Cookie Usage Policy
Cookies Usage Policy
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is downloaded on to your computer or any other device used to visit a website (eg a mobile phone). Cookies are used by many websites to enable the website to work efficiently and to distinguish you from other users in order to improve your browsing experience. For example, cookies can remember your preferences so you do not have to input the same data each time you visit a website, record what you have put in your shopping basket, and count the number of people viewing a website to analyse whether the website is being used or whether the content needs to be updated.
- Cookies which are strictly necessary in order to enable you to use features you have requested on the website, eg to log-in to receive e-newsletters.
- Performance cookies which let us know how visitors use the website so that we can continue to improve the website for those using it, eg which pages are most popular and which features are no longer relevant to visitors. These cookies do not collect personal information so you cannot be identified by the information collected.
- Functionality cookies allow us to remember your choices and personalise your experience on the website.
- Targeting cookies record your visit to the Get Into London Theatre website, the pages you have visited and the links you have followed. We will use this information to make our website and the advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose.
List of cookies we use
|What is the cookie for||Cookie names||Further information|
|Session Cookie||_jsessionId||A randomly generated unique identifier, no personal details are gathered|
List of cookies operated by third parties on our behalf
|Who sets the cookie||Cookie names||Further information|
|Google Analytics||_utma||This cookie keeps track of the number of times a visitor has been to the site containing the cookie, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred.|
|_utmb||This cookie is used to determine the length of your visit, and lets us know when the session started.|
|_utmc||This cookie works in conjunction with _utmb to determine the length of your session and lets us know when your session has ended.|
|_utmv||This cookie is used to collect anonymised information about visitors to the website.|
|_utmx||This cookie is used for testing different versions of a web page.|
|_utmz||This cookie lets us know where you were referred to us from.|
|This cookie is used to track unique users via a randomly generated client identifier. This enables us to collect statistics about how visitors use the website. No personal data is stored in this cookie.|
|_gat||This cookie is used to manage the rate that information is reported back to Google Analytics.|
|Silverpop||ZDEDebuggerPresent, Silverpop||These cookies are part of our newsletter sign up facility, neither cookie stores any personal information.|
|com.silverpop.iMAWebCookie||This cookie is used to create a unique identifier for each visitor to the website. It is used to pass individual identity to Engage along with specific actions.|
|com.silverpop.iMA.page_visit||This is a "per session" cookie which is created for each page visited in a session. It is used to distinguish the first visit to a webpage by a visitor from subsequent visits|
|com.silverpop.iMA.session||This cookie generates a unique identifier for the current browsing session. It is used to associate a series of individual events to a single functional browsing session.|
|com.silverpop.iMA.mid – mailing id||This is a per session cookie containing the mailing_id of the mailing that generated the visit|
|com.silverpop.iMA.uid – recipient id||This is a per session cookie containing the recipient_id of the mailing that generated the visit.|
|com.silverpop.iMA.jid – job id||This is a per session cookie containing the job_id of the mailing that generated the visit.|
|com.silverpop.iMA.rid – report id||This is a per session cookie containing the report_id of the mailing that generated the visit.|
When do our cookies expire?
The lifespan of most of the cookies we set on the Get Into London Theatre website ranges from the duration of your current session on the Get Into London Theatre website to 2 years.
You can adjust your browser settings to block most cookies. The “help” function on your browser should explain how to do this. However, please be aware that if you block all cookies you may not be able to access all of the features on the Get Into London Theatre website and may experience reduced functionality when using certain parts of the Get Into London Theatre website.
You can find out more about cookies, including how to disable, enable or delete them, at the following websites:
If you have any questions about our Cookie Usage Policy or complaints please contact us at:
32 Rose Street
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org