The World Transformed is supporting, developing and delivering political education across the UK in order to build a movement capable of radically transforming society. Our annual 4-day festival of politics, arts and music began in 2016, and has since become the biggest political education event in the UK.
We’ll be back in Brighton this year, to bring together our movement in all its diversity, for four days of panels, workshops, games, parties and more.
TWT21 will take place in multiple venues across Brighton from the 25th - 28th September 2021. We will be focussing on building outdoor venues to ensure the event is COVID-safe, but will have more information on this soon.
Tickets for TWT21 aren’t on sale just yet - but they will be soon! We’re asking you to sign up now because tickets for this year’s festival will be limited. By signing up, you’ll be included in the limited pre-sale for TWT21 tickets so that you don’t miss out when they are released.
We can’t say exactly how COVID will affect this year’s festival. What we can tell you is that we are currently planning to host a physical event in Brighton, and will do whatever we can to ensure that it’s safe for our attendees. We’ll only be running a physical festival if it’s safe to do so - but if it’s not, we’re working on a contingency plan, and we’ll still be providing you a packed programme of events.
We promise to be transparent with you as planning continues for September’s event, and keep you updated of all and any changes that might be made to our plans. In the meantime, if you have any questions, you can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, absolutely. Every year TWT relies on the tireless work of our volunteer community to make the event happen. This year is no different. You can express interest in volunteering at this year’s festival here. We’re particularly keen to hear from Brighton based volunteers!
There are a number of youth hostels that offer affordable accommodation in Brighton - you can check in sites such as Hostelworld.com.
Brighton has a number of campsites that have good facilities and are at easy reach from central Brighton (most of them easily accessible by car). One that it’s particularly easy to get to is the Brighton Caravan Club Site, situated less than 30 minutes away by public transport from our main venue in The Old Steine Gardens, or 45 minutes if you chose to take a morning/evening stroll.
For those who don’t mind commuting into Brighton, here’s a list of nearby towns where you may be able to find affordable accommodation: Shoreham-by-Sea, Saltdean/Rottingdean, Lewes (good train connection), Burgess Hill, Hassocks, Worthing (good train connection), and Falmer (good train connection).
If you have any questions, please get in touch at email@example.com.
As always, our sites will be wheelchair accessible. We hope to provide BSL interpretation for some TWT21 sessions - we will have more information on this soon.
If you have any questions, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org