BUY YOUR TICKETS

To purchase your ticket for Friday evening, Saturday daytime and evening, see the information below.

Due to tickets for Saturday’s Film & TV Awards Gala Evening being in high demand, we advise you to book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.

All tickets are non-refundable. Please order tickets below. For any other queries please contact us at: enquiries@deaffest.co.uk.

If you have purchased your ticket online, you will receive an email confirmation. You must bring this to Deaffest as proof of confirmation (we accept email confirmations shown on smartphones or on paper), and we will then give you a wristband. Please ensure that you wear your wristband at all times.

If you have purchased your ticket and have not received an email from us, please check your junk/spam folder.


Join us for the launch of Deaffest 2022: Unlocked!

6.30pm – 10pm: Launch party in the courtyard followed by light refreshments, with film screenings and entertainment in Cinema One. All ages welcome! (Age 16 and under must be accompanied by a parent/ guardian).

8pm – 10pm: Launch of Deaffest 2022 in Cinema One. There will be exclusive screenings from HearArt, including Hair Uncovered directed by Cathy Heffernan, Night Shift directed by Bim Ajadi, and One Letter directed by Brian Duffy. There will also be an exclusive screening of Diagnonsense directed by Samuel Dore from BSLBT. (Cinema One doors will close at 8.15pm, there is no entry after this time.)

10pm – 1.30am: Networking party in the courtyard (you must be 18 or over to attend this event).

Tickets are available to buy online from now until Friday 6th May at 1pm, or you can pay at the door (cash only) on Friday 6th May from 6.30pm – 8pm.


Saturday 7th May 2022: Daytime Events

Collect your Deaffest goody bag and have a browse around the stalls fair in the courtyard from 9am to 5pm. Get involved in our exciting workshops and unlock your potential. Re-connect with the rich culture of Deaf films and arts at our 14th festival by watching a showcase of films and documentaries by UK and international filmmakers and checking out the Art & Photography Exhibition in the Gallery featuring the works of deaf artists and photographers. Come along to the discussion panels and find out the latest developments in film and media.

(AGE 16 AND UNDER – FREE ENTRY) 

Tickets are available to buy online until 4pm on Saturday 7th May. Alternatively, you can buy tickets from the Deaffest stall (cash only) on Friday 6th May from 6.30pm – 8pm and Saturday 7th May between 10am – 4pm.


ON THE DOOR TICKET | Sat 7th May 2022: Film & TV Awards Gala & Late-Night Party

Dress up in your finest garments and join us for wine and canapés before enjoying an evening of entertainment Unlocked by our performing artists! Find out who the winners will be at the much-anticipated Film & TV Awards Gala. Join the Late-Night Party in the courtyard afterwards and catch up with old and new faces. The stage is open for anyone who wishes to perform, so if you have a talent whether it’s dance, VV, poetry, or sign song, feel free to show us!

Light House doors open at 7pm.

8pm – 11pm: Film & TV Awards and entertainment in Cinema One (the doors will close at 8.15pm, no entry after this time).

10.30pm – 2.30am: Late-Night Party hosted in the Courtyard.

You must be 18 or over to attend, the dress code is smart casual.

Due to tickets for Saturday’s Film & TV Awards Gala Evening being in high demand, we advise you to book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are available to buy online from now until Friday 6th May at 1pm.


ON THE DOOR TICKET | Sat 7th May 2022: Late-Night Party Only

Join the Late-Night Party in the courtyard and catch up with old and new faces. The stage is open for anyone who wishes to perform, so if you have a talent whether it’s dance, VV, poetry, or sign song, feel free to show us!

You must be 18 or over to attend, the dress code is smart casual.

Light House doors open at 10.30pm.

Tickets are available to buy online from now until Friday 6th May at 1pm.

9am – 5pm: Chill out with friends at the Light House’s Lock Works café with coffee and food before enjoying some film screenings in Cinema One. There will be a subtitled film screening in the afternoon which will be announced at Deaffest weekend!


For information about accessibility at the Light House Media Centre, please visit here. Please contact enquiries@deaffest.co.uk for further details.

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UK's Leading Deaf-Led Film and Arts Festival

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