Hayward Touring exhibitions are available to tour publicly funded venues across the country, however these venues must meet the requirements set out on this page.
All venues hosting Hayward Gallery Touring exhibitions must agree to:
We recommend contacting the National Security Adviser to establish the security levels of your exhibition spaces.
Exhibitions in this category require constant patrolling while open to the public, and a comprehensive alarm system and secure premises for the silent hours.
Exhibitions in this category require regular checking while open to the public and securely locked premises for the silent hours.
Prior to booking venues must ensure they can meet an exhibition’s specific requirements concerning size, security and lighting.
Except in special circumstances, two-way transport costs are included in the exhibition fee. Security Category A and B exhibitions are normally delivered by us, with installations supervised by a member of Hayward Gallery Touring staff. Category C exhibitions are delivered by parcel carrier vans, and it is the venue’s responsibility to help load and unload these vehicles, and to install and dismantle works without Hayward Gallery Touring assistance.
All public announcements, press releases, invitations, signs and other promotional material must include a hayward touring logo and credit line.
We publish high-quality, fully illustrated books for most major Hayward Gallery Touring exhibitions. Venues are required to buy a minimum of 50 copies at a discount on the exhibition price; further catalogues can be supplied on a sale or return basis. Publication prices vary with each exhibition.
These can be found on individual exhibition pages or by contacting Hayward Gallery Touring. High value exhibitions are often covered by a Government Indemnity Scheme.