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Reading Summer Proms

Tuesday 15 May – Saturday 6 July 2013 30 appealing musical events - 14 venues 53 days - over 30 groups and performers www.readingarts.com follow us on Facebook & Twitter

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DIARY Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 May • The Sainsbury Singers present Jekyll and Hyde, The Hexagon

Wednesday 15 May

• Lunchtime Organ Recital, The Concert Hall

Saturday 18 May

• Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra Sounds of the Cities Workshop, Leighton Park School • Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra, Leighton Park School

Sunday 19 May

• Berkshire Maestros Young Singer of the year, The Concert Hall

Saturday 25 May

• Town Hall Classics, The Concert Hall • The Witt Studio ‘Phantom of the Opera’ BIG Sing! Wesley Methodist Church, Reading

Sunday 2 June

• Forbury Band Season, Forbury Gardens

Sunday 23 June

• Forbury Band Season, Forbury Gardens • Reading A440 Choir, The Oakwood Centre, Woodley • Henley Symphony Orchestra, Shiplake College • West Forest Sinfonia, St Paul’s Church, Wokingham

Friday 28 Jun

• Reading Minster Festival, St Mary’s Butts

Saturday 29 June

• Reading Minster Festival, St Mary’s Butts • Twyford Singers, Loddon Hall, Twyford

Sunday 30 June

• Reading Minster Festival, St Mary’s Butts • Forbury Band Season, Forbury Gardens

Wednesday 3 July

• Lunchtime Organ Recital, The Concert Hall

Saturday 6 July

Sunday 9 June

• Reading Phoenix Choir, Wesley Methodist Church, Reading • Reading Bach Choir, St Thomas’, Goring • Parenthesis, The Oakwood Centre, Woodley

Saturday 15 June

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Saturday 8 June

• Henley Choral Society, The Concert Hall • Forbury Band Season, Forbury Gardens • Reading Festival Chorus, Wesley Methodist Church, Reading • Wokingham Choral Society, The Great Hall, Reading University

Sunday 16 June

• Forbury Band Season, Forbury Gardens

Monday 17 June

• Reading Community Gospel Choir, Wargrave Festival

Friday 21 June

• Reading A440 Choir, All Saints Church, Dunsden

Saturday 22 June

• Reading A440 Choir, St Laurence Church, Reading • Reading Symphony Orchestra, The Concert Hall

Sunday 7 – Tuesday 9 July

• Berkshire Maestros Extravaganza & Schools Prom, The Hexagon

Saturday 13 July

• Tamesis Chamber Choir, Douai Abbey, Woolhampton • South Chiltern Choral Society, Highdown School, Emmer Green

Friday 19 July

• The Witt Studio Summer Show Wesley Methodist Church, Reading


WELCOME TO THE READING SUMMER PROMS We are delighted to present another fantastic Summer Proms programme, featuring hundreds of musicians, actors and singers from a host of hard working groups across Reading and the surrounding area. The variety on offer is vast - symphony orchestra concerts, magnificent choral works, musical theatre and opera choruses, gospel music, organ recitals, jazz, brass bands and more! Why not attend more than one of these exciting events and get your summer off to a musical start? Book a season ticket, for qualifying events, and save up to £28 on full price tickets. PLUS when you book a season ticket, you can get money off other events in the Proms.

TICKETS Ticket prices and box office information are listed with each event. All ticket sold via the Reading Arts Box Office are subject to a per ticket booking fee of £1.15 for tickets up to and including £10 and £1.95 for tickets greater than £10. Tickets with a face value of up to and including £5 are subject to a fee of 25p per ticket.

SEASON TICKETS A season ticket can only be booked via Reading Arts, and will be subject to a ‘per season ticket’ booking fee of £1.95. Season Ticket qualifying events are marked with a Please use the booking form at the back of this brochure to book your season ticket. For individual events and events with a season ticket holder special offer, please booking according to the information listed.

