Charleston Festival Under-30s tickets

For the first time this year, we have introduced a new under-30s ticket, with 1,000 £10 tickets available across Charleston Festival events.

You can purchase tickets:

  • ONLINE: www.charleston.org.uk/festival 
  • BY PHONE: Festival Box Office: 01323 815150 (Mon to Fri: 10.00-17.00). 
  • IN PERSON: Charleston Shop (Weds to Sun: 10.00-17.00)

Please note that online sales end at 6pm the day before an event. If you would like to make a booking after that point please contact us by phone or visit the Festival Box Office in person.

Further £10 festival tickets for under-30s may be released, so keep an eye on our website for details.

Please note these tickets may only be used by those aged 29 and under and ​you may be asked to provide proof of age before entering the festival with an under-30s ticket. 

You can also become an under-30s friend of Charleston to enjoy the following benefits:

  • Free entry to the House & Garden
  • Free entry to the Galleries and a changing programme of exhibitions
  • Priority booking for Charleston Festival 
  • Invitations to at least three friends-only events
  • 25% discount on the thrice-yearly Charleston Press book
  • Discounts on our creative workshops and events programme
  • Updates on Charleston news by email

Find out more here.

What's on

A Life with Lucian Charleston Festival Event Image 16 May
A Life with Lucian

Celia Paul and William Feaver reflect on their memories of Lucian Freud and what it means to live an artist’s life.

Adjoa Andoh Charleston Festival Event Image 17 May
Anne Brontë: 200 Years

To mark the 200th anniversary of Anne Brontë’s birth, celebrate her work with conversation and live readings.

Maggi Hambling Charleston Festival Event Image 20 May
Generations

Maggi Hambling reflects on art across the generations in light of her late father Harry Hambling, a self-taught watercolour painter.

Bernardine Evaristo Charleston Festival Event Image 22 May
Breaking Ground

Bernardine Evaristo and Mike McCormack discuss experimental writing, breaking tradition and letting content dictate form.


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