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This website uses different types of Cookies:

1. Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies enable services you have specifically asked for. On our website this is the ticketing function session cookies. These cookies enable you to purchase tickets from our website. The website would not function without them.

2. Functionality Cookies

If you would like to use the additional functionality of our site, including Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps and YouTube you should be aware that these third party services use cookies. We include these functions because they provide an enhanced experience for visitors including watching video clips, being able to leave feedback, giving a choice of social interactions and getting directions for walking to our venues.

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3. Analytics Cookies

We use Google Analytics, which uses cookies, to track visitors’ experiences on our site. This information is used for analysis only by Town Hall Symphony Hall, to help us understand more about the way visitors use our site.

Google will use Analytics information for tracking users visits across different websites unless you have updated your Google Data Sharing. For information on how Google use this data visit this Google help topic. You can use this tool to opt out of analytics cookies.