Tickets available on the door until/unless we sell out, and online/by post in advance for most concerts. On the door we accept cash and cards.
Following a review of ticket prices, for the 2019/20 season we are holding standard ticket prices at £14 for another year, and we have also removed the charge of £1 for children under 18. At the same time we took the decision to remove the concession price, as is standard practice at many venues.
With that in mind, our prices for 2019/20 are:
Please note price and pickup information here applies to our ‘own’ concerts only – concerts with other groups, as part of festivals or other special events may have different ticketing arrangements.
Tickets for our Ealing concert on 15 February are available in advance through the EMFF Box Office. Please note that since the concert is being run by the Ealing Music and Film Festival, season tickets will not be valid.
Online tickets will remain available up until 5pm on the day of the concert. You will receive an email with a reference number confirming your purchase; please bring this (on a phone is fine, you don’t need to print it) to the concert ticket desk, where you can pick up your paper tickets.
Tickets by post
To order tickets by post for ESO-promoted concerts, download the order form here, print it and complete it.
Send the completed form, with a cheque made out to “Ealing Symphony Orchestra”, to the secretary at 68 Elers Road, London W13 9QD.
Please include a stamped, addressed envelope.
At our concerts
Our usual venue, St Barnabas Church, is step-free in its public areas. Please get in touch if you would like to know more or have specific access requirements.
Refreshments are available at the interval with a small suggested donation.
Seats are not usually reserved. Specific spaces can be allocated for access reasons, and Friends of the ESO can have a seat reserved for them if they wish (just let us know when booking).
While we are always happy to see children at our concerts, there could be up to an hour without a break in some programmes. Keep an eye out for our family-friendly concerts for shorter programmes more suited to very young children.
Photographs and Recording
Please refrain from taking photographs during the performance. If you would like to take pictures please wait until the end.
Do not record or film any part of the concert. If you would like to hear the concert again, our Friends are able to hear our own private recordings, which are for our own enjoyment and improvement only and not available to the general public.
Please note that while the information on this page is accurate at time of publishing, very occasionally we may have to change things at short notice. The Hon. Secretary will be delighted to confirm details if you check with him on 020 8567 4075.