Tickets are now on sale for the British Police Symphony Orchestra’s Proms Night Spectacular at the Birmingham Symphony Hall.
A limited number of tickets are on sale for just £5 each with others available at £12, £18 and £23.
The Proms Night is being held on Saturday 2 December, from 7.30pm and promises an evening of music, fun and fireworks.
It will feature orchestral masterpieces including Prokoviev (Romeo and Juliet), Badelt (Pirates of the Caribbean) and the traditional ‘Proms Night’ finish of Jerusalem, Rule, Britannia and Land Of Hope and Glory.
Established in 1989 by West Midlands Police Constable Alex Roe, the British Police Symphony Orchestra is a national orchestra formed from the voluntary commitment of accomplished musicians, with many being serving or past-serving members of the police service.
The orchestra is a charity and receives no financial support from public funds or police budgets.
To purchase tickets – including a fantastic ‘4 for the price of 3’ offer – please contact email@example.com quoting ‘BPSO999’ or visit www.thsh.co.uk
By ordering directly with the BPSO you can save up to £3 per ticket for the transaction fee, plus postage fees both of which are charged by the Box Office.