Hutchmoot UK 2020: Tickets On Sale Tomorrow

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On 13-15 August, 2020, the Rabbit Room will convene Hutchmoot UK at St. Andrew’s Church in North Oxford. You’re invited to come and enjoy a weekend of live music, delicious food and conversation, and a series of discussions centred on art, faith, and the telling of great stories across a range of mediums.

There are 100 tickets, which will be available on a first-come/first-served basis, and the cost is £175 per person. In order to establish the international culture of the conference, registration for US residents is limited to 25 spots. The remaining 75 General Admission spots are open to anyone living outside the US.

Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday morning at 10:00am GMT and 4:00am CST.

Included in the conference fee:

  • Evening Meals (Thursday, Friday, Saturday—boxed lunches can be purchased during registration for a small fee)
  • All Hutchmoot UK sessions (including plenary meetings and seminars) and materials
  • Admission to the Friday evening public concert featuring special guests
  • Access to the Hutchmoot UK bookstall
  • Plus much more!

Visit HutchmootUK.com for more details.

If you have any interest in being a Hutchmoot UK sponsor or volunteer, email Shigé Clark (shige@rabbitroom.com).


8 Comments

  1. Denny

    Have a great and blessed time together! I had hoped it would be possible to join the conference this time. But family vacation was already planned – which is also a great thing to look forward to! So – again – maybe next year!

  2. Rachelle

    It doesn’t appear that the tickets are on sale yet?There is no way to select the general admission ticket when I go to the page. It says tickets will go on sale on August 13th?

  3. Beverly Strobolakos

    Having the exact same problem. I live in Luxembourg and have been trying quite literally since 10:00 GMT on the dot.

  4. Beverly Strobolakos

    @strob

    Yes, I live in Luxembourg and having been trying quite literally since 10:00 GMT on the dot. The site will not let me choose a ticket. I have the same message about tickets going on sale Aug. 13. Help please. Thanks!

  5. Drew Miller

    @drewmiller

    Beverly and Rachelle, we’re so sorry about the trouble you experienced this morning! We got the issue resolved as soon as we could, and you should be able to purchase tickets now if you haven’t already.

  6. Beverly Strobolakos

    Hey, all. First, thank you, Drew. Yes, all sorted. Ticket purchased, plane ticket booked and hotel reservation made. So excited to attend. FYI for all other potential attendees: I am an America living and working in Luxembourg. I know that Oxford can be quite expensive in August so I did some research online prior to registration. I have learned from past experience that often one can stay on college/seminary campuses, especially off season. I had a lovely holiday last year in Maynooth, Ireland and stayed at St. Patrick’s college for a fraction of the cost. These hallowed halls can be fantastic places for silence and solitude as well. Plus the history, the history. Anyway, I found out that one can stay at 117 St. Aldates, Christ Church ,Oxford for about 40 pounds a night. Christ Church is one of the colleges of Oxford University. Just a short bus trip to the conference location or a very manageable walk. One can even have breakfast in the the Great Hall. How cool is that? See link below.
    https://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/conferences/117-st-aldates-building-bedroom-only-and-bb
    Hopefully this might help make the conference more affordable for some. See you there. Cheers!

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