Liverpool Philharmonic presents a number of concerts during the afternoon, often a more convenient time for many people to enjoy a musical interlude during their busy day. Join us for a break in your week with world class performers, beautiful masterpieces and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Friday concerts in Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s Classic FM Series this season will be performed in the afternoon, a perfect way to end your week. Also new this year, Friday afternoon concerts will feature our conductors speaking to the audience to help explain aspects of the music. A lot of you have told us that this really helps you get more from the concert.
All Friday concerts start at 1.30pm, making it easy to get in and out of the City Centre, with plenty of parking available at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral or on the street. We’d also like to invite you have a drink and mingle with Orchestra members and staff in our Grand Foyer before each concert.
All tickets are one price – just £25 or £7 for under 25s / claimants. So if you book early, you could get fantastic seat in the boxes, stalls or grand circle!
Please note that subscription discounts do not apply to Friday afternoon concerts, although they may be included in your ‘flexi’ subscription.
Our Sunday Afternoon Classics concerts each start at 2.30pm. Ticket prices vary, with most concerts starting from £15.
Why not make an afternoon of it and enjoy lunch beforehand (or afternoon tea afterwards?) at Hope St Hotel’s London Carriage Worksrestaurant, Liverpool Philharmonic’s Dining Partner. Enjoy a delicious pre-concert lunch with two courses for £22. Or have a delightful, post-concert afternoon tea for just £17 per person.
Lunchtime Concerts in the informal, intimate setting of Music Room feature musicians from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Concerts start at 1pm and last for one hour. All tickets just £8.
Watch the orchestra members as they present chamber works in smaller ensembles and demonstrate their individual virtuosity.