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These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website.
We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website.
The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website and blog, where visitors have come to the website from and the pages they visited.
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|Box Office||PHPSESSID||While you are browsing for tickets using our on-line Box Office we need to maintain some information about the choices you have made. All the information remains on our server, but we identify you as the owner of that session by setting a session cookie. Your browser will automatically delete this cookie and the information on our server gets deleted as well.|
How do I change my cookie settings?
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- Box Office
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- Membership data
- Current cast and crew
- Other data
- Your rights
If you have ordered tickets through our on-line box office there will be two records. Firstly PayPal will keep data required to process the payment. Read PayPal's privacy statement. Secondly The Company will keep a record of your purchase with the records of that financial year until it is no longer required to do so for accounting purposes.
If you join our mailing list your name (if you chose to supply it) and email address is stored at Mailchimp. Read the Mailchimp privacy statement, of particular interest is "Data Transfers from Switzerland or the EU to the United States". Every email you get from Mailchimp should have links for you to change your settings or unsubscribe. The graphic on the right links to a larger example.
Membership is defined as "everyone who is up to date with the fee and has agreed to work towards the objectives of The Company"
We store data about our current members (and any recently lapsed members who have not asked to have there data erased) in order to maintain our relationship with those members and to keep records of who is up to date with the membership fee. If you don't specifically ask to be removed from this data set when you leave you're details will be erased 12 months after your membership has elapsed.
If you are involved in one of our plays at any point of the production cycle we will probably ask for your contact details if you are not already a member. When a play and any administration tasks for that show are completed, if you are still not a member your details will be erased.
We may from time-to-time hold other data required to run a theatre group. Please get in touch if think we may be holding data about you and this is of concern.