SJM Concerts presents:
Entry Requirements: U16s to be accompanied
Reserved Seating tickets will be allocated closer to the date of the show on a first come first served basis.
Customers with access requirements should contact the venue directly. Please visit https://www.atgtickets.com/help/contact-us/ or call 0800 912 6971 (Typetalk 18001 0871 297 5477)
IMPORTANT: What to bring with you to the theatre
We cannot wait to welcome you to our venue, but need to make sure you, our staff and the rest of the audience are safe. Upon arrival, as well as your eTickets, all members of your party over the age of 18 must demonstrate their Covid-19 status to gain entry in ONE of the following ways:
• Full vaccination (first and second dose), and with the second dose administered at least 14 days before your visit; or
• A negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours of your visit; or
• Proof of natural immunity (positive PCR test within the last six months, after self-isolation has ended and up to 180 days after taking the test).
It’s quick and simple to evidence the above using the NHS Covid Pass we advise that you download the app BEFORE you attend the event, or you can show your downloaded status from the NHS website or GP letter.
Attendees under the age of 18 must provide verbal confirmation that they have not tested positive nor are currently suffering from symptoms of Covid-19; from their parent, guardian or the individual themselves if they are aged 16 or 17.
We ask that everyone please arrive 60-90 minutes prior to the event start time to aid with the safe movement of customers around our venue. Please note that failure to provide your details may result in you being refused entry without a refund. If you, or any members of your booking, are unable or unwilling to provide their COVID-19 status, please contact us as soon as possible. Take a moment to familiarise yourself with other useful information for your visit, including instructions on how to demonstrate your COVID-19 status.
Billy Bragg has been a fearless recording artist, tireless live performer and peerless political campaigner for over 30 years. Among the former Saturday boy’s albums are his punk-charged debut Life’s a Riot With Spy Vs Spy, the more love-infused Workers Playtime, pop classic Don’t Try This At Home, the Queen’s Golden Jubilee-timed treatise on national identity England, Half-English, and his stripped-down tenth, Tooth and Nail, his most successful since the early 90s. The intervening three decades have been marked by a number one hit single, having a street named after him, being the subject of a South Bank Show, appearing onstage at Wembley Stadium, curating Leftfield at Glastonbury, sharing spotted dick with a Cabinet minister in the House of Commons cafeteria, being mentioned in Bob Dylan’s memoir and meeting the Queen. At their best, Billy’s songs present ‘the perfect Venn diagram between the political and the personal’ (the Guardian).