Roderick Williams

Immersive Fauré Requiem

The Epiphoni Consort


Time: 6pm


Standard: £25*

Group Discount Offer: Book 10 or more tickets to get £20 tickets (offer applies automatically at checkout)

*all orders will be subject to a transaction fee of £2.

Running Time: TBC

This event takes place in person in the Grand Hall

The Epiphoni Consort celebrates its 10th anniversary with an immersive, memorised performance of Gabriel Fauré’s ever-popular Requiem, with star soloists Roderick Williams and Hilary Cronin.

The programme will feature favourites from over the last 10 years of singing together, all in a relaxed, interactive concert setting.



This event takes place in person in our Grand Hall. This space is on the ground floor, with step-free access via a lift.

If you have booked a ticket you will receive an email from us before your performance detailing important information about your visit.


If you require the assistance of a friend or helper to attend, we can make a free ticket available for your companion. You can book access companion tickets online or contact the Box Office to book by 

To book a free access companion online:

  • log in to your account here
  • go to ‘Other preferences’ and tick ‘I require a personal assistant/companion’.
  • Choose the performance, date and seats you would like and if you add at least 2 tickets to your basket, then one of these will automatically become free.


This performance will be Relaxed. We invite you to make yourself comfortable and move around if you need to and if you need to leave the performance at any point you will be allowed to return to the space when you feel ready.


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