6 events - £54 5 events - £48 4 events - £40 3 events - £31 2 events - £20 Please return completed booking forms to Reading Arts & Venues Box Office, The Hexagon, Queen’s Walk, Reading RG1 7UA. Booking forms must be received at least a week before the first event booked. Please note: There are 8 qualifying events, but some are on the same dates as others, therefore a top season ticket of 6 events applies.

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THE SAINSBURY SINGERS PRESENT

JEKYLL AND HYDE Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18 May, 7.30pm The Hexagon, Queen’s Walk, Reading RG1 7UA An evocative tale of the epic battle between good and evil, Jekyll & Hyde, the musical, is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story about a brilliant doctor whose experiments with human personality create a murderous counterpart. Convinced the cure for his father’s mental illness lies in the separation of Man’s evil nature from his good, Dr Henry Jekyll unwittingly unleashes his own dark side, wreaking havoc in the streets of late 19th century London as the savage, maniacal Edward Hyde.

Tickets: from £8 available direct from The Sainsbury Singers on 0118 988 2510 or at www.sainsburysingers.org.uk Or The Hexagon Box Office on 0118 960 6060 or www.readingarts.com

CHRISTOPHER NICKOL

LUNCHTIME ORGAN RECITAL Wednesday 15 May, 1pm

The Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH Christopher Nickol, one of the UK’s leading organists, comes to Reading to show off his talents on the world-famous ‘Father’ Willis Organ in the Town Hall. Based in Glasgow, Christopher enjoys an active career as a performer and teacher, including broadcasts on BBC Radio & TV, and several acclaimed CD recordings. His programme includes popular favourites by Bach, Handel, Elgar, Saint-Saëns and Mendelssohn. Ideal entertainment for a spring lunchtime.

Tickets: £4.50 (subject to a booking fee) Box Office: 0118 960 6060 www.readingarts.com

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ALDWORTH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA’S

SOUNDS OF THE CITIES WORKSHOP Saturday 18 May, 2pm – 4.30pm Leighton Park School, Shinfield Road, Reading RG2 7ED A FREE art, movement and music workshop for children aged 4 - 9 to explore the sounds created by a live orchestra. There will be a chance to make instruments, make your own music and try out instruments. It’s ‘all aboard!’ for a transport of delight, as the Aldworth Philharmonic embarks on an eclectic musical journey around Elgar’s bustling London, Lumbye’s evocative representation of a Copenhagen steam railway, Ives’ mysterious New York and Gershwin’s cosmopolitan Paris.

Registration essential via www.aldworthphilharmonic.org.uk

ALDWORTH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Saturday 18 May, 7.30pm

Leighton Park School, Shinfield Road, Reading RG2 7ED Conductor Andrew Taylor Elgar Cockaigne (In London Town) Lumbye Copenhagen Steam Railway Galop Ives Central Park in the Dark Ives The Unanswered Question Gershwin An American in Paris

Tickets: £12 full, £10 concessions & YRP, £5 Under 16s Box Office: 07532 217325 or boxoffice@aldworthphilharmonic.org.uk www.aldworthphilharmonic.org.uk

BERKSHIRE MAESTROS

YOUNG SINGER OF THE YEAR Sunday 19 May, 5pm

The Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH Sponsored by Sovereign, the housing association and organised by Berkshire Maestros, young singers have been competing since November for a place in the final. From the initial 300 entries, 20 young singers will perform alongside the Berkshire Young Voices and the Sovereign Choir. Three winners will receive individual singing lessons for a year given by a Berkshire Maestros specialist voice coach.

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TOWN HALL CLASSICS ON THE VICTORIAN PIPE ORGAN WITH WILLIAM MCVICKER Saturday 25 May, 11.30am

The Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH An opportunity to hear and learn about Reading Town Hall’s world-famous ‘Father’ Willis pipe organ. Its curator, William McVicker, will introduce the instrument, perform some Victorian favourites, and give an insight into the world of the nineteenthcentury organist and organ-builder. There will also be an opportunity for members of the public to play the instrument.

