Frequently Asked Questions


Q: When can I buy tickets?

The programme is announced each Spring, and tickets go on sale soon after on TicketSource.

Q: Where can I buy tickets?

The programme is announced each Spring, and tickets go on sale soon after on TicketSource.

Q: When will I get my tickets?

This information is provided at the time of purchase.

Q: Where does the Festival take place?

The Festival’s main venue is the historic house and gardens of Torre Abbey, Torquay. More information about Torre Abbey can be found on their website at: www.torre-abbey.org.uk. For information on how to get to Torre Abbey please see the Your Visit page.

Events also take place at other venues, and where this is the case details are set out on the ticketing website and on this website.

Q: Is the Festival suitable for families and young people?

Generally, yes. Where that is not the case, this is stated explicitly in the information for the event.

Q: Can I bring a group of students to a Festival event?

Please contact the Festival Office at info@iacf-uk.org.

Q: Is there access for people with disabilities?

The Festival’s main venue is Torre Abbey, which has almost 100% accessibility (save for some areas of the garden). For enquiries about accessibility at Torre Abbey, please contact Torre Abbey on 01803 293593

For other Festival venues, details will be provided in the information on each event. For enquiries about accessibility at other Festival venues, please contact the Festival Office.

Q: Can I bring my dog to Festival events?

The Festival’s main venue is Torre Abbey, where dogs are not allowed in the house or gardens. For Torre Abbey, please contact the Torre Abbey team on 01803 293593

For other Festival venues, please contact the Festival Office.

Q: Will there be food and drink available?

Yes.

For events held at Torre Abbey, there will be a range of food and drink available throughout the festival week, and there are cafes, bars and restaurants within walking distance of Torre Abbey.

For events at other venues, arrangements vary so please contact the Festival Office at info@iacf-uk.org.

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