BOOK TICKETS

Online Booking Information

An online booking fee of 75p is added to the ticket price. This pays for the Paypal credit card payment system.

Booking process:
1. Select a show
2. Click on 'Buy tickets'
3. On the shopping cart page, choose the number of tickets you want.
4. Purchase your tickets using a credit or debit card - you do not need to have a Paypal account. Click on 'Check out' to purchase tickets without signing up for a Paypal account.
5. Paypal will take contact details from you but this is just so that you can receive the receipt.
6. When you purchase tickets you will receive an email receipt from Paypal. We do not send out a separate receipt.

WE DO NOT POST TICKETS.
When you arrive at the theatre, for the performance, all you need to do is to give your name to the box office.

If there are any problems please get in touch: info@abingdonjazzfestival.org.uk

About Us

Abingdon Jazz Festival is a joint project between The Friends of Abingdon and Music at the Unicorn.

The aim of The Friends of Abingdon is to help to retain what is good in Abingdon and the surrounding area and to work towards making it a pleasant place to live both now and in the future. We are keen to cooperate with other groups in the interests of all.

The Society was founded in 1944 and, since then, a major project has been the renovation and management of the once derelict Abbey Buildings, now much used and enjoyed as a theatre and venue for craft fairs, wedding receptions and other social events. For more information visit friendsofabingdon.org.uk


Music At The Unicorn is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers. We bring brilliant musicians, singers and songwriters to Abingdon and we also give opportunities to local upcoming musicians. We give them a stage and let them play to an appreciative and knowledgeable audience.

Huge thanks to all our supporters and to The Friends of Abingdon for working with us to stage the Abingdon Jazz Festival.
We could not stage our events without our wonderful partner, Remade Guitars. For more information visit www.musicattheunicorn.org.uk