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A limited number of  ‘Under 30s’ £8.50 tickets are available for specially selected events at Kings Place, ranging from Classical concerts to jazz and world music – a great way to introduce children to live music and make it more accessible to young people. All events with ticket offers for children and young people are displayed here. Terms and conditions apply. Please contact the Box Office for more information.

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£8.50 ‘Under 30s’ tickets
A limited number of £8.50 tickets for attendees aged under 30 are available for this show. To purchase an 'Under 30s' ticket, please choose the 'Under 30s' price type when selecting your ticket(s). If the option does not appear, this means all 'Under 30s' tickets have sold out. Please note that proof of age may be requested at the venue. The £8.50 offer does not apply to premium price categories.

Gildas Quartet Britten No. 3 in Surround Sound

Classical / Sound Unwrapped

We welcome back the Gildas  Quartet for a special memorised performance of Britten’s Quartet No. 3 in the round, following their sold-out Surround Sound Session earlier this year.  

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The Albion Christmas Band

Folk / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

Featuring the combined talents of Simon Nicol (Fairport Convention), Kellie While (Albion Band) Simon Care (Edward II) and the Guvnor himself, Ashley Hutchings MBE, The Albion Christmas Band take you on a guided tour through the Christmas customs of Britain.

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Ruisi Quartet

Classical / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

The Ruisi Quartet is celebrated both for deeply engaging performances of early repertoire and for its bold commissions. In this concert the Ruisi, founded by British/Sicilian brothers Alessandro and Max, contextualise the music of Oliver

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Classical / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

This concert, curated by composer Oliver Leith, draws inspiration from a grainy film of the Deller Consort singing English madrigals around a dining table; seemingly without audience; pure joy.

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