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The Hexagon is a multi-purpose entertainment venue in the heart of Reading, hosting an eclectic mix of entertainers from big name Comedians, Spectacular Musicals, Children's Shows, Classical Concerts, Opera, Pantomime, Theatre, Dance and everything in between.
Built in 1977 by Robert Matthew Johnson Marshall (RMJM) in the Brutalist style of modernist architecture, the venue's capacity varies from 1,200 to 1,686 depending on the programme.
Classical Music Alive in Reading is back! And as always, delighted to present orchestras, conductors, ensembles and soloists of the highest calibre at both The Hexagon and The Concert Hall.
At The Hexagon, our Resident Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, will again present three fantastic concerts with the highest quality of music-making. The Concert Hall hosts a varied programme including The Brodsky Quartet with the phenomenal Baritone, Sir Willard White, pianist, Jeneba Kanneh-Mason, trumpeter, Tine Thing Helseth, the European Union Chamber Orchestra, The Sixteen, Galliard Ensemble and Red Priest and some percussion brilliance from O Duo.
We will have a treat for the young music fans too when our family concert Noisy Kids returns in February. This out-of-this world concert for the whole family is packed full of music inspired by space.
The Hexagon £28, £21, £17
Concert Hall Ensemble: £23.50, £20.50, £15.50
Concert Hall Recital: £21.50, £18.50, £13.50
Under 18s: £6
Students (18-25 year olds or NUS card holders of any age): £10
Schools: £6 plus 1 in 10 free* please call our Schools Booker on 0118 937 2011 for more details.
Groups of 10+: 15% off* Groups of 20+: 20% off*
*Full price tickets only, not available online, please call our Schools Booker on 0118 937 2011 for more details.
All concessions are available on Price Band B & C Seats only
All tickets prices shown are inclusive of ticket fees.
Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged for another performance.
Ways to Save Money
Book 3 Royal Philharmonic concerts for 15% off
Book 3 or more Concert Hall concerts for 15% off
Supersubscriber - Book all 11 concerts in the season and receive 15% off and a free programme for each concert. Super Subscribers also benefit from priority booking, invites to meet & greets and selected offers for other events *
Buy a concert programme voucher in advance for £2 and save 50p. Simply add this merchandise item to your basket before checking out and a voucher will be sent in the post to you or can be collected from the box office on arrival. (free postage is available for merchandise items)
*For Super Subscribers booking all 11 concerts you do not need to add programmes to your order as these will be automatically sent to you.
Never been to a concert before? You can take advantage of our fantastic Test Drive offer and attend a concert for just £12 - see Test Drive for more details
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra presents
Noisy Kids: IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE
This out-of-this-world concert for the whole family is packed full of music inspred by space, from thrilling classics to film music favourites. Back in Reading by popular demand, Noisy Kids concerts are fun and accessible, designed for families to discover their new, favourite orchestral music.
Featuring well-known music from Star Wars, Blue Danube Waltz, ET, Clair de Lune and much more!
Get involved from your seat with songs and actions to join in with. Plus fancy dress is very much encouraged!
Pre Concert Talks take place from 6.30pm until 7pm at the venue and are FREE to ticket holders for the concert.
Supported by The Berkshire Organists' Association
All recitals take place at The Concert Hall, start at 1pm and last approx. 45 minutes
Special Offer -You can now save time and money by booking your organ recital ticket in advance.
Advance Price: £5
On Doors: £6
Dates for 2021-22
Monday 11 October
Monday 1 November
Monday 17 January
Monday 7 March
Monday 9 May
Monday 4 July
Berkshire Organists’ Association
Patron: Dame Gillian Weir
The Berkshire Organists' Association is proud to support the series of organ recitals on the historic Father Willis organ in the Concert Hall, ensuring that this important instrument is played and heard regularly.
Our association was formed in 1921 with the aims of promoting the art of organ playing, bringing the organ and its music to the public, and providing advice and support to players. We hold regular organ-related events monthly for members, including social gatherings and visits to churches, cathedrals and concert halls across Southern England. We also arrange public organ concerts in local churches.
New members, who need not be players, can be assured of a very warm welcome. We hope that anyone interested in the organ and its music will join us.
For further information please visit www.berkshireorganists.org.uk