Residency in Eastbourne

The London Philharmonic Orchestra has always enjoyed its visits to Eastbourne's Congress Theatre since its first performance there in 1934 under the Orchestra's founder Sir Thomas Beecham. Its 2016/17 season includes an exciting new venture – three chamber concerts at Devonshire Park Theatre, presented by Principal players from within the Orchestra.

LPO at Eastbourne's Congress Theatre

'First time seeing the London Philharmonic Orchestra yesterday, and what an incredible experience. Thank you.'

Audience member, Eastbourne, 2015

We are delighted to announce our 2016/17 season at Eastbourne, which sees us performing with world-class talent once again. The season begins in October 2016, and booking is open now.

Forthcoming LPO concerts at Eastbourne's Congress Theatre and Devonshire Park Theatre

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Tickets £13–£25
Premium Seats £29 (Congress Theatre only)
(Including £1 per ticket booking fee)

Discounts for groups, subscriptions and concessions available.

Available from Eastbourne Theatres ticket offices.

Getting there

Public Transport

Rail: Eastbourne Station is a 10–15 minute walk away, with fast, regular services to Eastbourne from Hastings, Lewes, Brighton, Haywards Heath, London and elsewhere. To book tickets and for travel updates visit southernrailway.com.

Bus: There is a frequent bus service from all areas of the city. Visit stagecoachbus.com.

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Car Parking

Disabled parking is available between the Congress Theatre's main entrance and the Winter Garden – approximately 100m to the right of the Congress Theatre's main doors and directly in front of the Devonshire Park Theatre. Patrons may also be dropped off and collected from this point. Pay and display parking is available at the College Road car park, approximately 250m behind the Congress Theatre.