Frequently Asked Questions

Can I reserve a ticket?
Due to demand we are not able to reserve places, bookings are done on a first-come-first-served basis.

Can I book by phone, post or in person at The Point, Eastleigh?
The Point can accept phone and in person bookings in addition to online bookings.

Do I need to complete any forms?
Yes. There will be forms to be completed sent in advance via email.

Do you have concession prices?
All 5-day courses with two or more classes have a discount included within the main price. See prices.

Can I pay in instalments?
Yes. On courses £250+ we offer a two stage payment option. Please contact The Point, Eastleigh directly to arrange the instalment payment option. All payments must be settled by Monday 8th July or you risk losing your place and first instalment. The option to pay in instalments will cease to be available from Monday 17th June.

What is your cancellation / refund policy?
We are happy to offer a full refund on the course fee up to 8 weeks prior to the event. If cancelling 6 weeks prior to the event we will offer a 50% refund. No refunds will be given 4 weeks prior to the course. Please consider this when purchasing your course.

Do I have to attend every day?
Yes. The weekly festival cannot cater for drop in classes. For your own safety and that of your fellow participants, you must attend the entire course. If you’re unable to join us for a full week then here only 1-day courses/classes on the weekend of Aug 10th /11th.

What level of experience do I need to do an EADF Course?
The level of experience required is specified next to each course on the timetable and useful guides to assist you in choosing the right level for yourself are written on the ‘About’ page – level definitions, just keep scrolling down. If after reading these you are still unsure then please contact Lindsey Butcher, the festival director on: info@gravity-levity.net

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to take part in the event?
You must be 18 years+ to take part in the EADF courses. Special consideration may be given to those younger but with prior experience. Please get in touch PRIOR to booking your course if you are under 18 years or have any concerns.

Will the event be photographed / filmed?
Yes, parts of the event will be documented for EADF and its artists, partners and The Point, Eastleigh. This material may be used to promote future EADF events. If you prefer not to be photographed/filmed please let a member of EADF staff know on the day.

How will I receive my ticket?
You will be sent an email confirmation after you have purchased your course. Please bring this confirmation email (printed or digital format) on the registration day. The building will be open from 8am for registration. Classes will start promptly at 9am.

The EADF aims to be an inclusive festival and open to anyone interested in experiencing the aerial arts and any Deaf or disabled participants qualify for an additional discount on application. Please contact us for more detail.

The Point is an easily accessible building with all classes happening on the ground floor, (no steps), with the exception of the cyr wheel classes which takes place in an accessible building less than a 5 min walk from The Point.

We regret that at this time we are unable to provide Audio Describers or BSL Interpreters to support the classes. If you would like to attend the festival but are unsure as to whether we would be able to provide the level of support you require please contact Lindsey on info@gravity-levity.net

Where is Eastleigh? 
Eastleigh is in Hampshire, between Southampton and Winchester.
It’s on a mainline train route (South Western trains) from London Waterloo. It’s also just 5 mins away from Southampton airport by train and close to the junction between the M3 motorway and M27 motorway, giving easy road access to London, Southampton, Winchester, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and places between.

How do I find accommodation?
There is a travelodge just a 5 min walk away from The Point but also cheaper places to stay to be found on air bnb and booking.com. Type in Eastleigh. There is also a document on https://www.facebook.com/EADFestvial/ which lists accommodation participants have used previously and recommended.
You can also connect here with other people coming to the festival if you’re looking to share accom or travel etc.

 

EADF aims to be an inclusive festival and open to anyone interested in experiencing the aerial arts and any Deaf or disabled participants qualify for an additional discount on application. Please contact us for more detail.

The Point is an easily accessible building with all classes happening on the ground floor, (no steps), with the exception of the cyr wheel classes which takes place in an accessible building diagonally across the road from The Point.

We regret that at this time we are unable to provide Audio Describers or BSL Interpreters to support the classes. If you would like to attend the festival but are unsure as to whether we would be able to provide the level of support you require please contact Lindsey on info@gravity-levity.net