Taking a closer look at the Ticketsolve community
For over 15 years we have worked with over 345 organisations as a strategic partner, we’ve helped a grow a community of wide range of organisations face all kinds of challenges and meet a diverse set of goals.
Each organisation we’ve worked with has been wholly unique – although you may find some commonalities that you recognise. A collaborative understanding of the organisation and its needs has always been key.
Explore exactly how Ticketsolve goes above and beyond to help your organisation. Learn more about the user-driven, problem-solving approach our teams take to providing support to our customers and community.
Ipswich Theatres hosts an exciting programme of events over its two 1,000+ capacity venues – the Regent Theatre and Corn Exchange. Musicals, theatre and ballet sit alongside comedy, gigs and family performances across multiple spaces in both venues.
The Book of Kells
Ireland’s greatest and best-loved cultural treasure has a long history with Ticketsolve. Often passing one million visitors per year, their ticketing needs are complex, with a variety of different bundles and multiple daily time slots.
Llandudno’s premiere arts, conference and events centre can host 1,500 people in its theatre auditorium and 2,500 people in its arena. A hugely diverse audience comes to Venue Cymru for its packed programme of music, comedy, theatre, cinema and major sporting events.
Dublin’s Helix is a cultural landmark. A 1,300-capacity main hall, two smaller halls, and a packed programme of events. From up-and-coming bands, much-loved comedians, dance and theatre, and plenty of musical legends too.
New Theatre Royal Lincoln
Playing host to musical legends, cover acts for musical legends, theatre, pantomime, comedy, film, circus and more, this 475-capacity theatre packs a lot into its intimate – yet still incredibly grand – surroundings. Their packed box office schedule is managed entirely through Ticketsolve.
Galway International Arts Festival
Since its first edition in 1978, GIAF has stayed true to its aim that at least a quarter of the festival’s events be free to the public. With 600+ artists performing for more than a quarter of a million people, there’s a lot to pick from! The GIAF has also expanded into touring productions since.
New Theatre Royal Portsmouth
With a 650+ capacity, this mid-sized, Victorian Grade II-listed theatre on the south coast of England plays host to a packed programme with plenty of musicals, comedy, talks, and so much more. Built in 1854, rebuilt in 1884, rebuilt again in 1900 and refurbished in 2015, it’s a true UK legend.
University Concert Hall
Ticketsolve goes back to school to support Limerick’s leading live music venue. With a 1,000+ capacity hall that plays host to a huge range of popular and classical music, comedy, cinema, family events and more, UCH has become a venue with not just national, but international standing.
Museum of Literature Ireland
This new museum, opening in just 2019, has quickly established itself as a literary landmark, known for its incredible James Joyce collection alongside other revolving exhibits. Combining two beautiful Georgian houses, the MoLI’s beautiful space attracts 85,000 visitors annually.
National Gallery of Ireland
Opening in 1864 and housing Ireland’s national collection of Irish and European art, Dublin’s National Gallery is home to over 14,000 artworks, and attracts over one million visitors every year. As an Irish company, we’re very proud to be trusted to handle ticketing for the gallery at Ticketsolve!
Market Place Armagh
This modern theatre complex and arts centre hosts a wide range of gigs, plays, workshops, and much more. While Market Place is a small and intimate theatre, with its largest auditorium holding just under 400 people, its extensive programme keeps the box office bustling.