It is now possible to create an account which will speed up future bookings as the computer system will retain your name and address details saving you time.
A £1 per ticket transaction fee will be applicable on all bookings made online, by phone and in person, for any payment method, up to a maximum of nine tickets. An additional postage fee applies for tickets that are mailed to customers. North Devon Theatres’ Members & Supporters, Group and School tickets not incur a booking fee. North Devon Theatres’ Trust is a registered charity and booking fees contribute to the cost of providing the Box Office service.
For all performances a £1.50 payment to our Love Arts fund will be included in the ticket price for every seat sold.
You can book in person at the Queen's Theatre or the Landmark Theatre box offices.
The Queen's Theatre Box Office is open from 10am-4pm, Monday to Saturday.
Throughout January 2015, the Landmark Box Office will be open from 10.30am -2pm.
From February until April 2015, the opening hours will be 10am-3pm, Monday to Saturday.
On performance evenings the box office remains open until 15 minutes after 'curtain up'.
On Sundays and Bank Holidays Box Office will open 2 hours before curtain up.
North Devon Theatres' Box Office: 01271 32 42 42
Box Office telephone lines are open Monday to Saturday from 10am - 4pm (later on performance evenings).
Visa, Mastercard, Maestro & Solo cards are accepted. Unpaid reservations can be held for 3 days before payment.
North Devon Theatres' Trust is a registered charity and our beautiful venues in Barnstaple and Ilfracombe are expensive to maintain.
A Love Arts payment of £1.50 per ticket is included in the ticket price for each show and helps us improve the theatre experience for our audience and preserve the buildings for future generations.
In the last ten years, nearly 2 million people have walked through our doors. However with success there comes a price – the wear and tear on the buildings. Obviously we have been doing our best to keep things up to date in this time we have spent over £600,000 on maintaining and upgrading the Queen’s and Landmark theatres. But the costs keep spiralling and it is difficult to raise money for these sorts of purposes.
As a charity and not-for-profit company, everything that we earn we plough back into our activities. It can be misleading when you come to the theatres and see full houses; we look like a thriving organisation and we are – artistically and educationally – but our ability to earn extra income is limited.
For every £1 we take at the Box Office, 66p goes to the artists, producers and promoters and 20p goes in VAT and licences, leaving us just an average of 14p towards our overheads.
Since launching Love Arts - our buildings, maintenance and restoration fund in November 2008, your Love Arts payments have enabled us to repair, repaint and renovate our buildings inside and out, meaning we can keep attracting the best artists for you and preserving them for future generations to enjoy.
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