Conditions of Entry
The Bank operates a strict 18+ policy on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Valid photo identification will be required for admission.
Under 18’s are only permitted on the premise when an advertised event is taking place.
Management and door supervisors retain the right of admission to The Bank at any stage.
The Bank is a member of Pubwatch and is in regular dialogue with the police, CCTV operators and the security staff of other venues in the town.
Aggression or abuse towards door supervisors or staff will not be tolerated and will result in refusal of entry or immediate exit.
A search policy may be in effect and should you decline it, you will be assumed you have something to hide and will be refused entry on that basis.
CCTV is in operation throughout The Bank. By agreeing to enter the venue you agree to be recorded for security prevention, detection and the health and safety of yourself and others. All images and videos are permanently deleted after 7 days.
To become a member of The Bank you agree to Keystone Entertainment Limited storing personal information about you including your name, email address, telephone number and date of birth. This information will be securely stored electronically and will not be shared with any third party. Only the Directors of Keystone Entertainment will have access to that information. Your personal information will be deleted no later than 3 months after the expiration of membership.
Admission to The Bank on Thursday, Friday and Saturday is subject to a dress code. Unless otherwise specified for an event, our dress code is smart casual. Hoodies, caps and tracksuits are not permitted.
There is no dress code for events advertised in our seasonal programme.
We are unable to admit persons who are intoxicated. If door supervisors or our staff feel that you have had enough to drink then you will be refused service and asked to leave the premises. This is for your own safety as well as to comply with the law.
The management operate a policy of zero tolerance to drugs. Persons found in possession, or suspected to be under the influence of a controlled substance will be reported to the police.