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A combination of technologies offers travellers the opportunity to book tickets for events at the same time as they book their travel arrangements. Bart van Schriek explains how.
Roger Tomlinson takes a snapshot of the wide range of options available these days to arts organisations that sell tickets
Monad Ticketing wants to make life as easy for box office staff as it does for customers
Louise Amery explains how Aberystwyth Arts Centre is working with online specialists Tincan and ticketing system supplier PatronBase to fully integrate its website, social media, e-marketing and online sales
The Elgiva has found that IRIS’s ticketing and marketing systems enable the venue to enhance its technological capabilities in line with changing customer needs
Kath Mainland explains how its ticketing partner, Red61, has enabled Edinburgh Festival Fringe to solve its perennial queuing problems
Beth Aplin gives advice on choosing and working with website developers
With tickets being sold at 39 theatres, ATG needs a system that will respond to customers across the UK. AudienceView is making it happen
Beth Aplin reveals eight things every chief executive should know about their ticketing system
Roger Tomlinson introduces our special ticketing feature, and surveys the range of ticketing and marketing systems on offer in the UK
John Pinchbeck reviews international trends and initiatives in ticketing
Considering a new ticketing system? Don’t forget to consider the impact on box office staff too, says Beth Aplin
In the second of our series looking at the arts world of the future, Alice Walton casts her mind forward to 2020 and asks how arts organisations will attract future audiences.
In July 1999, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre became the first theatre in the UK to sell tickets online. Kate Cripps explores the bewildering range of ticketing opportunities offered by the Internet.