Please read the following terms and conditions carefully – when you buy a ticket by telephone, over the counter, online or via an agency, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions of sale.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.chapter.org, by telephone on 029 2030 4400, by post or in person over the counter. Please check your ticket details carefully as we can’t guarantee that mistakes will be rectified after the booking has been confirmed.
Tickets purchased online must be paid in full at the time of booking.
All tickets, price types and discounts are subject to availability, can be changed and/or withdrawn without prior notice and do not apply to tickets already purchased. Chapter reserves the right to introduce offers and price changes without prior notice. The price of the ticket shall be the price set at the time we accept your order.
Where a concession is claimed, proof of identity and concession entitlement may be required and only one reduction can be applied to each ticket. Reductions may be limited.
Persons with a disability who require a personal assistant (PA) to accompany them are entitled to a free ticket for their PA. Chapter is also part of Hynt, the national access scheme that works with theatres and arts centres in Wales to make sure there is a consistent offer available for visitors with an impairment or specific access requirement, and their Carers or Personal Assistants. For more information, please visit www.hynt .co.uk
Tickets are sold for private use only and are not for resale for commercial gain to the holder. If we have reason to believe that tickets are being resold we may invalidate them and refuse entry to the performance.
Chapter will not be responsible for any ticket that is lost, stolen or destroyed. Duplicates may be issued at our discretion.
All tickets are sold subject to Chapter’s right to alter the advertised programme, screening or cast in the event of unavoidable cause, without prior notification.
When making a booking with us your personal data is stored on the Box Office computer system. By making a booking you consent to your personal data being stored in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). You will be asked if this data may be used to keep you informed about forthcoming events or developments at Chapter and you will be asked if you would be happy to receive Fundraising requests from Chapter.
We may also use and disclose anonymous aggregate booking information (excluding credit card details) with external agencies (e.g. Arts Council of Wales) for the purpose of analysis and research. Chapter will take all reasonable steps to ensure the security of data within this process.
Tickets are sold subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 and any subsequent amendments.
Tickets are held at our Box Office on our main site at Chapter, Market Road, Canton Cardiff CF5 1QE unless otherwise stated.
Exchanges and Refunds:
We will always refund when the event is cancelled or rescheduled or where there is a material change to the programme of the event and the purchaser of the ticket will be entitled to claim a refund of the actual cost of purchase. A material change is a change which, in our reasonable opinion, makes the event materially different to the event purchasers of the ticket, taken generally, could reasonably expect. The use of understudies in a theatre performance is not considered a material change.
Tickets may be exchanged to an alternative performance/screening of the same event up to 24 hours prior to the original performance/screening date, subject to availability.
Tickets will be accepted for resale but Chapter will only attempt to resell tickets once a performance is sold out and cannot guarantee that tickets will be resold.
Refunds or the reimbursement of resold tickets shall only be made to the person who purchased the ticket and be made using the same method as was used to purchase the tickets. Where the original purchase was made by cash, the customer will be required to collect and sign for the refunded or reimbursed cash from our Box Office.
These Terms and Conditions do not and shall not affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
Events may be age restricted and it is the responsibility of the ticket holder to check before purchasing.
Latecomers may be asked to wait until a suitable break in the performance before taking their seats. In some circumstances this might be the interval or where there is no interval and in extreme circumstances this could mean missing the whole event. No refund will be given for customers who miss parts of/whole performances due to lateness.
Chapter reserves the right to request that ticket holders leave the venue at any point on reasonable grounds, including for health and safety, licensing reasons, or where we believe other users’ comfort, enjoyment or security may be affected and may take any appropriate action to enforce this right.
The unauthorised use of photographic or recording equipment, including mobile phone cameras, is not permitted in the auditorium.
