Royal Scottish National Orchestra Society Ltd
Registered office: 19 Killermont Street, Glasgow G2 3NX
Scottish Company No 27809
Scottish Charity No SC010702
VAT No 316344770
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Seating plans and prices shown in our Season brochures apply to subscription/multibuy purchases only. Layouts and pricing may vary for single-ticket purchases and for non-Season/Classical concerts.
All discounts are subject to availability. The RSNO reserves the right to vary pricing at any time. All details are correct at time of publishing. The RSNO reserves the right to change performance details without prior notice and we will always endeavour to notify patrons whenever possible.
If you would like to change your contact preferences, update your details or withdraw from our marketing lists please write to: The Database Manager, RSNO, 19 Killermont Street, Glasgow G2 3NX.
2022:23 Season Refund Policy
We regret no refunds can be made except in the following circumstance. During the 2022:23 Season, should you or anyone in your family or party display symptoms, test positive or be self-isolating due to COVID-19, the RSNO will refund the cost of your ticket. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours of your concert to request your refund. Please note, we might ask you to provide us with evidence to support your request – for example your test and protect notification.
2023:24 Season Refund Policy
We regret no refunds can be made except to customers who purchase all 17 Classical concerts as noted below or if a concert has to be cancelled in its entirety and an alternative concert is not possible.
Customers who purchase 4+ concerts with our multibuy offer can exchange their tickets to another RSNO concert in the current Season, subject to availability. Tickets must be returned to the Box Office at least 24 hours before the concert. An administration charge of £1 per ticket will apply for all exchanges. Any surplus amount must be paid at the time of exchange. Customers who purchase all 17 Classical concerts, can receive a refund for a maximum of two concerts. Please note that the Box Office is unable to process ticket exchanges on performance evenings. Alternatively, you can donate the value of your ticket towards the RSNO’s Appeal. Please email email@example.com to inform us of your kind donation at least 24 hours before the concert.
Under 18s – children under the age of 18 (i.e. age 17 and under) go free to RSNO Season concerts when accompanied by a paying adult. Subject to availability.
Under 26s – young people under the age of 26 (i.e. age 25 and under) can purchase tickets for RSNO Season concerts for £6 in advance of the concert, or for £8 after 5pm on the day of the concert. Proof of age must be shown at time of purchase. Seating area restrictions may apply to some performances. Subject to availability.
Mature Students – students of any age in full-time education can purchase tickets for RSNO Season concerts for £6 in advance of the concert, or for £8 after 5pm on the day of the concert. A valid full-time student matriculation card must be shown at time of purchase. Seating area restrictions may apply to some performances. Subject to availability.
Unemployed – If you are of working age and in receipt of unemployment benefit, you can purchase tickets to RSNO Season concerts for £6 each. Seating area restrictions may apply to some performances. Subject to availability.
Disabled Patrons and their Carers – Patrons with disabilities and their carers are entitled to 50% off full price single tickets for RSNO Season concerts. Please purchase tickets in advance. Disabled concessions are not applicable to subscription prices.
Digital Suscriptions and Tickets
Please note, due to the ongoing uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic, the RSNO may have to change programmes and/or artists at short notice or delay a broadcast date. If a concert has to be cancelled in its entirety and an alternative concert is not possible, all ticket money will be refunded.
Perth Concert Series
By subscribing to the Perth Concert Series, your information and subscription details will be shared between Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Horsecross Arts Ltd. We continuously review records of supporters to ensure your data is as accurate as possible by data screening and cleansing. We may consult alternative sources in order undertake these checks as well as use tools to monitor the effectiveness of our communications. There are some communications that we are required to send regardless of your contact preferences. These are essential communications which are deemed necessary to fulfil our contractual obligations to you. This includes Standing Order confirmations and advanced notices, thank you letters, renewal reminders, and querying returned mail or bounced Standing Order payments with you.
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