What is a Tour Code?
This code is given to your company/tour manager manager (or anyone in charge of your tour) and is unique to your production.
Contact them for the code and if they haven't got one, please ask them to contact us.
We're trying to get all current tours on the site but some can slip through the net so your help is greatly appreciated.
Do I need a Tour Code?
Many theatre digs providers are private individuals who offer rooms in their private homes. These rooms are not available to the public but are instead only offered to the touring theatre community. By being exclusive, theatre digs are often much cheaper than the equivalent guest rooms in the area. By ensuring that only theatre professionals can view their proﬁles, more private digs providers use this site and as a result Theatre Digs Booker is able to offer you more choice.
What if I don't use the Tour Code?
No problem! You can still search the publicly viewable accommodation.
How do I get a Tour Code?
If they haven't already got one, please ask your company manager or tour manager to email us at email@example.com with the following information:
- What is the size of the company?
- What is your tour schedule?
- Does your tour have a website? If so, please include the web address.
We will then create the code and forward all details to the manager who can, in turn, pass the code onto the relevant company members.
How do I use my Tour Code?
A helpful video can be seen outlining this process here:
1. Once you have received your Tour Code you can enter it here. Alternatively, you can find this page under the ‘Tours’ tab located on the upper right of the homepage.
2. When the webpage loads, you will be asked to key in your Tour Code to the box titled ‘Add A Tour’. Once your Tour Code has been entered, click on the green 'Join Tour' button located next to it.
3. When your tour code has been added, and the ‘Join Tour’ button has been clicked, you will be greeted with your unique webpage showing you all the dates and venues specific to your tour. It will look a little like this.
4. Lets take a look at the Tour Stops. The ones which are smaller and coloured grey are those which have passed. The larger one (In this case, Edinburgh Playhouse) is an upcoming Tour Stop.
5. Underneath here, you can choose the option; 'I don't need a booking'. This is for if you won't be attending that Tour Stop, or have accommodation already arranged. When you click on this, an X will appear in the corner titled 'Digs Not Needed'. If your arrangements change and you do require Digs, simply click on 'I Need a Booking'.
6. If you do need accommodating, then click on the button to the right titled 'Search For Digs'.
This will automatically fill out our search boxes with your required terms. You can being booking digs from here!
7. Once you've come to the end of your tour, and all your Digs have been booked, you can then archive the Tour. This removes it from your ‘Upcoming and Current Tours’ list. To do so, an ‘Archive Tour’ button is located at the bottom of each tour stop list.
8. To view your past and archived tours, head over to the left of the webpage and you will find your filter list. Click on the link titled 'Archived and Past Tours'. From this menu, you can also view your 'Current and Upcoming tours'.
If you notice that the dates or venues on your tour list need amending or updating, then please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 01335 818025.
This is just the first phase of this new feature, soon you will be able to:
- Print receipts for entire tours
- View tour dates on a map
- Message, book and review all from one page
- Save preferences for every search
- And much more