Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Queen's Hall

The Queen's Hall, 85-89 Clerk Street, EH8 9JG

Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Queen's Hall Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Queen's Hall
£5
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Sunday 26th February 2023

Starts at 15:00

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Tickets to an event by the internationally celebrated Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Queen's Hall; from re-imagining classical masters & romantic greats, to sharing contemporary commissions, the SCO are anything but predictable - save up to 70%

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for children under 16, need to buy tickets too?

21:51, 30/12/22

Hi there,

Thanks for getting in touch!

I'm happy to confirm all people attending need a ticket, including children.

I hope this helps!

Wallis, itison Customer Support, 09:42, 31/12/22

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Advance ticket collection required. Itison vouchers can be exchanged for show tickets from The Queen's Hall from 2pm - 2.45pm on the day of the event.

Multiple purchases permitted.

Duration: approx. 2hrs including 20 minute interval.

Seating will be allocated within your chosen band on a first come first serve basis.

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.

Line-up is subject to change. 

Wheelchair access available.

You can use your paperless ticket from your itison account on any mobile device. Printed vouchers are also accepted.

Ticket is non-refundable unless event is cancelled. 

Ticket is not exchangeable for cash or valid with any other offers. 

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  • The Queen's Hall
  • 85-89 Clerk Street,
    EH8 9JG
  • Tel: 0131 668 2019

Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Queen's Hall

£5