Aug 15th - 19th 2018

Terryglass, County Tipperary



Terryglass Arts Festival (“We/we, us or Festival”) is committed to respecting your privacy and complying with our obligations under the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003. The purpose of this Privacy Statement is to outline how we deal with any personal data you provide to us while visiting this website or contacting us. By visiting this website, you are accepting the terms of this Privacy Statement. Any external links to other websites are clearly identifiable as such, and we are not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of these other websites that may be linked in this way e.g. Eventbrite, Facebook, Twitter etc.

Personal Data

Personal data is data that identifies you or can be used to identify you and may include your name, address, email address, telephone number etc. Such information is only collected from you if you voluntarily submit it to us (for example by emailing us or by using our online forms).

We will process any Personal Data you provide to us for the following purposes:

  • to provide you with the goods or services you have ordered e.g. Festival tickets;
  • to contact you if required in connection with your ticket order or to respond to any communications you might send to us by email or telephone;
  • to send you information about the Festival (if you have provided your email address for this purpose). You can request to be taken off this list at any time by contacting us at:
  • to contact you for feedback to help us improve the Terryglass Arts Festival. Please note, if you provided us with your email address so we can contact you for feedback, you can be taken off this list at any time by contacting us at:

We will not disclose your Personal Data to third parties unless you have consented to this disclosure or unless the third party requires the information to fulfil your order. We may also disclose your Personal Data if we believe, in good faith, that we are required to disclose it in order to comply with any applicable law, a court or regulatory order, or other statutory requirement.

Personal Data will be held on the Festival’s systems and used for the purposes above. While, we cannot guarantee or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us via the Internet (as no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure), we will endeavour to take all reasonable steps to protect your Personal Data.

You may inform us of any changes in your Personal Data, and in accordance with our obligations under the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 we will update or delete your Personal Data accordingly. To find out what Personal Data we hold on you or to have your Personal Data updated, amended or removed from our database, please email us with a request:

Any changes to this Privacy Statement will be posted on this page so you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it. Please note that because we use Google Analytics for statistical purposes, please take note of Google’s Privacy Policy. You can opt out of Google’s Privacy Policy by disabling cookies on your browser. Again, you can opt-out of the collection of these statistics by disabling the relevant cookies on your web browser.


The Festival is a public event for all to enjoy. Photographs and recordings (“Recordings”) of the Festival will be taken throughout the duration of the Festival to capture the excitement and to record this important event in the Irish festivals’ calendar. These Recordings will be used by the Festival in all medium and may be posted on our social media channels, on the website and in other publications. If you have any queries, please get in touch at:


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