To guarantee entry, buy in advance online or by post; tickets will be available on the door unless/until we sell out. Unfortunately, we can’t accept card payments on the door, so please order your tickets online if you need to pay by card.

We do not manage the ticketing for concerts with other groups or for special events, such as the Ealing Music and Film Festival and the Lord Williams Festival Chorus; you will need to purchase advance tickets directly from them. See this page or the Concerts page for details.

Online tickets

Tickets are available for 7 July with the Lord Williams Festival Chorus through their website, or directly from EventBrite. Please be aware we are not managing the ticketing for this concert so please direct any inquiries to the LWFC administrators.

Tickets for 14 July (Britten, Kodaly) will be available shortly! Watch this space!

Prices for Ealing Symphony-promoted concerts:

£14 adult
£12 concession
£6 student and under-25s
£1 accompanied children (under 16)

When you have purchased your tickets online, Golden Giving will send you an email with a receipt – please print out this receipt and bring it with you to the concert to pick up your tickets at the desk. We are not charging a booking fee for this service, so please use a debit card rather than a credit card if you can.

Online tickets will remain available up until 4.30pm on the day of the concert.

Tickets by post

To order tickets by post for ESO-promoted concerts, download the order form, 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. (We cannot sell tickets to LWFC concerts this way, unfortunately.)


£14 adult
£12 concession
£6 student and under-25s
£1 accompanied children (under 16)

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At our concerts

Accessibility: 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: Refreshments are available at the interval with a small suggested donation.

Seating: 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).

Young audience: 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.


Please note that all details and prices, while correct when published, might have to be altered. The Hon. Secretary will be delighted to confirm them if you check with him on 020 8567 4075.