For a classy and entertaining afternoon whilst staying in holiday cottages in Sussex, there is nothing better than seeing a world class orchestra ply their trade, and visitors in Eastbourne this October will certainly be able to find that.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra is coming to the Congress Theatre for 28th October, and the harmonious music they make is sure to set imaginations racing and musical ears yearning for more. Conductor Michael Seal will be leading the orchestra through some magnificent pieces: Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings, Dvorák’s Symphony No.8 and Camille Saint-Saëns Cello Concerto No.2.
The talented Jamie Walton will be taking the lead on the cello, and the whole ensemble will be lending their considerable talents into making the Congress Theatre in Eastbourne the place to be this October.
Tickets are £12, £19, £22 or £24 depending on seating and are available through the Congress Theatre box office. Book tickets now and make sure to be free from 3pm onwards on 28th October for an afternoon of inspiring melodies.