Terms and conditions
Please be aware of the following if you make a purchase through the YMT website:
Auditions: Auditions booked through the YMT website are non-refundable however if you need to change to another date or time we can change this for you.
Tickets: Tickets booked through the YMT website (Let it Snow!) are non-refundable. Seating is unreserved and you will pick up your tickets on the door.
Merchandise: All products booked through the YMT website are subject to availability, refunds / amendments can be made for merchandise orders.
Terms and conditions
If you take part in a project with YMT you will need to agree to the following terms and conditions. This information will be sent to you with any offer to join the company for you to sign.
Conduct and Attendance: YMT expects Participants to be courteous to staff and peers and to respect the needs of others. Participants will attend each day of the Project, be punctual and take a full part in each day's activities. Further details can be found in the YMT ‘Guide’ supplied.
Rules and Discipline: The standards of discipline and rules of the Project are outlined in the YMT Guide. Participants are requested to read this document in full before accepting the offer of a place. Participants hereby agree that they will accept the authority and guidance of Artistic and Pastoral staff and understand that failure to do so can result in them being sent home.
Insurance: YMT undertakes to maintain only those types of insurance required by law. The Participant/Parents are responsible for obtaining personal insurance cover for the duration of the Project. YMT can provide details of possible insurance providers on written request.
Variation: YMT will endeavour to deliver the Project as advertised but reserves the right to change any of the facilities or itineraries described in the Project Information Pack and website. If a major change becomes necessary or is deemed by YMT to be advisable, Participants and/or Parents will be informed as soon as is reasonably practicable.
Withdrawal: If a Participant withdraws from the Project once it has commenced, YMT will be unable to refund the Project Fee.
Cancellation Charges: If a Participant cancels their place on a project a cancellation charge will be applied dependant on the notice given YMT strongly recommends that you take out insurance to cover the cost if you have to withdraw for any reason.
Cancellation: YMT reserves the right to cancel the Project in any circumstances. However, YMT would not do this without good cause and in the event of cancellation all monies paid by or on behalf of Participants would be refunded in full. YMT also reserves the right to terminate this agreement with individual Participants for unpaid Fees and serious breaches of Project rules.
Social Media acceptable use policy: Our social media acceptable use policy is available here
Disabilities: Participants need to have provided details of any disability that will affect their participation on the project, including any special access requirements.
Photo & Film Release: YMT projects are photographed and filmed for archival and marketing purposes. Images may appear on film, in print and online in perpetuity. Participants need to confirm that they give permission to be filmed or photographed for these purposes and for these images to be stored and duplicated without further permission being sought.
Medical Matters: Participants need to have disclosed in confidence all relevant information about any medical condition, health problem, or allergy.
The Guide: Participants will need to read the YMT Guide which will be posted out to all participants and is available through our website as a pdf here
DATA PROTECTION ACT (1998): The information you supply on this and future documentation (and any photography or video created as described above) will be stored electronically and/or on paper by YMT and will be used for future correspondence about your project. Details will NOT be passed on to third parties.
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