Email: Register for a See account here to import your Spotify library or ‘follow’ artists you find on our site to add them to your ‘favourites’. We will send you email alerts every time one of your favourite artists goes on tour.
Email: In your user account, you can import your Spotify library or ‘follow’ artists you find on our site to add them to your ‘favourites’. We will send you email alerts every time one of your favourite artists goes on tour.
See Tickets will be official ticketing partner to Independent Venue Week 2021. IVW will run from 25 to 31 January 2021 and will celebrate the venues across the UK which not only act as much-loved live music hubs but often double up to provide creative spaces for their local communities.
See Tickets has long been a champion of independent venues working with more than 50 venue partners across the UK including The Leadmill, Electric Ballroom, Albert Hall Manchester, Village Underground, Omeara, The Brudenell, Alexandra Palace, The Boileroom, Sneaky Pete’s, Bush Hall and Lincoln Engine Shed.
Rob Wilmshurst, Global CEO at See Tickets said: "We're very proud to be supporting IVW 2021 in what has been a challenging time for live event venues. These spaces are at the heart of the live music scene and we feel strongly that their contribution should be both recognised and celebrated."
Sybil Bell, Founder of Independent Venue Week said: "We're so chuffed to be working with See Tickets for #IVW21. See are hugely favoured by so many of our venues and promoters and having worked with the team on and off over the years, we totally understand why. Working with like-minded people who care passionately about the grassroots community is always important to us and formalising our working relationship this year feels like a great next step."
More news on the 2021 IVW programme will follow in the coming weeks with events likely to include live streams and socially distanced gigs.
See Tickets has launched a tool-set to create and manage ‘socially distanced’ seating plans. This has been used successfully in a number of recent circumstances.
This feature will allow any configuration of ‘social distancing’ from variations on the initial chequer board concepts, to the wrapping of any number of ‘dead’ seats around any quantity of seats sold as a ‘bubble’.
Any configuration can be designed including table plans, camp sites(!) and traditional auditoria plans.
Venues, attractions and events as diverse as English Heritage, Alexandra Palace, Brand Events’ Drive & Dine Theatre and Greenwich Comedy Festival have been using See Tickets' suite of Covid-safe tools as part of their re-opening procedures. These tools include limited capacity time slot ticketing, contactless access control, personalised track and trace ticketing and car registration capture where the event is of a drive-in nature.
Rob Wilmshurst, Global CEO at See Tickets said: “We remain committed to investing in, and giving our clients and our customers, the very best services and systems to help get the industry moving again during and after this pandemic.”
We have been supporting clients with Covid safe on-site and access control services and demonstrated this successfully at Greenwich Comedy Festival which took place in September 2020 with numerous safety measures in place.
Tickets were sold through See Tickets in multiples of two and each pair of seats was socially distanced from others. Customers were seated in blocks and their block allocation linked to the pre-allocated entrance and staggered arrival time they were given.
All See customers were electronically sent a ‘print at home’ ticket via email as a PDF file which can be displayed and scanned from a mobile device easily. See can also assist event organisers with track and trace and can upon request, provide the lead booker’s contact details including time stamp of entry.
Attendees entered via two separate entrances that led ticket holders to a single double-sided tent that worked as both entry scanning and bar facility. All attendees were directed to one of seven event staff positioned behind perspex shields to have their tickets validated via See’s access control solution.
A staggered exit system was deployed with instructions announced from stage at close of event. Attendees were required to leave via the same entrance they arrived at, distancing between others in the queue.
Attendees were extremely compliant with safety measures in place and followed instructions carefully. A noticeable willingness for the event to take place and for ticket holders to be at a live event again aided this. This made the event a much safer environment, and so can be deemed a huge success in our on-site operation helping clients during this time.
*Image shows socially distanced seating laid out for attendees at Greenwich Comedy Festival 2020.
Country Music Week is going Digital!!! The organisers of Country To Country - Europe's biggest country music festival - alongside some of the world's best country stars and emerging talent have come together to deliver a full week of incredible country music content across various platforms exclusively for UK and European fans.
Taking place from Monday 19th to Sunday 25th October 2020, Country Music Digital will include live sessions, exclusive interviews, social and radio show takeovers, showcases, quizzes and many more.
Artists taking part in Country Music Week Digital include American Young, Andrew Farriss, Ashley McBryde, Brent Cobb, Brett Eldredge, Cam, Carly Pearce, Caylee Hammack, Chris Young, Danielle Bradbery, Dustin Lynch, Emma & Jolie, Granger Smith, Ingrid Andress, Jackson Michelson, Jameson Rodgers, Jimmie Allen, Kalie Shorr, Lady A, Lainey Wilson, Lee Brice, Lindsay Ell, Matt Stell, Michael Ray, Midland, Mitchell Tenpenny, Mo Pitney, Morgan Wallen, Noah Schnacky, Payton Smith, Rodney Atkins, Runaway June, Ruthie Collins, Scotty McCreery, Tenille Townes, The Adelaides, The Cadillac Three, The Shires, Tim Dugger, Twinnie, Tyler Rich, Vic Allen, Ward Thomas and Willie Jones, with more artists to be announced soon.
Full timings and where to watch & listen will be announced next week, so keep an eye on the official C2C website. As well as following Country to Country socials on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Passport: Back to Our Roots is a nationwide series of one-off intimate gigs by the UK's biggest artists, supporting the independent grassroots venues that form the foundations of the UK’s live music scene.
This is your chance to watch the biggest artists play their smallest gigs – live and in person like they should be – while making a huge difference to the UK's crisis-stricken grassroots music venues, who need urgent help due to COVID-19 closures.
