In-person Festival Tour
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- Visiting information
- Open 10am-5pm Wednesday-Sunday (last admission 4pm)
Closed to the public Monday and Tuesday
About the In-person Festival Tour
Join BCB CEO/Artistic Director Clare Woods or Creative Producer Rhiannon Ewing-James in a tour of the BCB festival hub. This tour will give you an overview of the BCB festival and introduce you to the artists exhibiting in BCB 2021.
This In person tour is for any BCB visitor and guest who wants to learn more about the exhibitions and artists involved in BCB 2021.
This event is taking place in-person at BCB’s festival hub, The Goods Yards.
BCB CEO/Artistic Director Clare Wood or Creative Producer Rhiannon Ewing-James.
Maximum 10 people per tour.
We’re introducing a sliding scale ticket system for ticketed events at British Ceramics Biennial 2021.
The scheme works by having a sliding ticket price scale – the ticket costs are Free (£0), £2, £4, £6, or £8 – along with a recommendation of what you might choose to pay according to your personal situation. You won’t be asked for any proof / ID, we just ask that you are honest!
Our suggestion of what to pay is the following:
- Free or £2 – For those who are finding it hard to meet everyday costs
- £4 or £6 – For those who can meet daily costs but find it can be stressful to do so
- £8 – For those who are employed and can meet their daily costs comfortably
Tickets for our events will be announced soon. Keep an eye on our social media or sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know.
We are in the process of confirming our new venue’s accessibility. Details will be announced soon.
These tours are supported by Arts Council England, Staffordshire University and Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
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