Low-cost, accessible tickets
We want to open Curio up to as many people as we can. A lot of the brilliant conferences we want to go to cost hundreds, even thousands, of pounds. Putting on an event takes a lot of time, energy and money, and justifies those ticket prices. But it puts them out of reach for many people who’d love to go along.
So we’re keeping ticket prices as low as possible and implementing a pricing structure that we hope will make the event fair and accessible. We’ve also got free tickets available for anyone who can’t afford to attend otherwise - contact us if you want to find out more.
20% of profits go to charity
We’ll donate 20% of any profits we make to The Clock Tower Sanctuary, a charity that supports homeless young people in Brighton. One in 69 people in our city are homeless — the work they do is so important.
We want to make Curio as accessible as possible. There’s wheelchair access to our venue. We can reserve you a seat at the back or the end of a row if you need one for any reason. We can do pronoun stickers. We welcome babies and breastfeeding. We can hire a sign language interpreter. If you want to come but something’s getting in the way, let us know so we can find a solution.