The gigs will be happening as soon as real shows can happen safely - these are not socially distanced, compromised experiences. Prize draw entries for each gig will be open for two weeks, and at the end of each campaign, all proceeds go to support these venues who need the money, right now. By making a £5 donation you'll be entered into the prize draw to get into the show you and a friend!
Try, buy, book and hire everything you need for your special day at The National Wedding Show. It's the ultimate destination for wedding planning, with hundreds of wedding specialists from bridal boutiques and florists to jewellers and wedding venues, as well as stunning catwalk shows, expert advice and wedding inspiration at every turn!
When you arrive at the National Wedding Show, make sure to relax and indulge with a glass of bubbly in The Champagne Bar, while you plan out the rest of your day. Walk around with your wedding party, take a look at the different suppliers, talk to the specialists and come join us at The Catwalk. You can watch a spectacular show, whilst checking out our talented bridal designers and looking at the new bridal trends. What more could you want?
And if you want to make the day extra special, why not treat yourself to a VIP ticket. With fast track entry, an exclusive goodie bag with Lancôme products, a complimentary glass of bubbly and reserved seating to the LIVE Catwalk show, it’s the perfect way to spend the day!
Given the dire situation the theatre industry is in we call on the Government to review the continued imposition of social distancing in indoor theatres as soon as possible (and on a regular basis thereafter should it need to remain in force) and well before the currently stated timeline of November
The theatre industry is benefiting from the culture bail-out but that sum cannot do more than help some venues and organisations survive the current closure. The decision not to review social distancing until November is adversely affecting recovery chances and jeopardising thousands of jobs and many venues. The rationale for keeping theatres closed for months longer must be properly debated and speedier consideration needs to be given to the possibility of lifting social distancing in theatres.
Head to Wakehurst for a magical winter lantern trail. Watch the trees, ponds and forest floors come to life at night with luminous lanterns, spellbinding projections, evocative soundscapes, and dazzling torches of fire.
This year, the trail reflects on the smallest things which make the biggest impact. A grain of pollen, a fungus spore, a seed on the wind; our immersive walk through nature shines a spotlight on the hidden heroes of the plant and fungal world.
Highlights include: OGE Group with their award-winning 'Light a Wish' installation, sculptor Sarah Hall-Baqai with her fantastical fungi-lanterns, and The Colour Project with their mesmerising projections of fungi secrets and majestic owls.
DATES & TIMES
Thursday 26 Nov – Sunday 29 Nov Thursday 3 Dec – Sunday 6 Dec Thursday 10 Dec – Sunday 13 Dec Thursday 17 Dec – Wednesday 23 Dec Sunday 27 Dec – Wednesday 30 Dec
ENTRY TIMES Choose from twelve time slots at 20-minute intervals between 4.30pm – 8.10pm. Gardens close 10pm.
A limited number of ‘quiet session’ tickets are available on select Thursdays. These are suitable for visitors with disabilities, such as autism, to make for a more comfortable visit, offering access before the general public.
Wakehurst or Kew member - Adult: £13* Wakehurst or Kew member - Family (2 adults & 2 children): £42* Adult: £15* Children (4 – 16): £9* Infants (under 4s) and carers: Free* Family (2 adults & 2 children): £46*
Have your you dusted-off your bike during lockdown? Or invested more time in your cycling hobby? With a surge in cycling across the UK The London E-Bike Festival and The Cycle Show want to hear how you feel about cycling and whether your participation levels are set to increase. Have your say and let them know your thoughts by completing this survey for a chance to win one of two £250 John Lewis vouchers.
Audiences will also have the chance to watch iconic opera and ballet performances in the comfort of their cars with an exclusive partnership with the world-leading Royal Opera House.
There will be screenings of Swan Lake, La Traviata, La Boheme and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland across all the Luna Drive In locations.
With high definition screens and incredible in car sounds, you’ll be able to imagine you are back at the Opera House!
The Luna Cinema have also formed a partnership with National Theatre Live to bring their record breaking production of Fleabag, starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge to the Luna Drive In big screens this season.
Capacities are all limited, so grab your tickets before they go!
Unfortunately, due to the evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, many events taking place in the near future are being cancelled, postponed or rescheduled. We will do our best to keep you updated as quickly as we can.
If you have a query regarding an event you are due to attend, and whether this is affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, please be aware that if an event has been cancelled, postponed or rescheduled then full details will be sent to you via email.
If you have not received an email from us yet, then as far as we know the event is still going ahead as planned. If you have seen an announcement on social media about your event, please allow time for this to be communicated to us.
Below is a list of the most recent cancellations and postponements. We will post weekly updates on our website. Please note that some cancelled or postponed shows may not be listed below. All West End Theatre updates will be available here.
If in doubt, and you want to get in touch with our customer services team, please contact them online via our Live Chat and Contact Form or our Customer Support Centre. Please note we are unable to respond to queries on social media at this time.
Rick Astley Status: Postponed Original Date: October/November 2020 Rescheduled Date: May 2021
A Gay and A NonGay Status: Cancelled Original Date: 6-11 September 2020 Rescheduled Date: N/A
The Lathums Status: Cancelled Original Date: May-July 2020 Rescheduled Date: N/A
The Australian Pink Floyd Status: Postponed Original Date: October - December 2021 Rescheduled Date: 2020
Michael Bolton Status: Postponed Original Date: September/October 2020 Rescheduled Date: September/October 2021
Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn Status: Postponed Original Date: Rescheduled Date: April 2021
Passenger Status: Postponed Original Date: Rescheduled Date: Feb 2021