If you are looking for some guidance, or are struggling with the online booking please take a look at the guides below.
PRINT AT HOME
Take advantage of our Print at Home ticketing service when booking online – print out your tickets and bring them, along with the card you used to purchase the ticket/s, for the simplest way to visit Chichester Festival Theatre.
When booking your tickets select the ‘Print at Home’ option. Once your booking is confirmed, a PDF of your ticket(s) will be sent to your email address. Tickets are supplied as one per page. If you do not receive your email with the Print at Home tickets or you accidentally delete it, your tickets can be accessed at any point by logging into your account on this website and click on the tab that says My Print at Home tickets.
To open your Print at Home ticket you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is already installed on most PCs and Macs. If it is not installed on your PC or Mac, or your version is not up to date, please visit Adobe to download it (free of charge). If you have an issue printing your Print at Home ticket and currently have Adobe Reader installed, please re-install Adobe Reader. You can print in black and white or colour.
When entering the auditoria, you must have all relevant pages of your Print at Home tickets with you.
Print at Home Tickets are available on many productions at Chichester Festival Theatre. They can be booked up until the day of the performance, subject to availability. If the Print at Home is not available, you can still select Care of Box Office or Postal Delivery.