.
• Students (with valid student ID)
• Police, Emergency services staff (with valid ID)
• NHS staff (with valid ID)
• Equity Union members (with valid ID and current Equity Card)
• Senior citizens (anyone over the age of 60)
• Unemployed (proof of benefit is required)
• Recipients of Universal Credit (valid ID & proof of benefit is required)
• Recipients of Personal Independence Payment (valid ID & proof of benefit is required)
• Children: Anyone aged 18 months to 15 years inclusive counts as a child and will need their own ticket.
PLEASE NOTE: Children must be supervised at all times, and you need a 1 adult to 5 children ratio, minimum.
Babes in arms: This term encompasses all children 18 months and under. They are only admitted to performances specifically aimed for them, such as children’s shows, but they go free of charge.
The B Right On LGBT Community Festival is registered as a non profit company limited by guarantee 10927423 and is organised by the volunteers of the Brighton & Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum.
It will run from 27th March - 14th April 2019
B.Right.On LGBT Community Festival
Tel: 01273 855773