Do I need to book for all the events at the Newton Building?
No. Once you have a pass, you can go to any event within that time frame. A weekend pass allows you to see any event throughout the weekend. A day pass gives you access to all events on that day. A half-day pass allows you into the Keynote talk plus the events within the particular morning or afternoon.
The only events that need booking are the workshops. Once you have purchased your pass, then you can book a place. The workshops are listed here.
Can I go into the Newton Building without a pass?
Yes. The large foyer area in the Newton Building is open to all.
- Browse bookstalls and craft stalls
- Take part in Eat your Words
- Meet the Writer in Residence and Artist in Residence
- Discuss issues arising from stories with Behind the Words
- Contribute to the WeaveAPoem
- Have a ‘queer fortune’ told
- Enjoy coffee and snacks
You can purchase passes in the box office to take part in the other exciting events at the Newton Building.
How do these passes work at the Newton Building events?
The pass will be a wristband that will allow you entry into most of the events in the Newton Building. The passes are time limited and are available for half-day, whole day or weekend.
How do I buy a ticket for the Newton Building?
Go to the Box Office in the Newton Building Foyer.
You can also sign up there for any workshops.
Is there a cloakroom at the Newton Building?
Unfortunately there will be no cloakroom. Please keep an eye on your own bags and coats.
Will there be food available?
In the Newton Building, there will be a small kiosk selling hot drinks and snacks. Otherwise Nottingham city has a range of food outlets all within walking distance.
Can I take photographs of the performers?
Please ask permission of the performer. If they agree, please do not use flash during their event as it is very distracting.
Do you have disability access?
For the Newton Building events, there is disability access to all the events and activities within the building.
Please contact other venues about their own disability access.
Where is a good place to park?
We recommend you park at the Park and Glide site to the north of the city centre on the Forest Recreation Ground, then catch the tram into town. It’s only two stops away from the Newton Building heading into town.