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Penny Readings 2015: How to get your tickets

Written by Lisa Spurgin, 5th November 2015

Penny Readings fest 1 onlineLast week we announced the date for this year's Penny Readings, and now we can reveal more information on how you can get tickets to this year's festive extravaganza of reading, music and entertainment.

First, a little reminder of the fundamentals:

Where? St George's Hall (Concert Room), Liverpool
When? Sunday 13th December, 6.30-8.30pm (entrance to the foyer from 5.30pm onwards, with stalls and refreshments)
How much? Tickets are free - just bring your penny on the night!

Shared reading group members and The Reader volunteers will be assigned priority ticket reservation from now until 5pm on Friday 13th November. A maximum of 2 tickets per group member/volunteer can be reserved, although due to possible high demand and a limited number of tickets available there is no guarantee that all requests will be fulfilled.

Group members and volunteers will be able to request tickets from their group leader or volunteer contact and must include the following details: first name and surname, name of group and group leader (applicable to group members) and contact details (telephone number and/or email address).

Ticket allocation for group members and volunteers will be confirmed during the week commencing Monday 23rd November.

Tickets will be available to the general public from 10am on Tuesday 17th November, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis via the online booking link at http://pennyreadings2015.eventbrite.co.uk/ and by calling 0151 729 2220. There will be a maximum of 2 tickets per order.

Please be aware, there are no afternoon Ha'penny Readings taking place this year. Children and young people can attend the Penny Readings with an ordered ticket.

We'll be keeping you updated with more Penny Readings news in the run-up to the big night - in the meantime, follow the #PennyReadings hashtag on Twitter for all the latest...

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