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Doors will open at each venue at 7pm. The film will not start until natural light levels are sufficiently low, this will be approximately 30 minutes after sunset.

Tickets booked online will be offered with three methods of collection: Print at home (free), Royal Mail Recorded Delivery (charged at £3.50 per booking) or collection from QUAD Box Office for Derbyshire and Nottingham events only (free). Tickets booked via QUAD Box Office will be offered with Royal Mail Recorded Delivery or collection from QUAD.

Tickets purchased under a print at home agreement will be emailed to the email address provided at the time of sale and should be shown at the entrance to the event on a printed page or on a mobile phone, tablet or other device for electronic scanning. All members of the party should arrive together with one copy of the print at home ticket. Mobile signal is not guaranteed at any venue so tickets shown on a mobile device should be saved as a PDF or screenshot prior to arrival. Customers arriving without a valid copy of their ticket may be refused entry.

Screenings will still go ahead in inclement weather conditions and are never cancelled more than 12 hours ahead of the screening time as the weather can change rapidly. Customers accept the risk that weather they consider unsatisfactory may occur on a screening night, and acknowledge that tickets will not be exchanged or refunded unless a screening is cancelled by QUAD. In an event where we consider the safety of the audience could be compromised, the film may be cancelled at short notice.

Cancellations will always be a last resort and only authorised by joint decision of the Operational Management Teams at QUAD and the venue. In the unlikely event of a cancellation, tickets will be exchanged for another screening during the Summer Nights Film Festival 2018 where possible. Refund availability will be dependent on the cancellation circumstances. Cancellation information will be distributed via social media and email communication channels as a priority.

Smoking is not permitted inside the audience seating area.  Where smoking is permitted at a venue, we ask visitors to move away from the crowd to smoke in the designated smoking area out of respect for other audience members.

Barbecues, fireworks and bonfires are strictly not allowed on site.

Please note that no seats are provided and you should bring chairs or other suitable items to sit on. Seating is in the open air on variable ground conditions so please ensure you bring appropriate provision for your needs. Gazebo-style tents, awnings or canopies or any item which could obscure other patrons’ views are not permitted. Small tables are permitted but they must be kept to the sides or collapsed during the screening.

The screenings are all held outdoors so please ensure you wear appropriate clothing but also feel free to embrace the grandeur of the events and turn out in your dapper best! At previous events we have also had patrons arrive in fancy dress appropriate for the film screening. Please bear in mind that it can get chilly later in the evenings so make sure you bring something warm to wrap up in.

Many venues will have some food and drink provision available to purchase on the night. You are also welcome to bring your own food & drink.

Please note that no seats are provided and you should bring chairs or other suitable items to sit on.  Seating is in the open air on variable ground conditions so please ensure you bring appropriate provision for your needs. Gazebo-style tents, awnings or canopies or any item which could obscure other patrons’ views are not permitted. Small tables are permitted but they must be kept to the sides or collapsed during the screening. You may also wish to bring a torch and some blankets as it can get cold later in the evening!

Each venue has its own access information and visitors are asked to check with individual venues for appropriate information or check the venue page on this website.

This year our screening of Beauty and the Beast at Wollaton Hall will include descriptive subtitles.

Venues have free parking on site. Please check with individual venues for parking information or see the venue page on this website.

Tickets are available to buy online up to 2 days prior to the screening or from QUAD Box Office in Derby up to 24 hours before the event. Tickets are also available to purchase on the night if there is still capacity.

Please be aware that we cannot guarantee that you will be able to buy a ticket on the night. Customers must bring their tickets with them to the screening and may be refused entry without them. In the event of a lost ticket please contact our Box Office 48 hours before the event on 01332 290606.

With the exception of assistance dogs, we will not be permitting dogs into any venue.

Children are welcome to attend our events, but please be aware that they must adhere to the film’s certification and our team will have to check ID to make sure that audience members are the suitable age to see the film. Concession tickets are available for children under 12 years of age and free tickets are available for children under 5 years of age.

Customers must bring their tickets to the screening. In the event of a lost ticket please contact QUAD Box Office at least 48 hours before the screening on 01332 290 606.

For groups of 8 or more, the early bird price of £12.50 will be available to buy by calling QUAD Box Office on 01332 290 606 until the Thursday before the screening. This group offer is not available online or from venues on the night of the screening.

Yes, our TechsQUAD team offer hire for private events, please contact [email protected] for more details.

Tickets

To book your tickets for this year’s Summer Nights Film Festival follow the link below.

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Alternatively call the QUAD Box Office and speak to a member of our team on 01332 290 606.

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