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August 14th 2022

Stonor Park Proms

Stonor Park Proms

Set in the magnificent gardens of Stonor Park, our spectacular classical concert the ‘Stonor Park Proms’ will be a night to remember for the whole family. Guest soloists Wynne Evans and Marisha Wallace will be joined on stage by the London Gala Orchestra conducted by Stephen Bell.

The evocative sound of a Spitfire MK XI will open Stonor Park’s Prom in patriotic style, adding further pageantry to the al fresco summer concert, as it takes to the skies in a dramatic flyover.

Celebrating the return of the Stonor Park Proms, the programme will include popular classics, songs from musicals and all your flag waving favourites from the Proms. This musical celebration will culminate with rousing favourites for flag-waving and singing along, including Rule Britannia and Land of Hope & Glory, as thousands of lasers and fireworks light up the sky.

Get together your friends, family and picnics to enjoy an evening like no other at the Stonor Park Proms.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

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I am having trouble downloading my ticket from the confirmation email. What should I do?

 

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If you continue to have problems, this support link should answer most questions: https://support.seetickets.com

 

How do I get to Stonor Park?

 

Stonor is located between the M4 (J8/9) and the M40 (J6) on the B480 Henley-on-Thames – Watlington Road and is a 10-minute drive north from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading.

 

If you are approaching Stonor on the M40 motorway from the east, please only exit at Junction 6. If you are using a SatNav, please ignore any instructions to exit the motorway on either Junctions 4 or 5 as this will add up to an hour to your journey.

 

The nearest railway station is Henley-on-Thames and taxis are available from the station.

 

Do you have child tickets available?

 

This is a family event and we welcome music lovers of all ages.

  • Children aged under five can attend for free and do not need a ticket
  • Children aged five to 16 can enter with a child ticket

 

Please note: All children must be accompanied by a full paying adult and are the responsibility of their parent or guardian attending with them. No more than four under 16s per adult.

 

 

Will tickets be available on the day?

 

Tickets are strictly subject to availability, so it is always best to purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. It will also save you money as ticket prices may also increase on the day.

 

Should tickets be available to purchase on the day of the concert, we will make an announcement about prices and availability closer to the event.

 

Where can I park?

 

Parking is available free of charge. There will be signs and stewards on the main approaches to Stonor Park to direct you.

 

Is there a pickup/drop off point or a taxi rank?

 

Yes, please follow directional signage as you get closer to the venue on the concert day.

 

Can I go back to my car and return once I’ve entered the concert?

 

If you need to return picnic tables and other items to your car during the interval you are welcome to do so. You will be given a pass when you leave the arena, please keep this pass safe as you will not be allowed back in without it.

 

Can I bring my own food and drink?

 

Absolutely. This is a picnic style concert meaning you are allowed to bring your own food and drink, including alcohol, into the concert.

 

Can I buy food and drink at the concert?

 

Yes. We will have a fully licensed bar and a number of food outlets for varied dietary requirements and tastes within the concert arena.

 

Please note: We operate a ‘Challenge 25’ policy at the bars. Proof of identification and age may be required in the form of a valid driving licence or passport. No alcohol will be served to any persons under the age of 18.

 

Can I apply to be a vendor at the events?

 

We are always looking for interesting vendors selling unique products and would love to hear from you. Simply email info@lphconcertsandevents.co.uk to tell us about your stall/product

 

Please note: You must be self-contained in terms of equipment and have current Public Liability Insurance in place.

 

Can I bring a chair and other furniture to the event?

 

The concert takes place on the grass, so you are welcome to bring rugs and/or chairs to sit on and tables for your picnics. Private marquees and gazebos are not permitted.

 

What other items should I bring?

 

This is a standing outdoor evening concert so please keep the British weather in mind. We recommend all concert goers should dress appropriately and be prepared if the ground is wet from rain in the days before the event.

 

Small personal umbrellas are allowed, however large parasols and golf sized umbrellas will not be permitted on site.

 

Is there an ATM / cash machine at the event?

 

Cash machines will not be available, but all bars take both cash and card payments. Please be aware that some of the independent food outlets in the arena may only take cash.

 

Can I take photographs?

 

While professional photography equipment is not permitted, you’re very welcome to capture the atmosphere and fun you and your friends and family are enjoying on a small camera or your phone. If you do take photos, please tag us in on Instagram (@LPHConcerts) we’d love to see them.

 

Access

 

There is a tarmac road which leads from the designated car park to the concert arena, which is on a well-kept grassed lawn. Wheelchair accessible toilets are available throughout the concert site.

 

Access and companion tickets

 

If you require a carer or companion, please purchase an ‘Accessible’ ticket, which will entitle you to bring one carer or companion to assist you.

 

Accepted forms of documentation to request a carer or companion ticket are:

 

–       DLA (Care and / or mobility)

–       PIP (Personal Independence Payment)

–       D/deaf or blind registration

–       The Nimbus Access Card

 

To receive your carer or companion ticket, please send a copy of one of the approved documents, along with proof of purchase of your ticket to access@lphconcertsandevents.co.uk.

To make concertgoers aware in advance, we will not be mandating concertgoers to wear face coverings when in busy areas – rather it is encouraged and recommended. Our close contact team, such as those in the bar areas will be lateral flow tested daily. Staff onsite will be given the option to wear face coverings.

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Detailed Instructions

Conveniently located between the M4 (J8/9) and M40 (J6) in south Oxfordshire, Drover’s Hill is a 10-minute drive from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading. The nearest station is Henley-on-Thames and there are taxis are available there.

You’ll find Drover’s Hill at Stonor on Coxlease Lane, between Fawley Bottom and Southend. Please use postcode RG9 6JL or mondays.wolves.noun on what3words, and remember that the hill can’t be accessed from the main entrance to Stonor Park.

If you’re approaching from the east on the M40 motorway, please ignore your sat nav if it tells you to exit at Junction 4 or 5 - this will add up to an hour to your journey. Please only exit at Junction 6