You can buy tickets for all events online
No booking fee will apply. Tickets should be printed at home, ready to be shown at the door. Alternatively tickets can be collected at the door for no extra charge.
Tickets for all events, except Festival meals, can also be bought on the door during the Festival. If you have a problem with your tickets, please phone the Festival box office on 07491 674594.
Afternoon session Court House, beside St Peter’s Church £6 2:15 - Graham Greene’s Common: A guided walk (under three miles; includes uphill stretches and WWI trenches) led by Richard Shepherd […]
Morning session The Town Hall £21 9:45 - Our Thespians in Havana: Filming ‘Our Man’ in early-Revolutionary Cuba: Festival Director Christopher Hull (Chester Uni) reveals the local sensitivities about how their island would be portrayed in Carol Reed’s production, just four months after the 1959 Cuban Revolution. 10:45 - Break for tea and coffee 11:15 […]
Morning session Deans’ Hall, Berkhamsted School (Castle Street) £22.50 9:45 - What a life a bibliographer’s must be!’ (Graham Greene, 1964) - tracking down Greene’s writings: Jon Wise considers the early attempts from the 1940s to 1979 to construct a bibliography of Greene’s work. Mike Hill looks at his collaboration with Jon Wise to research […]
Morning session Old Hall and Careers Centre, Berkhamsted School (Castle Street) £21 9:00 - A tour of the School Archives: including a look at the Exhibition Room, the green baize […]
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People under 21 and holders of a Dacorum Card have free entry to all Festival events apart from the quiz and meals. Proof of status will required on the door.
Refunds and resale
No tickets are refundable.
The Box Office can accept tickets for resale only if an event has sold out, and any refund will be subject to a 10% handling fee. We will try to resell the ticket(s) for sold-out events, but offer no guarantee that we will be able to do so. If we are unable to resell the ticket(s) then we will be unable to make a refund. All refunds for returned tickets will be made after the Festival.
The Graham Greene Festival is not liable for any subsequent programme changes. Keep up to date by visiting this website.
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