BPO’s 2017/18 main orchestral season
Tickets for the Brighton Philharmonic 2017/18 orchestral season at Brighton Dome will go on sale to the general public on Monday 4 September 2017.
Please check back nearer the time for details of ticket prices and price bands.
Tickets will be available for purchase from the Brighton Dome Box Office in the following ways:
www.brightondome.org (£2 per order charge)
Please note that Season Tickets cannot be booked online.
(01273) 709709 Monday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm (£2 per order charge)
Brighton Dome Ticket Office, Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UG (Monday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm)
Tickets can be purchased on the day at the venue ticket office from 1.45pm.
Brighton Dome postage charges:
• 50p standard postage
• £1.50 recorded delivery postage
Under-18s, full time students, and customers on Jobseeker’s Allowance or Income Support are entitled to a discount of at least 50% (proof of status required).
Registered disabled customers are entitled to one free ticket for their access assistant or companion.
Discounts of 10% are available to groups of 10-19 people and 20% to groups of 20 or more.
Family tickets allow up to two children (under 16) at a charge of £1 each when booked simultaneously with a full price adult ticket.
Friends of the Philharmonic enjoy a three month priority booking period for season tickets and single tickets before concerts go on sale to the general public. Application forms are sent out to current Friends in early June with a deadline of early July for receipt of completed forms at the BPO Office.
Please note that all Friends priority season tickets must be booked via the BPO Office, 41 George Street, Brighton, BN2 1RJ.
Half hour interview with the guest soloist or conductor before each concert*, for a fascinating insight into the music and the life of a musician.
(Tickets £3.75 each) *except 31 December
Part-season programmes are available at Brighton Dome from October (Part 1) and 31 December (Part 2) at £4. Friends may pre-order from the BPO. Complete with programme notes and performers’ biographies, they provide an in-depth look at each of the concerts.
Previous concert programmes are available from our online archive at: Past Concerts to find the concert and programme you require.