This is a FREE event. No need to book, just turn up. Supported by the Berkshire Organists’ Association

FORBURY BANDSTAND CONCERT SEASON 2013 Sundays in June, 3pm – 4.30pm Forbury Gardens Bandstand

Make the most of a sunny summer’s afternoon and relax and enjoy some wonderful live music in the beautiful surroundings of the Forbury Gardens. Sunday 2 June Spring Gardens Band Sunday 9 June Charles Church Camberley Band Sunday 16 June The Claire Phoenix Band Sunday 23 June Basingstoke Silver Band Sunday 30 June Beenham Wind Orchestra

Tickets: FREE For further information call 0118 937 2771 www.reading.gov.uk www.facebook.com/eventsinreading (season continues throughout July, August & September)

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Wesley Methodist Church, Queen’s Road, Reading RG1 4BW Following the runaway success of Reading’s ‘Les Mis BIG Sing!’ in February, The Witt Studio is back with an opportunity to sing your favourite songs from the Phantom of the Opera. Spend an exciting and entertaining afternoon learning to sing these songs under the guidance of professional vocal coaches, who have wide experience of performing in and successfully preparing singers for lead roles in West End musicals. There are no auditions and all ages and singing abilities are welcome (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult).

The afternoon ends with a short performance free to the public at 5:30pm. Workshop Tickets: £20 (£12 concessions: NUS, U18s, Senior Citizens) To reserve your place or for more details visit: www.thewittstudio.com

HENLEY CHORAL SOCIETY VERDI REQUIEM Saturday 8 June, 7.30pm

The Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH After an acclaimed, sell-out performance of The Creation in 2012, Henley Choral Society and Southern Sinfonia return to the Concert Hall to perform Verdi’s thrilling and dramatic masterpiece. Inspirational young Musical Director Will Dawes conducts over 200 performers on stage including a huge chorus and Kate Symonds-Joy, Mezzo-Soprano, David Butt Philip, Tenor and James Oldfield, Bass. If you love spectacle, if you love opera, if you love drama - join us for a sensational musical experience!

Tickets: £16, Under 18s £12 Box Office: 01491 572795 | www.readingarts.com www.henleychoralsociety.org.uk or via Reading Arts on 0118 960 6060

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READING FESTIVAL CHORUS OPERA CHORUSES AND SONGS FROM THE SHOWS Saturday 15 June, 7.30pm

Wesley Methodist Church, Queen’s Road, Reading RG1 4BW Come and celebrate the summer with Reading Festival Chorus, who will be performing a delightful blend of choruses from well-known operas and excerpts from popular musicals such as West Side Story, The Sound of Music, Candide, and Sunday in the Park with George. Conductor Edward-Rhys Harry Piano Judith Creighton Soloist Harriet Kirk

Tickets: £12 Adults, £10 Concessions (Senior Citizens, Students with NUS cards, YRP) £2 U16s Box Office: 0118 940 3016 | tickets@readingfestivalchorus.org.uk www.readingfestivalchorus.org.uk

WOKINGHAM CHORAL SOCIETY WITH WOKINGHAM CHORAL ACADEMY Saturday 15 June, 7.30pm

The Great Hall, Reading University, London Road, Reading RG1 5AQ Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music Bob Chilcott A Little Jazz Mass David Fanshawe African Sanctus Conductor Alexander Chaplin, WCS & Jo McNally, WCA Piano Benjamin Wood, WCS & Andrew McKenna, WCA African Sanctus is “an event, a celebration of power and energy” which has been performed all over the world and is based on recordings made by the composer on legendary journeys up the River Nile between 1969 and 1973.

