Tickets and Concessions

Tickets for our 2015 production cost just £10 (£8 concessions - further discounts available for group bookings of more than 10 people).

Tickets for our productions can be purchased in advance via our online box office*, or bought on the night at least fifteen minutes before the start of the performance.

We offer concessionary rates to the following groups:

  • Persons in receipt of benefits and / or state pension
  • Persons in full time education
  • Persons aged 15 years and under

To purchase a concessionary rate ticket, simply select the concession option when ordering online, or advise the Front of House team when purchasing on the night. Please note, you may be asked to provide proof of your eligibility for concessionary rates when collecting your tickets.

An additional £2 discount is available for Friends of RST members on their individual ticket purchase.

* Tickets purchased online are sent by email. You will need to bring a copy of the email, or a note of the booking reference, with you when you attend.


Romford Summer Theatre perform at The Rockery, Raphael Park, Main Road, Romford, RM2 5NT (Access via Parkway entrance).


Raphael Park is a public space with a number of pathways which are accessible to wheelchair users. However, the public toilets are not accessible. and wet weather can cause problems for people when coming off the path and into the seating area, which is on grass. If you, or a member of your party, will be attending in a wheelchair, please email so we can ensure we are able to support your access requirements.

General Information

  • Performances start promptly at 8pm so please do not be late!
    (3pm for matinee performances)
  • Seating is unreserved so please arrive promptly to ensure you are able to sit with your friends and family - access via Parkway entrance, near the tennis courts.
  • Parking is available on the main field (except on matinee performances)
  • There is usually an interval of 15 minutes, approximately half way through the production.
  • As we are an open-air theatre company, we recommend audiences wear suitable clothing when attending our performances. Its a good idea to bring a blanket as it can get quite chilly when the sun sets. Insect repellent and an umbrella are also recommended!
  • Refreshments are available, but you are welcome to bring your own food and drink if you would prefer, provided you take your rubbish home with you afterwards and do not cause a disturbance to other members of the audience.
  • Basic seating (plastic chairs without arms) is provided for audience members. You are welcome to bring along your own seating if you would prefer to do so, however, this will need to be positioned in such a way as to not disrupt the view or enjoyment of other members of the audience.