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, if you book accommodation, it will be in flats of varying number. The rooms come with bedding, towels and a 'catering pack' in each flat. Info about this is on the accommodation tab, under venue.

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

You're welcome to bring children to BiCon. We have provided a creche this year – but spaces are limited to 12 per session – please see the parents page for more information – http://2016.bicon.org.uk/inclusion/parents/


Do day passes cover the evening's 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.

Is there a BiReCon in 2016?

BiReCon is a bisexual research conference that happens every second year as part of BiCon, organised by BiUK. There will be a Euro BiReCon in 2016.

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