Englefield House and grounds will provide a spectacular backdrop to a an outdoor concert with one of Britain's most loved singers, Russell Watson, on Sunday 25th July 2021.
The Last Night of the Heritage Proms with Russell Watson shows will feature the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by David Arnold, as well as featuring composer arranger and producer Mike Moran, coloratura soprano Christina Johnston, and very special guests The NHS Choir.
Watson will perform songs from across his 25 year career, from much loved standards such as Jerusalem, Land of Hope and Glory and Swing Low, through to affirming and uplifting showstoppers including You Raise Me Up and Bring Him Home, alongside a very special Phantom Of The Opera medley.
£1 from every ticket sold for the event will be donated towards the NHS Charities Together, the collective representing, supporting and championing the work of the NHS’ official charities.
For general admission tickets, please contact one of the following respected ticket agents. The primary ticket vendor for this event is Ticketmaster. Other official agents: See Tickets, AXS Ticketing and Ticketline.
Englefield Estate accepts no responsibility for any issues with purchase of tickets, including but not limited to: additional fees charged by ticket vendors, the sale of fake or otherwise void tickets, or purchase of tickets that do not arrive. Please see FAQs below for further information on purchasing tickets and contact the ticket vendor should you have any issues with your purchase.
By car: Sat Nav co-ordinates: RG7 5EN
Exit Junction 12 of the M4, signed for Reading. Take the A4 in the Newbury direction, go straight across at the first roundabout and at the second roundabout turn right onto the A340, signed to Pangbourne. For concerts, the site is accessed via the ornamental gates about half a mile on the left hand side. Please follow signage to concert parking.
There is plenty of car parking space available at Englefield, (charged at £10 per car), and tickets can be purchased in advance (as an add-on when buying your concert ticket) for fast-track entry, or by cash/card on the night. Please note that the local road infrastructure is limited, so please allow plenty of time for your journey to and from the venue. Access to Englefield Village is not permitted.
By train: The nearest railway station is Theale, which is just 2 miles away and 5 minutes in a taxi. Reading station is a 20 minute rail journey from London Paddington and then just a 7 mile drive to Englefield, which takes 15 minutes in a taxi. View taxi telephone numbers here.
By bicycle: Please find Englefield on the National Cycle Network.
There is plenty of car parking available at Englefield, (charged at £10 per car), and tickets can be purchased in advance (as an add-on when buying your concert ticket) for fast-track entry, or by cash/card on the night. Please note that the local road infrastructure is limited, so please allow plenty of time for your journey to and from the venue. Access through Englefield Village is not permitted.
Please note that vehicles are not permitted to remain in the concert car park overnight.
For disabled tickets, please purchase your tickets via Ticketmaster online at www.ticketmaster.co.uk or over the phone on 0800 988 4440 (or 0044 161 637 2697 from overseas). Please note that if you also require a space on our Disabled Viewing Platform and/or a space in our disabled car park, you must book this in advance and in addition to buying your concert ticket, by contacting Ticketmaster separately on 0800 988 4440.
This is a picnic concert and you are welcome to bring a picnic in a small rucksack with a camping chair and blanket. Alcohol must be purchased on site.
If you wish to purchase a reserved seat directly in front of the stage, please opt for a Golden Circle reserved seat in Blocks A, B, C or D, which are reserved 'theatre style' seating in front of the stage, arranged in rows. Please note that if you purchase a seat in the more expensive Block A, it entitles you to 'hospitality' allowing admission to the VIP Guest Area, which includes VIP bar, VIP toilets and further relaxed unreserved seating.
If you wish to sit/ stand on grass and bring your own camping chair and/or blanket, then please purchase a 'general admission standing' ticket as no chairs are provided for this area, although deck chairs will be available to hire on the night.
If you wish to sit/ stand on grass and bring your own camping chair and/or blanket, then please purchase a 'general admission standing' ticket as no chairs are provided for this area. Alternatively, deck chairs will be available to hire for the evening at £7 each.
Yes - Children aged 14 and under may purchase a Child Ticket (proof may be required upon entry). All children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Under 5’s free (no ticket required).
There are no facilities for camping, caravans or campervans on the Englefield Estate. For more information on camping and caravan sites in Berkshire please visit the official tourist website for South East England: https://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/accommodation.
Russell Watson will finish approximately 10:30pm. Stage times will be published on Heritage Live’s website and social media channels approximately two weeks before the event.
In the event the concert is postponed, your ticket will apply for the new date. If you are unable to attend this date, you will be entitled to a refund.
In the event the concert is cancelled, you will be entitled to a refund. Please contact your ticket vendor for more details.
This is an outdoor concert, so please dress appropriately.
Englefield House is a private residence and is not open to the public. There will be no access to Englefield House or gardens during the concerts. If you wish to visit Englefield gardens, they are open every Monday. Click here for further details.