Cadogan Hall

Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ.
Tel: 020 7730 4500

Coming to a Prom at Cadogan Hall

Address: 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

  • Nearest Tube station: Sloane Square (Circle & District Lines)

Directions to Cadogan Hall on the venue's website

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Doors open at 11.00am (entrance to the auditorium from 12.30pm).

Latecomers will not be admitted unless or until there is a suitable break in the music.

Children under 5 are not admitted to Cadogan Hall out of consideration for both audience and artists. See this page on special events for families.

Bags and coats may be left in the cloakroom on the lower ground level. A charge of £1.00 per item applies.

Stalls: £16.00, Centre Gallery: £13.00, Day Seats: £6.00 (booking fees apply).

Cadogan Hall tickets can also be bought direct from Cadogan Hall (020 7730 4500) as well as from the Royal Albert Hall Box Office. All online and telephone bookings made through the Cadogan Hall Box Office are subject to a fee of £3.00 per transaction.

On the day of the concert, tickets can be bought at Cadogan Hall only – from 10.00am. At least 150 Day Seats (Side Gallery bench seats) are available from 10.00am on the day of the concert. They must be purchased in person, with cash only, and are limited to two tickets per transaction.

Save by buying a Proms at ... Cadogan Hall Pass.

Unwanted tickets for all Proms that have been purchased through the Royal Albert Hall Box Office may be exchanged for tickets to other Proms concerts (subject to availability). A fee of £1.00 per ticket will be charged for this service. Call the Royal Albert Hall Box Office (020 7070 4441*) for further details.

*Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles will apply. All calls may be recorded and monitored for training and quality-control purposes.

Hear all eight Monday-lunchtime Proms concerts at Cadogan Hall for just £40.00 (booking fees apply), with guaranteed entrance to the Side Gallery until 12.40pm (after which Proms at ... Cadogan Hall Pass-holders may be asked to join the Day Queue). Passes are available to purchase from 9.00am on Thursday 10 May, and can only be purchased from the Royal Albert Hall and are subject to availability. Two passport-sized photographs must be provided before passes can be issued.

Unwanted tickets for all Proms that have been purchased through the Royal Albert Hall Box Office may be exchanged for tickets to other Proms concerts (subject to availability). A fee of £1.00 per ticket will be charged for this service. Call the Royal Albert Hall Box Office (020 7070 4441*) for further details.

*Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles will apply. All calls may be recorded and monitored for training and quality-control purposes.

Mobile phones and other electronic devices are distracting to other audience members. Please ensure they are switched off.

The use of cameras, video cameras and recording equipment is strictly forbidden.

A selection of savouries, sandwiches and cakes is available from the Oakley Bar and Café. The café and bar will be open at 11.00am.

Cadogan Hall’s bars offer a large selection of champagne, wines, spirits, beer, soft drinks and tea and coffee.

Please check street signs for details. Discounted car parking for Cadogan Hall performers and customers is available at the NCP Car Park, Cadogan Place, just 10 minutes’ walk from Cadogan Hall. Parking vouchers are available on request from the Box Office.

Cadogan Hall has a range of services to assist disabled customers, including:

• Three wheelchair spaces in the Stalls available for advance booking and one space reserved for sale as a day ticket from 10.00am on the day of the concert. Please note: there is no lift access to the Gallery.

• Box Office counter fitted with a loop system.

• An infra-red amplification system in the auditorium. This is not the same as a loop system, so switching your hearing aid to ‘T’ is not sufficient. You will need to use an amplification aid.

Guide dogs are welcome to access the Hall and auditorium but please contact Cadogan Hall prior to arrival, so that any special arrangements can be made if necessary. For further information, call 020 7730 4500.

Come as you are: there is no dress code at the Proms.

First opened in 1907 as a New Christian Science Church, designed by Robert Fellowes Chisholm, the hall hosted congregations of 1,400 in its heyday. However, like most churches, there was a decline in attendance. In 1996 the congregation moved to a smaller venue and the property fell into disuse for several years.

Cadogan Estate purchased the Hall in 2000 and discovered that the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was looking for a permanent London base. Cadogan Hall was an excellent opportunity for the orchestra to benefit from bringing the former church back into life in a manner befitting its character and civic presence. The Hall reopened as a concert venue in June 2004.

Cadogan Hall has since become one of London's leading concert halls. With 950 seats, an excellent acoustic and luxurious surroundings, it is the chosen venue for a wide range of contemporary, jazz, folk and world music and literary and conference events.