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FESTIVAL INFO

How can we help you?


HOW CAN I GET IN TOUCH?
If you have any questions or ideas for the festival, please get in touch with us ideas@changefestival.org 

WHERE AND WHEN IS CHANGE FESTIVAL?
Friday 18th October to Sunday 20th October 2019 at Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

HOW DO I BUY TICKETS?
Most events are individually ticketed, so you can choose activities to suit your tastes, budget and availability. Some events are free and for these you just turn up on the day! The full programme is listed on the ‘What’s On’ page .

CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT ACCESS AT THE VENUE?
Full details of access at Warwick Arts Centre can be found here.

HOW DO I GET TO THE VENUE?
As a festival we care deeply about our environmental impact and therefore we encourage you to travel to the venue via public transport. All venue transport information can be found here.

WILL THERE BE FOOD AND DRINK AVAILABLE?
Warwick Arts Centre has a fantastic cafe bar serving drinks, cakes and a small selection of hot food. More information here.

WHO IS ORGANISING THE FESTIVAL?
CHANGE Festival has been created and curated by Festival Director Becky Burchell. Previously the Arts Producer for two of the UK’s most loved festivals, Bestival and Camp Bestival, Becky also produced Sam Lee’s extraordinary Singing With Nightingales events and has been part of the creative teams at the Roundhouse and Glastonbury Festival. Becky has created CHANGE Festival because she is passionate about the role of arts and culture in inspiring audiences to act with hope, courage and empathy in responding to our environmental crisis. 

WHO OWNS CHANGE FESTIVAL?
CHANGE Festival is set up as a Community Interest Company (CIC), with Becky Burchell as the main Director. Being a CIC means that we have a legal duty to run the festival to benefit our audiences and no one will ‘profit’ from the festival. If we are lucky enough to make any excess income after we have paid all the bills, fees and wages, we will put the remaining money back into developing our next festival. 

 

 

The image "Pink Person" is a derivative of a photo by Zi Jian Lim on Unsplash.