Paying for tickets

Individual concerts

Tickets for individual concerts must be paid by credit/debit card immediately after pressing the “Confirm and Pay” button as described on the booking page. If payment is not successful within 60 minutes, the booking is automatically released.

A limited number of tickets are also available at the door on the day of the concert and may be paid for by cash, cheque or credit/debit card. Postal and telephone bookings are no longer supported.

Season tickets

Season tickets are paid for when the allocation process is complete, typically in September. (If you don’t receive a notification by the end of September, please check your “Spam” or “Junk” email folder before contacting us.) If you have received your emailed season tickets but not yet paid for them, there are three ways to pay. You will need the “Total amount due” and the “Sale Reference” from the ticket email.

  1. The easiest method (no paperwork and no fees for the orchestra) is to transfer this amount directly from your bank account to ours, either by online banking or at any bank branch. Please include the “Sale Reference” sent with the tickets or the name of the person who made the booking, so we can identify your payment.

    • Bromley Symphony Orchestra
    • Account 30183792
    • Sort code 40-15-05

  2. To pay by credit or debit card, please click the “Pay Now” button and enter the total amount due and the “Sales Reference” that was sent with your tickets, or the name of the person who made the booking.


  3. To pay by cheque, please make it payable to “Bromley Symphony Orchestra”, include the “Sale Reference” or the name of the person who made the booking on the back of the cheque and post it to:

    PO Box 1065
    Bromley
    BR1 9QD

Additional donations from Patrons are of course very welcome and may simply be added to your payment. We suggest a minimum of £25 for individuals, £40 for couples.  If you are a UK taxpayer, your donation will be worth 25% more to us if you also complete a Gift Aid declaration.