Chapter reserves the right for ourselves or third parties on our behalf to carry out general filming and sound recording in or around the building. Chapter will notify customers at the point of booking if filming is planned in relation to the event they are attending, thereby giving customers the option of booking for an alternative screening/performance/event. If consent is given and a ticket is purchased, this signifies the holder's consent to be photographed or sound recorded and to the commercial exploitation of such film or recording without any right to payment.
In addition, and specifically in relation to the non-ticketed areas of our building (café bar etc) Chapter will always supply adequate signage and pre-warn customers as far in advance as possible to ensure awareness of filming activities so as to enable customers to object if they so wish.
Please ensure that mobile phones, pagers and digital alarms are turned off or to silent before the start of the performance/screening.
Smoking/vaping is not permitted anywhere in the building.
Ticket holders must comply with all relevant statutes, safety announcements and venue regulations whilst attending the event.
If ticket holders have any special requirements or concerns about any special effects which may be featured at the event, prior notice should be provided when ordering tickets. Special effects may include, but not be limited to, sound, audio visual, pyrotechnic effects or lighting effects.
Complaints relating to any aspect of a performance should be made to the Duty Manager at the venue prior to, during or immediately after the performance.
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Wi-Fi Terms and Conditions
The Terms & Conditions below serve as an agreement between you and Chapter Arts Centre regarding the free use of the WIFI.
Any use of Chapter’s internet service is carried out at your own risk.
We have no responsibility or control over your internet activity, and cannot guarantee that any internet activity you engage in will be secure.
We have no responsibility or control over the information (including private information) you choose to send or receive over the network.
We cannot guarantee the speed of which your data will travel over the network
We cannot guarantee that the network will run on your device. Furthermore, it is your responsibility to provide antivirus and malware protection for your device or hardware. We will not accept any liability for damage to your device or hardware through you using inadequate security settings or your failure to protect your device by using appropriate software, nor are we responsible for any viruses or spyware which may be downloaded on to your device while using our Wi-Fi service.
Printing is not available using our Wi-Fi service
We cannot provide technical assistance to you in relation to using our Wi-Fi service
We reserve the right to at all times to withdraw the network, change how the network runs and add or remove the process of having to sign into an account to use the network.
2. Your usage of the network
2.1 You must not use the network to access any Internet services or send or receive e-mails or anything in a similar form, which: 2.1.1 are threatening or have the use of threatening language, intimidating or which could be classes as harassment; 2.1.2 contain obscene, offensive, racial or abusive language/material; 2.1.3 contain pornographic material (which includes, text, images, videos and sounds of a sexually explicit or arousing nature); 2.1.4 contains offensive or derogatory images regarding sex, race, religion or belief, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, age, disability, sexual orientation; 2.1.5 contains material which infringes third party’s rights (which includes intellectual property rights); 2.1.6 are otherwise unlawful or inappropriate.
2.2 Videos, Music, pictures and text and other related content that is found to be copyright on the internet should not be downloaded. You will indemnify us and any organisation managing and/or supporting our Wi-Fi service against all losses, damage, expenses (including reasonable legal costs and expenses), liabilities or claims arising out of you breaking any of the terms and conditions of use of our Wi-Fi service.
2.3 Chapter and our provider Clearstream monitor usage of the WiFi and we reserve the right to terminate or temporarily suspend your connection to the network if you are found engaging in any activity that breaches any provision of this agreement including but not limited to 2.1-2.3 above.
2.4 We do not recommend that you use our network to send or receive any person/confidential data, if you choose to do so it is at your own risk.
2.5 We cannot guarantee that your data is safe while using our network, we hold no liability for loss of information or damage to information including that mentioned in 1.3
3.1 You must not use the network to engage in any activity which is causing a criminal offense in either the United Kingdom, Europe or any other Continent/Country.
3.2 You agree that if you commit any illegal activities while using our network we reserve the right to cooperate with the law enforcement and provide them with any evidence including your IP (internet protocol) address.
4.1 This agreement is governed by the law of England and Wales and is subject to the jurisdiction of the English and Welsh courts sitting in Wales.