Do I have to pay for concerts?
Every concert is different, but the vast majority of our concert programme are free admission for all. The concerts that we do charge for are those that are part of our International Concert Series. The concert listings on this blog will tell you whether you have to pay for each individual event.
How can I book tickets for the International Concert Series?
You need to fill out the booking form, which can be found here. Please note that we are only able to accept cheque or cash payments at present. You can send the payment with the booking form, or bring it along on the night.
For some concerts, you may be able to reserve tickets to collect on the night. These will be advertised in advance and reservations will be done by email (which will be specified on the advertisement).
Will there be a programme?
For our in-house concerts, we produce our own programmes as standard. The few exceptions tend to be from visiting artists who perform in the Johnson Hall, who occasionally want to produce their own programmes or prefer to announce their pieces during the concert. We are hoping to be able to give the Millfield Music community a sneak preview of concert programmes in the future – so watch this space!
Is the Johnson Hall suitable for audience members who use wheelchairs?
Yes – the hall entrance is located on the ground floor, as are toilet facilities. If you let us know in advance, we can reserve front row seats or organise a special place for wheelchair users to park during the concert.
Do you serve refreshments?
We serve drinks at every concert in the Johnson Hall or Foyer, which are always free. Food is only provided at special events, such as mince pies for the Music at Millfield concert in December. All refreshments provided are free.