Put yourself at the heart of the action for just £10.


Put yourself at the heart of the action for just £10.

Sit ringside at Royal Festival Hall for just a tenner, and experience the thrill of a live symphony orchestra – the Philharmonia – in full flow.

We guarantee you great music and great seats within a few metres of the stage.

And for fun we’ll keep your exact seats a secret until the day: you could be in the front row, in the choir stalls right behind the trumpets – or even in a box.

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  • £10 a seat
  • Save up to £18.50 per ticket
  • Book up to 4 seats per concert (all seats will be allocated together)
  • No transaction fees or postage costs
  • Pick up your tickets on the night from our friendly front-of-house team
  • A wide range of live music to choose from
  • Limited availability: up to 100 seats per concert
  • Concerts on Thursdays or Sundays

Sunday 5 Nov 2017, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Edward Gardner conductor

Soloists include:

Mark van de Wiel, Roland Wood, Philharmonia Chorus

Elgar Overture, In the South (Alassio) (Op. 50)

Phibbs Clarinet ConcertoLondon premiere

Walton Belshazzar's Feast

111 musicians and 120 singers tell the dramatic story that gave us the phrase ‘the writing on the wall’.


Thursday 9 Nov 2017, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

John Wilson conductor

Sarah Tynan soprano

Philharmonia Voices (Ladies) choir

Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 7, Sinfonia Antartica

Holst The Planets

A vivid evocation of the Antarctic and a 100-year-old space odyssey.


Thursday 23 Nov 2017, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Long Yu conductor

George Li piano

Glinka Overture, Ruslan and Ludmila

Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2

Shostakovich Symphony No. 5

Arguably the most thrilling symphony and the most romantic piano concerto of all time.


Sunday 3 Dec 2017, 3pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Krzysztof Urbański conductor

Simon Trpčeski piano

Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture, Romeo and Juliet

Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1

Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)

Two musical interpretations of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, framing a virtuosic piano concerto.


Thursday 7 Dec 2017, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Vilde Frang violin

Sibelius Finlandia

Sibelius Violin Concerto

Sibelius Lemminkäinen Legends

Breathe in the music of vast landscapes and ancient epics.