Good Night Out Campaign supports licensed spaces of any size through our accreditation programme.



What is sexual harassment?

Sexual harassment can be non-verbal or verbal, and could be anything that makes your customers feel uncomfortable,

. Consent is the difference between flirting and harassment. It could be groping, stalking, verbal threats or sexual comments, overt persistence (e.g. not taking ‘no’ for an answer) homophobic language or taking photos without consent, sexual touching or assault.


How does Good Night Out work?

Participating venues must:

  1. Provide any existing in-house safety policy or procedure for review, or if none exist yet, take on the GNO best practice policies and procedures which we work with you to adapt.
  2. Sign the Good Night Out venue agreement and display the certificate
  3. Display official Good Night Out posters in appropriate areas (e.g. toilets) and display our training info in communal staff areas
  4. Agree to be named and linked to on our website
  5. Build the GNO approach into existing general safety policy through training offered by Good Night Out, either delivered directly (get in touch for costs) or through using our material
  6. Dedicate a segment of staff meetings to brief all staff on the policy and feedback on any issues to GNO team.

How much does it cost?

What does the poster say?

We want you to have a good night out. If something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable, no matter how minor it seems, you can report it to any member of our staff and they will work with you to make sure it doesn’t have to ruin your night.

This message is designed to recognise that every venue, pub, bar and club is different, striking a POSITIVE note without creating an atmosphere of unnecessary fear. It lets customers know that if anything does cause them concern, they can speak to staff and be helped, and then get on with having a good night out!

Policy and Procedure

We know that venues, clubs, bars and pubs are the experts when it comes to what happens on their premises. We also know from experience that having an agreed written policy and procedure, just as you would any other risk (e.g. fire, theft) is massively helpful for your staff.

We can provide you with best practice policy and procedure so you can adapt it to your needs.

Whether you are a small local pub or a large scale multi-venue organisation, the set of tools we offer enables staff to get on the same page when it comes to report sexual behaviour on the premises. We can also assist with discussions with licensing officers about anti-­social behaviour.


Having been in the industry for over 20 years it’s refreshing to still be able to learn valuable skills and techniques when dealing with sensitive issues such as those brought to our attention by Good Night Out. Bryony [trainer] and her valuable insight to such an important but sometimes overlooked issue was unanimously applauded by the VU team. We are proud to be a supporter of Good Night Out and their campaign to raise awareness among staff and punters in late night establishments.

Tyvian Vigrass, Operations Manager / DPS, Village Underground

Being part of Good Night Out is so important to us as a music space, as we want everyone to be able to enjoy themselves and feel safe in our venue. We’ve received some really positive messages from women thanking us for taking this stance and having their backs since we started publicising the campaign.

Kirsti Wier, Press Officer, Fabric

The ladies loos are a refuge and a sanctuary, and are often the place where you end up taking stock of your night and realise it’s not going as well as it could be. Seeing this poster on the back of a cubicle door was a useful reminder that the fault didn’t lie with me and that I had every right to tell someone and expect them to understand.

Anonymous gig goer

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