1. Not necessarily. You will be required to do so only when you are attending programmes which are restricted to PolyU staff and students. For other programmes, you may be required to present your valid PolyU student or staff cards upon request by staff of the Culture Promotion and Events Office.
  2. Normally, free admission tickets will be available at the Box Office of Jockey Club Auditorium on a first-come-first-served basis upon presentation of valid PolyU student / staff card. Each person is limited to a maximum of 2 tickets. Detailed procedure and distribution period can be found on each individual programme poster / leaflet as well as e-mail announcement.
  3. Normally, children under the age of 5 are not allowed to CPC programmes to be held at Chiang Chen Studio Theatre and Jockey Club Auditorium.
  4. Enrolment procedure is printed in respective programme's publicity materials as well as e-mail announcement.
  5. We will inform all applicants whether their applications are successful, unsuccessful or on the waiting list once available.
  6. We always welcome volunteers to assist in programme operation, if you are interested in organizing cultural programmes, you may contact us direct at 3400 2433 or by e-mail.
  7. It varies from programmes to programmes. You may need to watch out details for each individual programme. However, workshops / classes are mainly restricted to PolyU students and staff.
  8. Yes, all programmes should be on time and are advised to be punctual.
  9. Usually, late comers will be admitted at appropriate times, agreed by the performing group, without causing disturbance to the performance.
  10. Yes, there are house rules and regulations that audience should have to follow and may vary with programmes. Here are some general rules for programmes at Chiang Chen Studio Theatre and Jockey Club Auditorium:
    • - Each ticket entitles admission of one person only.
    • - Late comers will only be admitted at appropriate times without causing disturbance to the performance.
    • - No foods and drinks of any kind, or anything considered dangerous is allowed to be brought into the venue.
    • - No unauthorized photography, audio and video recording.
    • - No smoking and eating are allowed in the premises of the venue.
    • -The management of the venue has the absolute discretion to ask any person to leave the venue if such person behaves in a noisy, disorderly or objectionable manner.
    • - Presenters reserve the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/or vary seating arrangements and audience capacity.
    • *For free programmes, apart from above rules, the programme will usually be admitted by ticket and seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
    • Sometimes, there may be some special rules required by the presenters in order to ensure the smooth running of the performances. All these rules and regulations, if any, will be printed at the back of the admission ticket for each individual programme and you are advised to read the information before attending the show.