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FAQs

Below are some common questions about visiting and hiring Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts  Centre.  If you have any further questions feel free to contact us.

Is there parking at the Performing Arts Centre?

Yes, there is free on-site parking for over 100 vehicles at Hinchingbrooke House and ample further parking at 50p all within a short walk from the venue.  There are a further 5 disabled spaces closer to the building.

Are refreshments available at events?

The type and number of refreshments available will depend on the event.  Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts has a licensed and coffee bars with snacks which are on sale at most events.  It is not permitted to bring in hot food and self-catering has to be agreed with the catering manager in advance.

Can I take refreshments into the main auditorium?

Glassware  and chinaware is not permitted inside the auditorium.  Usually tea coffee and bar drinks will be served in plastic or paper containers.

Is there an interval during the event?

The timings of the event and structure vary according to the type of event and performers.  Usually, the interval will be after 45 to 60 minutes.

If I am unable to attend an event can I get a refund on my ticket?

If sufficient notice is given, a refund can usually be arranged. No shows on the day cannot be refunded.

How do I book tickets for an upcoming event?

Depending on the type of event you will be able to book tickets through the organiser website, TicketSource and by calling our hospitality office.  Please see our upcoming events section for more information on each event.

How do I get to Hinchingbooke Performing Arts?

Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts is ideally situated for drivers and users of public transport and is just a short ten minute walk from Huntingdon Rail Station which has regular trains to London and Peterborough. The venue is just off the B1514 which is very close to both the A14 and A1.