2018-19 Symphony Hall Ticket Prices

2018 19 Seating Plan From Package Forms.


Credit/debit card: Mastercard, Visa, Maestro and Amex. Please note in order to protect your security the CBSO and THSH no longer accept credit card details by post. To pay by card, please call Box Office on 0121 780 3333.

Cheque: Make cheques payable to 'Performances Birmingham Limited'. If you wish to send a cheque in the post but are unsure of the total amount, please call the Box Office on 0121 345 0499 to discuss your booking.

Direct Debit: Direct Debit is available to Concert Package bookings of £100+.  It is only available by phone, post or in person at the Symphony Hall Box Office before 5pm, 16 July 2018. It is not possible to pay by Direct Debit online.

Please do not send cash through the post.

SEATING AREA Evening/Matinée Friday Night Classics/Christmas Rattle Fundraising Concert - 28 March 2019 Mirga conducts Mahler's Second - 13/16 June 2019
£A £50 £52 £70 £54
£B from £43* from £46* from £60 from £46
£C from £36* from £40* from £48 from £39.50
£D from £29.50* from £32.50* from £38 from £33
£E from £22.50* from £24* from £28 from £25

All prices include a £3 per ticket commission where applicable

*Book early to secure these prices 
**Wheelchair positions are available at price £E in the Stalls, Terrace and Upper Circle levels in Symphony Hall

Mystery Seats are the CBSO’s new discounted ticket option for the 2018-19 season, giving you the chance to book for selected performances for just £13... Click here to learn more.

SPECIAL EVENTS – All areas one price

Youth Orchestra Concerts:

Family Concerts:
£12 / Group of 4: £38

Haydn and Bizet, 17 October, Town Hall:


Centre Stage:

Group of 4: £27 

Weinberg Weekend November 2018: Visit for more information

Gidon Kremer plays Weinberg, 23 November, CBSO Centre: £13
Kremerata Baltica, 24 November, Town Hall: £13
Exploring Weinberg, 25 November, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire: £10

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Refunds & Exchanges: Tickets are non-refundable or exchangeable. Refunds will only be given if a performance is cancelled or rescheduled.

Lost tickets: There is a £2 charge for printing duplicate tickets.