Tickets were available Monday 8 January and are going thick and fast – but more will be released soon…
Monday 23 April 2018, 7.30pm
The Royal Albert Hall, London
A spectacular showcase of young talent featuring 2000 performers from Hampshire.
County groups, massed ensembles, a choir of a 1000, plus dancers, drummers and a newly commissioned work “My World”, which challenges our individual role in the pollution of the seas and the collective responsibility to make a positive change. With surprise guests from the Armed Forces there is also a special performance of Passchendaele and the anthem We Will Remember Them to mark and reflect on the centenary of the end of WW1.
An evening to celebrate creativity and performance with Hampshire students aged from 7 – 18.
More tickets will be released in the coming weeks, including stalls, so you will need to keep an eye on the venue’s booking site to check.
If you wish to reserve seats in the Grand Tier, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of seats you require. We will acknowledge your request by return email and log date of receipt. We will be in touch over the coming weeks with information on how these tickets will be distributed.
If you purchase seats in the rousing circle and better seats then become available, the venue will be able to upgrade them (if you wish to pay the difference). Upgrades can only be done via the box office by phone.
Book tickets online
Box office 020 7589 8212
Please note the ticket prices will vary slightly from those previously advertised due to the venue adding a booking charge
Lots of work is going on behind the scenes to put on this one-off event and we’re excited to display the amazing talent from Hampshire