Royal Philharmonic Orchestra comes to Tunbridge Wells this weekend

Hitting all the right notes for a return to live music

The Assembly Hall Theatre welcomes The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra this Sunday June 27

Just weeks after reopening after the government further eased Covid restrictions, the Assembly Hall will host the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Orchestra this coming weekend.

“This is a momentous occasion for us with the country’s premier orchestra performing right on the town’s doorstep,” an Assembly Hall spokesperson told the Times.

The show will be a spotlight on the wind instruments of the orchestra and will include a selection of popular pieces including Mozart’s Serenade No.12 and Gounod’s Petite Symphonie.

Talking about the forthcoming afternoon concert on Sunday at 3pm, the theatre’s Director JJ Almond said: “I am so delighted to be welcoming our friends the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to the Assembly Hall. This is their very first visit to us, so do not miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to see this world-class orchestra here in our very own Assembly Hall Theatre. If you love orchestral music then you simply must come!”

James Williams, Managing Director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra added: “The Orchestra is absolutely thrilled to be making its debut at the Assembly Hall Theatre. We will be welcoming in summer with a matinee concert that is full of warmth and musical sunshine, featuring the musicians of our wind section and music from beloved composers such as Mozart, Gounod and DvoÃ…â„¢ák.”

To book tickets, which start from £24.50, visit



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