Classical music

Philharmonia Orchestra

Philharmonia Orchestra

SAT 11 OCT

Resident Orchestra at The Marlowe Theatre

Philharmonia Orchestra

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Played with unflinching precision. THE GUARDIAN

First World War Commemoration Concert.

Nicholas Collon conductor
Alisa Weilerstein cello
Elizabeth Watts soprano

Britten 'Four Sea Interludes', Peter Grimes
Elgar Cello Concerto
Vaughan Williams Symphony No.3, Pastoral

From Elgar's impassioned nostalgia to Vaughan Williams’s haunting eloquence, tonight’s programme focuses on two works that meditate upon the appalling carnage of the First World War.

Opening the concert is music written at the close of the Second World War, Britten's 'Four Sea Interludes', which paint a picture of the ever-changing face of the sea, from the eerie calm of dawn to the fury of a final storm.


TIME
7.30pm

TICKETS (bkg fees apply*)
Premier Seats: £34
£29.50, £24.50, £18, £11

DISCOUNTS
Concessions:
£3 off top three prices & Premier Seats
The Marlowe Friends: £4.50 off top three prices & Premier Seats
Discovery Tickets (for 16-26yrs & full-time students): £8 (limited availability, bkg fees apply*)

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone & in person: £1 per ticket booking fee. Online: 75p per ticket booking fee. The Marlowe Friends: 75p per ticket booking fee (by phone, in person & online). The maximum fee you will be charged when booking by phone or in person is £8. Booking fees are unlimited online.

An extra charge of £1 applies if you would also like your tickets posted. Marlowe Friends do not pay a postage charge. There is no booking fee made for group bookings of 15 tickets or more or customers with access needs, when booking by phone or in person.


To book tickets on-line, click on the Book Now button. 

IN PERSON
The Marlowe Theatre Box Office is open from 9am to 6pm Monday - Saturday. 
When there is a show, we remain open until 30 minutes after the performance begins.

BY TELEPHONE
Tickets can be booked on 01227 787787 with all major debit and credit cards 
(except American Express).

OPENING HOURS
The Marlowe Theatre Box Office is open for personal bookings Mon - Sat 9am - 5.30pm.
Telephone bookings can be made between Mon - Sat 9am - 6pm.
If paying by cheque or postal order, please make it payable to Canterbury City Council.

RESERVATIONS
Tickets can be reserved without payment for up to four days, or 24hrs prior to the performance - whichever is the soonest.

BOOKING FEE & DELIVERY CHARGE

The following per ticket fees apply when booking tickets at our theatre:

  • Booking by phone and in person at our Box Office: £1 per ticket booking fee
  • Booking online: 75p per ticket booking fee
  • The Marlowe Friends (booking by phone, in person at the Box Office and online): 75p per ticket booking fee
  • For all productions in The Marlowe Studio (booking by phone, in person at the Box Office and online): 75p per ticket booking fee

The maximum booking fee you will be charged, when booking your tickets in person or over the phone, is £8. If you book more than 15 tickets per transaction, in person or over the phone, you will not be charged a booking fee.

If you book online, you will be charged a per ticket booking fee for all of the tickets that you book, with no maximum booking fee charge. Customers with access needs are not charged a booking fee if booking by phone and in person.

An extra charge of £1 applies if you would like your tickets posted. The Marlowe Friends do not pay a postage charge.

Booking fees do not apply for creative workshops, school group bookings, artist talks and gift vouchers.


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