Existing Vouchers continue to be accepted in the 2021/2 Season, but no new Vouchers are available for purchase.
What is the voucher system?
Our unique voucher system allowed Members to buy, in advance, a set of four vouchers. One voucher may be exchanged for a ticket for any concert. Vouchers remain valid for 2021/2 providing you continue as a Member.
What’s the difference between a voucher and a ticket?
A ticket grants you admission to a specific concert; a voucher has to be exchanged for a ticket to any concert of your choice. But only a ticket guarantees you a place if we have a large audience – so it’s important that you book a ticket online (enter VOUCHER as your ‘coupon’ at checkout and price will be set to £0) or by contacting Alan (see below for contact details), then bring your voucher on the night. As always, if you want to be part of a large or sell-out audience you’ll need to book in advance.
Who can use a voucher?
Vouchers are for Members only. Of course, we welcome Members bringing guests, but they will need to pay the normal visitor ticket cost.
What does a voucher look like?
A voucher is like a ticket but is a different colour (light blue). There are spaces for your name and Membership number, and the date of the concert. You need to fill in this information before presenting the voucher.
How do I use a voucher? Do I need to book a ticket in advance?
You do not have to book in advance, but we would like you to, as if helps us ensure socially distanced seating, and we do not want you turning up on the night and finding the concert is sold-out. You can book online, simply enter VOUCHER as your ‘coupon’ at checkout and the price will be set to £0 but you will have reserved your place. You will have to have seperate transactions for voucher and non-voucher tickets. Or you can ring or email Alan Parr (see below) and book a place, and hand over your completed voucher when you arrive. We always hope as many people as possible book their places in advance at concerts or with Alan (phone, post, or email) as this lets us arrange the best seating plan.
Which concerts can I use vouchers for?
You can use them for any concert.
What happens if I turn up with a voucher without having booked a ticket?
If there are places available then your voucher will be converted to a ticket, however if it’s a sell-out then we won’t be able to admit you. It’s enormously helpful to both us and you if we know in advance that you plan to come.
What happens if I turn up without a voucher?
If you don’t have a voucher we’ll ask you to buy a Member’s ticket in the usual way.
What do I do if I lose my vouchers?
We keep a full record of vouchers sold and used, so if you mislay your vouchers then just let us know and we’ll sort things out.
There’s something I’m still not sure of ….
If there’s anything we haven’t made clear then don’t hesitate to ring 01442 824173 (between 0900 and 1800 Monday to Friday, please) or email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and we’ll try and clear things up. Or of course you can speak to any Committee Member at concerts.
Here’s a summary of what you need to do:
You can only use vouchers if you’ve renewed your Membership, so the first thing you need to do is renew as described in the Member section of this website as soon as possible.
Alan: 01442-824 173 (preferably on weekdays between 9.00a.m. and 6.00p.m.) Please note: calls from withheld numbers are likely to be blocked – so you should either unwithhold (dial 1470-01442-824173) or use the mobile number 07910-85-60-59. Email: email@example.com Emails are usually answered promptly – if you haven’t had a response within 72 hours do try again, because emails do sometimes get lost.