Thursday Pass £4 / Friday Pass £4
Saturday Pass £4 / Sunday Pass £6
Some events FREE
Book by phone
Call the box office on:
+44 845 330 3501
Box office opening hours
Monday to Saturday 10:00 - 20:00
Sunday 12:00 - 17:00
Book workshop spaces by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book in person at:
25 Albert Drive
All the workshops at Epidode 7 are FREE, but have limited capacities, in some instances limited to just one person. So we'd suggest that advance booking is essential. To enquire about booking a space on any of the workshops, or to get further information please email email@example.com. We'd also like to ask that if you do book a space and then can longer attend that you get in touch with us, so that we can offer the place to another person. Thanks!
Access for Children
People can attend with “Babes in Arms” - children under 24 months. The “Babes in Arms” ticket is £1 and can be purchased from Tramway either over the phone or in person. These tickets are not available online.
We are hope that the spaces we create together to be a place where people can make noise if they need to, whilst also keeping in mind each others desires and capacity for attention. We plan on discussing this each day as we introduce the programme. Hopefully this means that people with young children can attend the events, and that together we can create a welcoming space.
Because some of the content of the events are improvised and unpredictable and/ or might involve swearing, Tramway would still like to make the events carry an age recommendation, which means that children over 24 months and under 16 years would not be able to attend.
Hopefully we can established a space together that means that people which ‘babes in arms’ would feel comfortable attending any events, and also comfortable in making a decision for themselves about the space and how it feels for everybody there.
If you are particularly concerned or worried about other people expectations in relation to noise and attention required, then two events that could have the greatest the amounts of silence are the Hortense J. Spillers & Denise da Silva conversation and the Peter Pal Pelbart conversation, both on Sunday 19 April.