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From the M25 via the A2 or M11/A12 Blackwall Tunnel.
Car parking on Park Row and Cutty Sark Gardens.
Nearest tube/metro station: DLR: Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich Nearest rail station: Greenwich Bus routes: 180, 188, 177, 286, 199
Box Office Hours
On Site Box Office will be open on show dates from 2pm-9pm
Box Office Collection Accepted
ID required for collection LOAs accepted
Box Office Payment
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• Rows with a double letter e.g. AA-BB are not situated towards to the front of the block (the front row of each block is labelled row A) and instead begin after rows A-Z • Blocks A1 + A3 are on an angle facing towards the stage • Please be advised that people around you may stand during the performance • Wheelchair users to use designated platform only • Please note this is an uncovered, non-tiered seated outdoor event (where applicable) • No umbrellas allowed • An assortment of Food and Drink concessions are available inside the concert area • There is not an ATM on site however credit cards can be used to make a purchase • For any further information please check http://www.greenwichmusictime.co.uk/about-us/ticket-faqs/
U16S WITH AN ADULT 18+
Hosted in a purpose build outdoor arena, in the grounds of the magnificent Old Royal Naval College, overlooking the River Thames. The centrepiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, the classical buildings of the Old Royal Naval College were designed by England’s greatest architects and are considered amongst the finest in Europe. Featuring the sumptuous Painted Hall and the neo-classical Chapel, the site has seen a variety of uses, as Greenwich Palace, the Royal Naval Hospital of Seamen and then the Royal Naval College. The classical buildings that make up the Old Royal Naval College today - including the iconic twin domes - were built for purpose as the Royal Hospital for Seamen, and date back to the 17th century. Designed by England's most famous architect, Sir Christopher Wren, the buildings were built to house naval pensioners, retired veterans of Britain's navy. The grand Painted Hall was created for them to dine in, and painted by Sir James Thornhill. A perfect, iconic setting to Summer Nights of Live Music, steeped in History and Culture! Grab a little taste of it all for yourself with the Full Line-Up announcement on the way!