Tickets: £17, Students & U18s £5 | www.wokingham-choral-society.org.uk Box Office: tickets@wokingham-choral-society.org.uk

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READING COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHOIR WARGRAVE FESTIVAL Monday 17 June, 8pm

Reading Community Gospel Choir  

Wargrave Festival 2013’, an annual event that runs from the 12th - 30th June 2013. An event organised by the local community of Wargrave. The event provides a range of entertainment for community and surrounding areas of Berkshire and Oxfordshire. The festival will also provide fundraising opportunities for the village Schools, clubs and societies. This year the festival organisers have invited back by popular demand the Reading Community Gospel Choir “Reading’s very own gospel choir...“ to perform at St Mary’s Church, Mill Green, Wargrave.

Tickets: £11, Concessions £9 Box Office: www.wargravevillagefestival.co.uk | www.RComGos.com

READING A440 CHOIR ALL AT SEA Friday 21 June, 7.30pm

All Saints Church, Dunsden RG4 9PH

Saturday 22 June, 7.30pm

St Laurence’s Church, Reading RG1 1DA

Sunday 23 June, 4pm

The Oakwood Centre, Woodley RG5 4JZ Reading A440 Choir invites you to join them for a set of three choral short stories, all with a maritime theme: a tragic love story, an historical drama and a mermaid fantasy! Don’t miss the boat!

Tickets: FREE admission For information email readingA440@gmail.com www.A440choir.com

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READING SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Saturday 22 June, 7.30pm

The Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH Walton Excerpts from Façade Walton Cello Concerto Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique Conductor Stefan Hofkes Soloist Marie Macleod, Cello Reading Symphony Orchestra return to The Concert Hall for their last concert of the season to play the epic Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique. A work which asks for over 90 instrumentalists, that tells the story of “an artist who is constantly haunted by the vision of the perfect unattainable woman”. The orchestra is also delighted to welcome back Marie Macleod, described by The Guardian as ‘powerfully eloquent’, who will be playing the Walton Cello Concerto, which is warm and lyrical in tone and firmly puts the soloist in the spotlight.

Tickets: £14, £12, U16s £5 Box Office: 0118 986 0707 | tickets@rso.org.uk | www.rso.org.uk

HENLEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SHAKESPEARE AT SHIPLAKE Sunday 23 June, 7.30pm

Shiplake College, Nr Henley-on-Thames Grounds open for picnics at 6pm Prokofiev Fauré Mendelssohn Shostakovich Walton

Dances from Romeo and Juliet Epithalame and Nocturne from Shylock Suite Midsummer Night’s Dream Overture Hamlet Suite: Ball at the Palace and The Ghost Henry V: A Shakespeare Scenario with reciter

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Ian Brown Sam West

The HSO celebrates our national bard with wonderful music inspired by his plays. The evening culminates in the unforgettable narrated speeches from Walton’s rousing war-time score made famous by Sir Laurence Olivier as Henry V. Actor, Sam West, joins us for this spectacular performance.

Tickets: Reserved £12 Adults, U16 & Students £6 Unreserved £10 Adults, U16 & Students £5 Box Office: 01235 859210 | www.henleysymphonyorchestra.co.uk/contact

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WEST FOREST SINFONIA Sunday 23 June, 7.30pm

St Paul’s Church, Reading Road, Wokingham RG41 1EH Respighi Botticelli Pictures Martinu Tocatta e due canzonii Sibelius Song of Tuonela Stravinsky Firebird Suite (1919) Conductor Philip Ellis Piano Andy Spiceley WFS have a feast of contrasting music for your delectation on this summers evening. Opening with Respighi’s simmering ‘Botticelli Pictures’ (1926), a gorgeous piece which literally paints pictures in music! Following this, the rather quirky ‘Tocatta e due Canzoni’ (1946) by Martinů, featuring an interesting, almost jazzy, rhythmic piano part with an American flavour. We’re then calmed by the music of Sibelius in the ‘Swan of Tuonela’(1895) – this rich dark tone poem is typical Sibelius, mixing the lush deep tones of the Cor Anglais (the Swan) with the lower strings. The concert ends with Stravinsky’s explosive ‘Firebird Suite’ (the 1919 version), an exciting conclusion to this very colourful concert.

