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Christmas Cracker - Matinee

Saturday 7 December 2024, 3.00pm
Cadogan Hall

Stephen Bell Conductor
Katie Birtill Vocalist
Oliver Tompsett Vocalist

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s much-loved Christmas Cracker concert returns to Cadogan Hall.

Featuring your favourite Christmas songs and a selection of sing-along carols, it’s the perfect way to get your festive season off to a joyful start.

The Orchestra is very pleased to be joined by conductor Stephen Bell, alongside special guest vocalists, Katie Birtill and Oliver Tompsett, for this magical Yuletide celebration that is guaranteed to fill you with festive cheer.

There is also an evening performance at 7.30pm.

Ticket information

Doors: 2.15pm

Concert starts: 3pm (approximate end time: 5.30pm)

Tickets from £28 (prices subject to change)

RPO Club members save 50% on two tickets per London Season concert and receive a host of other benefits – phone 020 7608 8840 to find out more.

Groups of just 6+ save up to 30% – phone 020 7608 8840 to find out more.

Student tickets available, book via Student Pulse.

This event is not recommended for children under 5. All customers aged 14 years or below must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over.

All RPO orders are subject to a £4 transaction fee. For group bookings of 10+, a £1 fee per ticket applies (capped at £30 per booking).

Tickets for RPO Brent Members - SOLD OUT

A limited number of tickets are available for this performance at a special price for RPO Brent members in bands D-E

To book tickets, members should make sure that they are logged into their RPO account. The offer will then automatically be applied in the basket.

Tickets are limited so if the offer is not applied that may be because there are no longer any tickets available for this offer.

Find out more about the RPO Brent membership and sign up here

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