Enjoy 50% off tickets to selected Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra concerts, On Demand series, and other Hall and Music Room gigs! Book today, as this offer is subject to availability and must end Monday 29 November at 5.30pm.
To book, enter the promo code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout online or call our friendly Box Office team on 0151 709 3789 (open Friday, Saturday & Monday 9.30am-5.30pm, and closed on Sunday).
Upcoming events include:
Saturday 11 December 8pm
Stick in the Wheel
Stick In The Wheel use centuries-old work-songs that speak to present day issues of class – an inherently political act. Their work is rooted in traditional music and song, informed by the modern electronic music that grew out of their hybrid East London heritage.
Friday 24 December 11am
It’s a Wonderful Life
Our traditional film screening of It’s a Wonderful Life returns to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
Friday 31 December 7.30pm
New Year at Liverpool Philharmonic
Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Hope Street with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra as we throw the most stylish party in town!
Get dressed up in your finery (there’s a prize for best dressed!), enjoy a cocktail or two in our Art Deco bar and join us for an evening of songs from the roaring 20s and fabulous 30s.
Thursday 13 January 7.30pm
Enjoy an evening of music by French genius Lili Boulanger, a flurry of (very Polish) fireworks from Witold Lutosławski and Ian Tracey, putting the magnificent and newly refurbished Liverpool Philharmonic Hall organ through its paces in Poulenc’s glittering concerto for organ, strings and timpani.
Friday 14 & Saturday 15 January 8pm
The Classic Rock Show
After an eighteen month break, The Classic Rock Show is back, bigger and even better!
Paying tribute to its favourite rock heroes, the show thunders through legendary performances from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, Steely Dan, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, Queen, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, The Who and many more.
Thursday 20 January 7.30pm
Chief Conductor Domingo Hindoyan puts together a ravishing all-French programme to welcome back pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouze, with music by Messiaen, Ravel, Debussy and Roussel.