Tickets: £15, £13 (concessions), £1 (U18s & students) Box Office: 0118 933 2435 or tickets@westforestsinfonia.org www.westforestsinfonia.org

READING MINSTER FESTIVAL Friday 28 – Sunday 30 June

Reading Minster, St Marys Butts RG1 2HX To commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Coronation of Elizabeth II, Berkshire flower arranging groups and churches are creating floral displays which will form part of the Festival of Flowers in Reading Minster – part of this year’s Reading Minster Festival. A feast of musical events will also taking place throughout the weekend. Visit us at www.readingmintserfestival.org.uk to find out more. To book call Reading Arts Box Office: 0118 960 6060 or visit www.readingarts.com.

Friday 28 June 12.15pm Lunchtime Organ Recital 6.30pm Communion Service with live jazz band 8pm Jazz classics with the Julie McKee Duo

Saturday 29 June 10am 2.30pm 7.30pm

Painted Pipes: Family Workshop focusing on the 1862 Henry Wllis pipe organ Hymns & Pimms: a celebration of God’s gift of nature through hymn singing Opera Gala and flower arranging demonstration

Sunday 30 June

11am Choral Eucharist – Haydn Little Organ Mass with organ and strings 6pm Choral Classics performed by Reading Minster Choir 9


TWYFORD SINGERS Saturday, 29th June 2013 Loddon Hall, Twyford

Music by the Victorian composers, Parry, Elgar, Wood, and Stanford, and a selection from the opera’s of Gilbert and Sullivan.

Tickets: £8. U16s £4 Box Office: 0118 9342406 / 0118 9345985 or on the door. www.twyford-singers.org.uk

RICHARD GOWERS (ETON COLLEGE)

LUNCHTIME ORGAN RECITAL Wednesday 3 July, 1pm

The Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH An established Reading Town Hall tradition, the latest star performer from Eton College’s organ course presents an end of term recital on the ‘Father’ Willis Organ in the Concert Hall. This year, Richard Gowers will be playing music by Bach, Duruflé, Patrick Gowers and Parry.

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READING BACH CHOIR FROM TALIS TO TORMIS Saturday 6 July, 7.30pm

St Thomas of Canterbury, Goring RG8 9DS

William Byrd Vigilate, Laudibus in Sanctis, Haec Dies Thomas Tallis Missa Salve Intemerata Tormis St. John’s Day Songs Urmas Sisask Benedictio Conductor Matthew Hamilton A fascinating journey through choral music from early beginnings to the present day. The wellknown and beloved music of Thomas Tallis and William Byrd is combined with the chance to hear the contemporary composer Urmas Sisask. A Roman Catholic Estonian born in 1960, one of his major sources of inspiration is astrology.

Tickets: £12, Concessions £10, NUS £8, Under 16s £5 Box Office: 0118 947 8097 | tickets@readingbachchoir.org.uk www.wegottickets.com | www.readingbachchoir.org.uk

PARENTHESIS PRESENTS ‘SUMMER SHOWTIME’ Saturday 6 July, 7.30pm

The Oakwood Centre, Woodley RG5 4JZ Come and enjoy your favorite songs from smash hits including ‘Guys and Dolls’, ‘Les Miserables’, ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Porgy and Bess’

Tickets: £10 (under 18s FREE) Box Office: 0118 954 6833 | tickets@parenthesis.org.uk | www.parenthesis.org.uk

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COMING SOON... BERKSHIRE MAESTROS

EXTRAVAGANZA & SCHOOLS PROM Sunday 7 – Tuesday 9 July

The Hexagon, Queen’s Walk, Reading RG1 7UA A fantastic series of 4 concerts featuring young musicians aged 4 to 18 from Berkshire Maestros Reading Music Centre and many schools across the Reading area. The concerts also involve performances by massed young voices choirs, the Berkshire Youth Brass Band and the Berkshire Youth Percussion Ensemble.

