Royal Liverpool Philharmonic


The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic venue has an illustrious tradition of bringing the top names from rock, jazz, classical and contemporary music to Liverpool

Love Actually in Concert

Love Actually will be screened live with a full orchestra performing its enchanting score - just in time for Christmas! Tickets from Ticketmaster from £43.45

The Hungar Games

The Hunger Games’ renowned and imposing soundtrack will be brought to life with a full symphony orchestra, The Novello Orchestra. Tickets from £39.50 Ticketmaster

Don Mclean

America’s legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean returns to the UK in support of his new album Botanical Gardens out in 2018. Tickets from £37.50

Jack Carty and Maz O'Connor

Jack Carty and Maz O’Connor are two of the most engaging songwriters on the UK acoustic scene, see them live at the Philharmonic, tickets £14

Katie Melua

See multi award-winning recording artist Katie Melua live at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, tickets from £21.45 from

Lisa Stansfield

Grammy-nominated and multi-Brit Award winner Lisa Stansfield, watch her live at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, tickets from £30.25

Bootleg Beatles

Tracing the Fab Four’s journey through the swinging 60s, every tiny detail is  covered from costumes to authentic period instruments to perfect vocals . Tickets from £28.50

Darkest Hour

Watch this true story in the beautiful Philharmonic. Film begins on the eve of World War II, within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill. From £8

60's Gold

Sixties Gold returns with an amazing line-up of artists, featuring The Searchers, The Merseybeats, The Fortunes, PJ Proby, Love Affair’s Steve Ellis, and Vanity Fare.  From £35


Celebrating the 35th anniversary of the multi-million selling album Friends, USA soul legends Shalamar are back to perform, form 8pm. Tickets form £26.50

Jaws in Concert

Watch the film along with John Williams’ iconic score for Steven Spielberg’s Jaws will be played live by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, from £27.50 /12A Cert.

Billy Ocean

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic are welcoming Billy Ocean to the stage. Known for songs like ‘Caribbean Queen’ (for which Billy won a Grammy) ‘Loverboy’ and ‘Suddenly’.

Fleetwood Mac Tribute

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic are hosting. The world’s finest tribute to Fleetwood Mac, brand new show celebrating 40 years of the iconic Rumours album.

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic  in Liverpool is a concert venue.  It is still the  UK's only orchestra that has its own dedicated concert hall. The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society is the second oldest of its type in the United Kingdom and its orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, is the country's longest-surviving professional orchestra.  The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society and its members have won a number of honours and awards and played an important role when Liverpool was the European Capital of Culture in 2008.


The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic is based in the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, an Art Deco concert hall built in the late 1930s.


The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic venue has an illustrious tradition of bringing the top names from rock, jazz, classical and contemporary music to Liverpool.


The present day art-deco Philharmonic Hall, designed by architect Herbert Rowse and built on the same site, was officially opened on Monday 19 June 1939. Today it presents on average 250 events each year, of which approximately 70 are concerts by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, and sells over 250,000 tickets annually. The Hall also hosts classic and blockbuster films and premieres, shown on the unique Walturdaw rising cinema screen with Merseyside's only resident theatre organist, Dave Nicholas. There is also a new space in the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic building, the delightfully intimate and informal Music Room, which has its own entrance on Sugnall Street, and houses jazz, roots, folk and unplugged gigs.


Liverpool Philharmonic has been working with schools and the community since the 1940s, and the Learning programme now offers a range of exciting and inspirational opportunities to get involved in live music-making of the highest quality for thousands of people every year in the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and throughout the region.