Looking for a ticket for Durham Lumiere 2019? They went pretty quickly - but they're still available in one outlet.
The tickets for Lumiere Durham 2019 went on general release on October 28, with availability both online and from a number of venues across County Durham.
Judging from the queues that quickly formed, you'd expected all the tickets for Durham Lumiere 2019 to have been snapped up already. You can see why it's so popular by looking through our picture gallery of Durham Lumiere 2019.
In general, you'd be right: the Durham Lumiere tickets available online via the websites have all gone, and festival tickets aren't available by phone.
However, at the time of writing, the Gala Theatre Durham has still got some left. It's reporting low availability for Thursday and Sunday tickets for Durham Lumiere. Friday and Saturday tickets are no longer available.
The Durham Lumiere tickets were originally also available from Barnard Castle Library, Chester le Street Library, Consett Library, Crook Library, Peterlee Library, Seaham Library, Stanley Library, Newton Aycliffe Leisure Centre, Spennymoor Leisure Centre, and Woodhouse Close Leisure Complex, as well as online. However, all of these venues have now run out of tickets.
The festival tickets are free. The only thing is that you're limited to getting six per household.
Children under two carried in a sling or carrier don't need tickets. Lumiere organisers advise against taking prams and pushchairs as it can be difficult to get around and some access routes will be closed.
Between 4.30-7.30pm, the central peninsula of Durham City is only accessible to festival visitors with a ticket. After this time it's open to anyone, although there may be queues!
You can find out more about what Lumiere tickets enable you to do on our original Durham Lumiere ticketing story.