TWT19
21.09.2019 – 24.09.2019
Brighton

About

The World Transformed is about thinking big. It’s about imagining radical change and planning how to make it happen. And it’s about doing it together.

We’re a 4-day politics, arts and music festival running alongside the Labour Party Conference in Brighton, working to build left power both inside and outside of Parliament.

Since 2016 we’ve been mixing big names with the most inspiring grassroots voices from all over the world, tackling topics that others overlook. TWT is a space for everyone - from seasoned campaigners to people who are brand new to politics.

TWT19 is about pushing the boundaries of what political participation looks like. Strategy games, treasure hunts, parades, reading groups, and theatre workshops will be at the heart of the programme. At TWT19 we will be practising a kinder and more generous form of discussion and encouraging a politics based on creativity, open mindedness and comradeship. We want to transform the way we learn together.

As much as anything, TWT19 is about setting a radical agenda for the Corbyn project and beyond. Four years on, we’ll be taking stock, asking: how is it going and where do we go next? At TWT19, we’ll be thinking together about the future of our movement and how we can make it stronger.

What does a world for the many look like? Come to Brighton to help build it.

Tickets

Tickets

Unwaged
Free
Concession
£15.00
Standard
£25.00
Solidarity
£50.00

Get Involved

Get Involved

The World Transformed is a people-powered event run on a shoestring budget, mostly by a team of dedicated volunteers. We rely on the skills and creativity of our movement to make the festival run smoothly. If you’d like to help make the festival happen, we’d love to hear from you. As a volunteer you will have a free ticket, food (and accommodation and travel if needed).

If you’d like to volunteer, fill in this form.

If you’ve any questions about volunteering, contact [email protected]

You can reach our press office at [email protected].

Questions or comments on the TWT programme can be sent to [email protected].

If you want to get involved in our Arts programme, please email [email protected]

See here for information on the 2018 programme.

For all other enquiries, please contact [email protected]

The World Transformed is a people-powered event run on a shoestring budget, mostly by a team of dedicated volunteers. We rely on the skills and creativity of our movement to make the festival run smoothly. If you’d like to help make the festival happen, we’d love to hear from you. As a volunteer you will have a free ticket, food (and accommodation and travel if needed).

If you’d like to volunteer, fill in this form.

If you’ve any questions about volunteering, contact [email protected]

You can reach our press office at [email protected].

Questions or comments on the TWT programme can be sent to [email protected].

If you want to get involved in our Arts programme, please email [email protected]

See here for information on the 2018 programme.

For all other enquiries, please contact [email protected]

FAQs

FAQs

The festival is taking place in Brighton across eight main venues:

  • TWT Marquee, Old Steine Gardens (South side), BN1 1EL
  • 68 Middle Street, BN1 1AL
  • Brighthelm Centre, North Road (corner with Queen’s Road), BN1 1YD
  • Brighton Table Tennis Club, The Fitzherbert’s Centre, 36 Upper Bedford St, BN2 1JP
  • Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, BN1 1AF
  • Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN
  • The Old Market, 11A Upper Market St, BN3 1AS
  • Unitarian Church, New Road, BN1 1UF
  • Concorde 2, 286A Madeira Dr, BN2 1EN
  • Green Door Stores, 2, 3, 4 Trafalgar Arches, BN1 4FG

We can guarantee the following things at TWT:

  • Wheelchair accessible venues and arrangements for those with mobility requirements
  • Child-friendly venues throughout the festival and a crèche for children over two on Saturday and Sunday
  • Some affordable travel, accommodation and food options
  • If you would like to see a more comprehensive accessibility plan, if you would like to find out more about a certain arrangement, or if you have any particular accessibility or dietary requirements that you want us to know about, please get in touch by emailing [email protected].

Absolutely! The festival is fully open to Conference delegates and attendees, and with sessions running every day between 9am and 9:30pm, there is plenty of festival content for conference-goers to participate in.
We would recommend you book your transport as soon as possible. Check back here closer to the festival for more information on transport options.

We recommend booking accommodation as soon as possible as accommodation in Brighton will book up quickly.

We are looking into affordable accommodation options for people travelling to the festival on a budget.

If you’re interested in this, fill out this form and we’ll get back to you by the end of July. You’ll need to bring your own sleeping bag and matt. If you have any questions, let us know at [email protected]

We do not police which tickets people decide to buy, we just ask that people buy whichever ticket they feel they are able to afford. We have a tiered ticketing system in this way so that no-one is financially shut out of the festival. For example, every £50 solidarity ticket we sell enables us to provide one free ticket for those who are unable to afford paid options. So please help us keep the festival accessible to all by choosing the ticket option that you are able to afford!
No - if you’ve been confirmed as a TWT volunteer then you do not need a festival ticket.

Partners

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More partners to be announced soon…
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