I didn’t have a chance to book – can I just turn up?

Yes! You can buy a non-residential ticket for BiCon on the door with cash – but you are strongly advised to book in advance – it will help us with the venue and to provide the right number of sessions.


Are bedding and towels provided?

Yes – see the accommodation page for more details of what is provided in bedrooms and kitchens.

What happens if I want to bring a child with me?

Children under 16 get in to BiCon for free, just let us know when you buy your ticket. If your child needs a room of their own, email us on bookings17@bicon.org.uk to discuss a suitable room rate.

More information about children at BiCon is on our children page.


Do day passes cover the evening entertainments?


How can I help spread the word about BiCon?

It’d be amazing if you could! We’ve put together some information, self-print posters and flyers and web graphics to help you tell people about BiCon.

What do people wear at BiCon?

You can dress up or wear whatever you usually wear. Nipples, genitals and bums need to be covered, though. The Ball on Saturday has a theme and lots of people dress up in costumes, but also lots of people don’t.

Can I enjoy BiCon if I attend alone?

BiCon is full of welcoming and friendly people and if you are by yourself it wont take long to find someone to talk to. We have lots of social spaces and will have designated areas for meeting new people. Thursday night we have some get to know people activities planned.

How do I find out more about BiCon, bisexual groups in my area and the bisexual community?