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Tickets & Special Discounts
 
Festival Pass: 80.00 - Includes all events for all dates
1-Day Festival Pass: 35 - available for the 22nd July 2016
1-Day Festival Pass: 45 - available for either the 23rd or 24th July 2016
2-Day Festival Pass: 70 - For both the 23rd and 24th July 2016
 
Alternatively, single tickets cost 12.50 for each individual talk.
Purchase two tickets to one talk for 11 each, 3 or more for 10 each.
 
Early bird price: 9.50 per ticket if purchased before June 15th 2016

Buying your Tickets:

To purchase your tickets from the secure site please scroll down this page and click on the
‘BUY TICKETS’ link on the right hand side of the page - adjacent to the speaker(s) you wish to see.
 
To book by telephone please call the Box Office on: 0333 666 3366.
(This new box office number qualifies as inclusive call minute packages for mobiles and landlines)
 
Tickets are strictly limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
 
Please note:
A booking fee will be added by the ticket company ‘TicketSource’ when you buy online or via the ticket telephone line.
    50% of these fees have been paid by The Lewes Speakers Festival and so the fee will amount to no more than a maximum of 5% of the price of the ticket(s). This percentage decreases if you spend more than 25.
To keep the fee to a minimum please book online and print your tickets out at home. This is free of charge.
Alternatively, TicketSource add 1.50 to the booking fee for tickets to be sent to you by post.
Please see the bottom of this page for a full explanation.
 
Any queries, please email: marcrattrayuk@yahoo.co.uk
All Festival Pass 22nd July - 24th July 2016 (Valid for all events held at the All Saints Centre)

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2 Day Festival Pass - Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July 2016" at All Saints Centre

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All day Pass - Friday 22nd July 2016

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 Friday 22nd July
12.00 – 13.15
Peter Hain
Back to the future of Socialism

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Friday 22nd
14.00 – 15.15
Ken Livingstone
Being Red: A Politics for the Future

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Friday 22nd July
16.45 - 18.00
Fiona Reynolds
The Fight For Beauty: Our Path to a Better Future

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Friday 22nd July
18.30 - 19.45
Malcolm Rifkind
Politics and Pragmatism: The Memoirs of Malcolm Rifkind

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Friday 22nd July
20.15 - 21.30
David Aaronovitch
Party Animals: My Family and Other Communists

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All day Pass - Saturday 23rd July 2016

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Saturday 23rd July
10.00 - 11.15
Philip Mansel
Aleppo : from Ottoman City to Twenty First Century Catastrophe

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Saturday 23rd July
11.45 - 13.00
Hugh Pym
Inside the banking crisis: The Untold Story

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Saturday 23rd July
13.30 – 14.45
John Gimlette
Elephant Complex

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Saturday 23rd July
15.15 - 16.30
Peter Hennessy
Reflections: Conversations with Politicians

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Saturday 23rd July
17.00 - 18.15
Ruth Dudley Edwards
The Seven: The Lives and Legacies of the Founding Fathers of the Irish Republic

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Saturday 23rd July
18.45 - 20.00
Dan Cruikshank
A History of Architecture in 100 Buildings

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Saturday 23rd July
20.30 - 21.45
Diarmaid MacCulloch
All things made new: Writings on the Reformation

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All day Pass - Sunday 24th 2016

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Sunday 24th July
10.00 - 11.15
James Boys
Hillary Rising: The Politics, Persona and Policies of a New American Dynasty

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Sunday 24th July
11.45 - 13.00
Frances Welch
Rasputin: A Short Life

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Sunday 24th July
13.30 - 14.45
Lesley Thomson in Conversation with Lisa Holloway
The House With No Rooms

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 Sunday 24th July
15.15 - 16.30
Azi Ahmed
Worlds Apart: A Muslim Girl with the SAS

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Sunday 24th July
17.00 - 18.15
Tony Little
An Intelligent Person's Guide to Education

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Sunday 24th July
18.45 - 20.00
John Andrews
The World in Conflict: Understanding the world's troublespots

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Sunday 24th July
20.30 - 21.45
Andrew Lownie
Stalin’s Englishman

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TicketSource’s Booking Fees

Booking Line: 0333 666 3366
 
PLEASE NOTE:
The Winchester Speakers Festival keeps booking fees to a minimum by paying 50%
of the fee that would be payable to TicketSource.
 
Which credit and debit cards are accepted?
Accepted Cards
   For credit or debit card transactions, Ticketsource accepts payment by VISA credit and debit, MasterCard credit and debit, Maestro, American Express and JCB cards.

How much are the booking fees?

Transaction Value

Fee

up to 25.00

5%*

up to 35.00

4.5%

up to 50.00

4%

up to 100.00

3.5%

TicketSource’s fee levels have to cover the credit/debit card provider charges that are incurred with each card transaction, as well as website provision, staffing costs, general overheads and VAT.

Delivery options

Customers who book online and pay by debit or credit card have a variety of ticket delivery options available to them.
 
Electronic Ticket:
Customers print their own e-tickets at home, at no additional cost.
 
Mobile Ticket:
A mobile ticket which includes the unique booking reference and barcode is sent to your phone at a cost of 50p per booking.
 
Standard Post Ticket:
Available as an option up to four days before any event, tickets are dispatched to you directly from TicketSource via Royal Mail and the customer is charged an additional 1.50 per booking.
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