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The Sir Arthur Sullivan Society is a registered charity which aims to advance the education of the public in, and promote the performance of, the music of Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan (1842-1900) and other contemporaneous British composers, by means of the presentation of publications, recordings, lectures, concerts and other activities.

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Your membership runs for one year from the end of the month in which you join the Society. Only one reminder of renewal is sent, and if no renewal is received, resignation is assumed. Our filing system is such that, once a member is deemed to have resigned from the Society, the records are destroyed. The best way to avoid unintentional resignation is to pay by standing order, which also brings a reduced annual rate. The necessary details on setting up a standing order are available on request from the

UK taxpayers may also enhance the value of their subscription to the Society at no extra cost by completing a Gift Aid form which is also available from the .

Online Application

To join the Society online, please click the New Member button below. Once you submit the form your membership details will be processed and a Paypal invoice will be emailed to you. You will be able to pay this invoice directly with your debit/credit card or Paypal. You do not need a Paypal account to be able to pay online.

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Postal Application

If you would prefer to join the Society by post, please to download an application form. We ask that you print this form, fill in your details and post with your cheque to: Sir Arthur Sullivan Society, c/o Doreen Harris, Membership Secretary, flat 3, 35 Khama Road, London SW17 0EN.

Further Information
If you have any questions regarding the Membership process or require further information, please contact the .