Tickets



Tickets for Lit/Up 2016 are on sale now.

Concessions and discounts
As well as our best offers yet on combined tickets, day passes and workshops, concessionary tickets are available to people over 60 and young people (under 16) excluding events at Beverley Minster which are now banded to provide a range of price options.
A child under 14 goes FREE with a full paying adult (except children’s events) but a ‘gratis’ ticket is still required as space in some venues is limited.
Children’s events are chargeable but FREE for accompanying adults.
The great value Poetry Passport is available for certain events for young people aged 14 -25 and costs only £3.

If you have any queries, please contact the festival box office on 01482 392699 or email lama.admin@eastriding.gov.uk.




Tickets are available:

Online: Click HERE to visit our booking page. This will transfer you to the East Riding Events website. (Please search through the pages to find the different ticket bands for some events at Beverley Minster. Events are in date order, but not all bands are located together.)

By phone:                                                                                    In Person:
01482 392699                                                                        Beverley Library
Monday – Thursday 9.00am – 4.45pm                     Champney Road
Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm                                                    Beverley HU17 8HE

Tickets for adult creative workshops are only available through the box office on 01482 392699.

Tickets for the following events are only available from the East Riding Theatre box office in person, by phone on 01482 874050 or online at www.eastridingtheatre.co.uk:

Sunday 16 October
Eva Hoffman & Susan Quilliam: The School of Life: How to be Bored / How to Choose a Partner

Thursday 20 October
Gervase Phinn: Secrets at the Little Village School

Friday 21 October
Sara Crowe: Martini Henry

Please check the brochure entries for details on how to book Panti Rai Danseteater: I Wish Her Well and Tom Thorp: An Evening of Music for Saxophone and Piano.