Elton John By Candlelight At Reading Minster – Reading Minster

Thu 27 Jun 2024 7:30 PM BST
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Elton John By Candlelight comes to Reading Minster!

Thursday 27th June 2024 at 7.30pm

Featuring a cast of West End singers and epic live band, experience the hits of Rock Legend Elton John as you have never heard them before!

This incredible show features some of the most iconic songs of all time including ‘I’m Still Standing’, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’, Candle in the Wind’, ‘Bennie and the Jets’ and many more, performed at Reading Minster, by candlelight.

So, grab your ‘Rocket Man’ and book now to hear ‘Your Song’, because ‘The Bitch is Back’ and missing this show is a ‘Sacrifice’ that you won’t
want to make!

Premium Front Nave Tickets- £45.00* these are in the front section of seating directly in front of the stage.

Premium Gallery Tickets- £45.00* these are in the gallery with a central view of the stage.

Band A Tickets (Rear Nave)- £40.00* are in the rear nave of the Cathedral .

Band A Tickets (North & South Sides)- £40.00* are in the North and South sides of the stage.

Restricted View Tickets- £20.00* are restricted view seats in the North & South Aisles.

No View Tickets- £10.00* are seats with no view.

Access ticket- £35.00 (Includes free companion ticket)**

*subject to booking fee

All seating is general admission and seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis on the evening, within the block that you have purchased tickets for.

A fully licensed bar will be open on arrival until the end of the interval.

Doors open at 6.45pm

TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-EXCHANGEABLE

**Access Ticket + Essential Companion - Anyone who needs support because of a disability or health condition can purchase an access ticket. This allows a complimentary ticket for an accompanying registered carer. See below for eligibility criteria.*

*Access Ticket Eligibility Criteria

Proof of eligibility documents we can accept (upon entry) include:

  • The Access Card from Nimbus Disability   
  • Hynt Card   
  • CEA Card  
  • UK Disabled ID Card / DID Card
  • National Rail Disabled Persons Railcard  
  • Disabled Person’s Freedom Pass  
  • Local travel pass for disabled customers  
  • Blue Badge (both sides)
  • Certificate of Visual Impairment or Dual Sensory Impairment  
  • Official confirmation in writing that you are Deaf or use a hearing aid, such as a battery prescription
  • Assistance Dog ID Book
  • Evidence of receipt of government benefits for reasons of disability, which could include:
  • Front page of Disability Living Allowance at any rate  
  • Front page of Personal Independence Payments (PIP) at any rate 
  • War Disablement Pension or War Pensioner’s Mobility Allowance  
  • AFIP (Armed Forces Independence Payment)  
  • Continuing Healthcare Package letter
  • Employment and Support Allowance or Severe Disablement Allowance letter
  • Attendance Allowance letter  
  • Direct Payments award for reasons of disability  
  • Social Care Package award for reasons of disability  
  • An official, signed document or letter from a GP, social worker, nurse or other medical professional confirming a disability as defined by the Equality Act (2010)
  • An equivalent international document or ID card.

Essential Companion Criteria

Please note this is not a buy one get one free scheme but a reasonable adjustment to enable you to attend events you would otherwise not be able to.

The support needed must be due to disability-related needs, significant and in excess of what could be reasonably expected of family or friends already accompanying you.

To book Essential Companion tickets you must provide (upon entry):

  • Nimbus Disability / CredAbility Access Card with the +1 symbol

Wheelchairs can be accommodated in access seating. Chairs can be provided for those who are ambulant or who are able to transfer.