A one-day event for everyone who knows that happy, healthy and honest relationships don’t have to be monogamous, Polyday combines a day of discussions, evening entertainment and social space to give you a chance to meet like-minded people, to build our community and to celebrate its diversity.
At Polyday you’ll meet a wide variety of people who all have different answers to a range of different questions, but who all want to explore the possibilities for happy, healthy and honest non-monogamous relationships.
There will be talks and discussion groups throughout the day, followed by an evening of entertainment and socialising.
Polyday is a non-profit event run by volunteers.
Doors open at 9:30. Greetings and housekeeping will take place at 10:15 and the first sessions start at 10:30.
There are shops/pubs/cafes in the area, so we won’t have catering on offer this time.
There will be teas and coffee and a few snacks available to purchase for a small contribution. You may bring your own picnic if you want.
Evening tickets will be available on the door from 19:00. They cost £10.
Day tickets (£20) are available on the door. Please note that we cannot offer concessions on the day.
Evening tickets will be available on the door from 19:00.
Yes. Children under 12 pay £10 (available at the door only). Children under 5 can come in for free.
Please note that there will be no childcare service. Children must be accompanied at all times by an adult. Sessions suitable only for those over 18 will be flagged.
Please get in touch to discuss sponsoring possibilities.
People working in the media are welcome to attend Polyday by purchasing a ticket and requesting a “Press Badge”. Please do so through our contact form.
You can bring flyers, which we will place on a table for that purpose.
Thank you for volunteering! Polyday wouldn’t be possible without the support of people like you.
Please fill the contact form to volunteer.
Battersea Park is the nearest suburban rail station.
Clapham Junction is about 12 minutes away by public transport.
We work to make Polyday as accessible as possible.
If you have a disability or other access need (eg mobility issue, sensory impairment, mental health need, learning disability/difficulty) please get in touch as early as possible.
If you are coming to Polyday with your own support/personal assistant/carer you will not be expected to pay for them to attend to support you.
Seating should be available throughout the day, as will refreshments.
If you are having problems on the day, please ask one of the many volunteer helpers for assistance, don’t stay silent – it may be that we can solve any problem on the spot, and if not it’s useful to help us run future events.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact us using the form below.
Thanks for any help you can give. Polyday is all about the people who come. Help us attract a big, diverse crowd and the day will be all the better.
We are always looking for people who are planning to attend and would like to help us out by volunteering.
Please get in touch and remember to specify whether you’re happy to do daytime, evening, or both/either. Also, please indicate whether you’d be able to offer to cover more than one slot.
Please mention Polyday in your blog or website, and link to our website.
Please mention us in communities or mailing lists you’re a member of where you think it’s appropriate too.
Tweet about us (#polyday), and invite people to our Facebook event!
Can you distribute flyers for us where interested people might be? Get in touch through the form and we can send you some of our A6 colour flyers.
You can also download a pdf here.
To help make Polyday enjoyable for everyone who attends, we’ve drawn up this code of conduct.
If you have any problems, questions or comments, or notice anything that concerns you, please talk to the staff on the registration desk.
Should we find it necessary to ask a Polyday attender to leave for the safety or wellbeing of others, no refund will be offered.