Association Of British Choral Directors

ABCD Festival Concert I

Friday 23rd August 2019

Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, Birmingham B4 7XR

At 8pm

London Youth Choir

Conductor Rachel Staunton

Singing Community of Choirs

Senior Choir

Conductor Richard Jeffries

Ticket prices

£10 adults
£5 aged 18 and under
All tickets are unreserved

Click on the link below to book. Your tickets will be available to collect on the door.

If you have booked as a weekend delegate for our Festival, your ticket is already included in your booking, so there is no need to book a separate ticket.

Online booking instructions

After clicking on the link, please fill in your details (members logged in can click on the autofill button to do this) then click next. This will take you to a "services" window, where the ticket options will be displayed. Click on the option you require. If you wish to book more than one ticket, click on the 'add person' button and choose their ticket option before going to payment.

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