- 1 How long are Theatre tokens valid for?
- 2 Does the Barbican accept Theatre tokens?
- 3 Where is pin on Theatre token?
- 4 How long are national Theatre vouchers valid for?
- 5 Are theatre tokens good value?
- 6 Can you use theatre tokens on TodayTix?
- 7 Are there boxes at the Barbican?
- 8 How do I get to the Barbican Conservatory?
- 9 What are the 3 origins of Theatre?
- 10 How much does it cost to subscribe to the National Theatre?
- 11 Are National Theatre tickets refundable?
- 12 How do I contact the National Theatre?
How long are Theatre tokens valid for?
Theatre Tokens have no expiry date so as long as they haven’t already been redeemed you can use them. For security reasons, some older versions of our Theatre Tokens will need to be replaced before using.
Does the Barbican accept Theatre tokens?
We also accept Society of London Theatre tokens and contactless payment devices. They can be used all at once or as partial payment to buy tickets for any of our events at the Barbican.
Where is pin on Theatre token?
The PIN can be found as follows: Gift Card & New Paper vouchers – on the back under the silver scratch-off panel. eGift – where it states ‘Pin’ Paper voucher – only the last four digits under the scratch-off panel.
How long are national Theatre vouchers valid for?
Gift Membership can be bought for any level of National Theatre membership, and are valid for 12 months from when they are redeemed.
Are theatre tokens good value?
Theatre tokens are a scam. You can’t use them to book directly with the theatre and are required to go through See Tickets and pay a See Ticket booking fee.
Can you use theatre tokens on TodayTix?
We are unable to accept Theatre Tokens as a form of payment on TodayTix – they are only redeemable via Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre venues.
Are there boxes at the Barbican?
The Barbican Theatre opens around one hour before the show starts. The Box Office opens 90 minutes before the start of performances. The Barbican Centre complex is open from 9am (Monday to Saturday) and 11am (Sunday).
How do I get to the Barbican Conservatory?
From the Barbican highwalks, follow signs to the ‘Barbican Centre’. Walking from Barbican tube station, you’ll see a steps with ‘Art Gallery’ above them, these will lead you up to the Sculpture Court where you’ll see a sign for the Conservatory.
What are the 3 origins of Theatre?
The theatre of ancient Greece consisted of three types of drama: tragedy, comedy, and the satyr play. The origins of theatre in ancient Greece, according to Aristotle (384–322 BCE), the first theoretician of theatre, are to be found in the festivals that honoured Dionysus.
How much does it cost to subscribe to the National Theatre?
How much does it cost? You can watch all our AD titles by subscribing to National Theatre at Home for £9.99 per month / USD$12.99+tax or get 12 months for the price of 10 with annual subscription £99.99 / $129.99+tax for a year.
Are National Theatre tickets refundable?
Will I get a refund? We do not offer refunds but we can issue you a Credit Voucher in lieu of your tickets, or exchange to another performance, as long as we have 24 hours notice before the start of the show.
How do I contact the National Theatre?
If you have followed these steps and you are still experiencing difficulties purchasing tickets, please contact the Box Office on 020 7452 3060, or Tweet us @nationaltheatre, and a member of our team will be happy to help you to book online.