Tickets: £8, £6 Concessions | Box Office: 0118 960 6060 | www.readingarts.com

TAMESIS CHAMBER CHOIR Saturday 13 July, 7.45pm

Douai Abbey, Woolhampton RG7 5TQ For the culmination of our tenth anniversary season, we are delighted to have been invited back to beautiful Douai Abbey. Sacred music was our most voted-for category this season, and we offer some real gems this evening, including music by Allegri, Howells, Purcell, Gorecki, Monteverdi, Bach and Mendelssohn. Don’t miss this outstanding evening of exquisite choral music.

Tickets: £12, £8 Concessions | Box Office: www.tamesischamberchoir.co.uk

SOUTH CHILTERN CHORAL SOCIETY

“COME TO THE OPERA” Saturday 13 July, 5pm & 5pm

The Great Hall, Reading University, RG1 5AQ Including 20 famous arias. Conductor Piano Soloists

Gwyn Arch Ian Westley Lisa Wilson, soprano & Edward Lee, tenor

Tickets: £12 (U18s £6) Box Office: 0118 989 1606 | www.southchilternchoralsociety.org.uk

THE WITT STUDIO Friday 19 July, 7.30pm

Wesley Church, Queens Road, Reading RG1 4BW ‘The Witt Studio Company Summer Show features the Witt Studio Chorus with professional soloists and instrumentalists in a fast-paced staged and professionally lit programme of choral classics, opera scenes, and chart hits. For a taste of the show and up-to-date details please visit www.thewittstudio.com

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CLASSICAL MUSIC ALIVEIN READING 2013 October 05 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Music by John Barry 24 Mitsuko Uchida, Piano November 17 Czech National Symphony Orchestra & Chloe Hanslip 22 The Elias String Quartet - The Beethoven Project: 4 December 08 The Sixteen 2014 January 24 Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra & Vasily Petrenko February 06 The Elias String Quartet - The Beethoven Project: 5 19 Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment & Katia & Marielle Labèque March 08 Imogen Cooper, Piano 18 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & John Lill April 05 Mr Big Family Concert - The Britten Sinfonia 05 Britten Sinfonia 17 Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano & The Escher Quartet 30 English Chamber Orchestra & Charlotte Barbour-Condini May 21 Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra & Natasha Paremski 30 The Elias String Quartet - The Beethoven Project: 6 June 06 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & John Williams 14 The King’s Singers

International Performance Season 2013/14

ORGAN RECITALS AT THE CONCERT HALL CELEBRITY ORGAN RECITALS 2013 17 October Stephen Farr 2014 15 May Paul Hale LUNCHTIME RECITALS 2013 18 September Cameron Luke 20 November Michael Harris 2014 22 January Eleni Keventsidou 5 March Chris Bragg 30 April Richard Brasier 2 July A student from Eton College TICKET PRICES The Hexagon

£32.00, £28.50, £25.50, £20.50, £16.00

The Concert Hall £23.00, £20.50, £18.50, £14.50, £12.00 Organ Recitals

£12.50 (Celebrity), £4.50 (Lunchtime)

CONCESSIONS REDUCTION OF £2 PER TICKET AVAILABLE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS – FOR INDIVIDUAL TICKETS ONLY, NOT APPLICABLE TO SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS. Groups 10+: ALL tickets are £10 each, and are subject to a £1.15 per ticket booking fee. No additional subscription rates apply. (subject to availability) All children under 18: £5 for individual tickets Schools: £5 each, including free programmes (subject to availability) Classical Membership Scheme: £10 for individual tickets. (For patrons aged 18-25 – please contact the Box Office to register for the scheme) Family Tickets: £40 (Hex) or £30 (CH) - for 4 tickets, maximum of 2 adults. *Set price for subscribers, no additional concessions. Please note: Organ Recitals do not count towards a subscription package.

Box Office 0118 960 6060 www.readingarts.com


Reading Summer Proms 2013