Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London, SE1 9DA

Music for woodwind and brass by Richard Strauss and Mozart feature in our Restore and Revive finale at Southwark Cathedral.

In our series finale, you can look forward to music that has been "handpicked" by our wind principals, including Richard Strauss' Suite for Winds and Mozart's Sonata in F. You’ll also be able to follow the music round the Cathedral as pieces are performed in different positions.

MOZART arr. Poole Sonata in F
A. BEACH Pastorale for Wind Quintet, Op.151
CECILIA MCDOWALL Subject to the Weather
R. STRAUSS Suite for Winds in B-flat, Op.4

City of London Sinfonia winds

The performances (2pm and 7pm) will be presented in our usual seriously informal style. Audience members will be able to roam around the Cathedral and experience the music in varying acoustics around the Gothic and Romanesque building, and pre-booked bubbles of chairs are also available in the Nave.

Safety measures, such as social distancing and wearing masks, are being put into place for everyone's safety. Tickets must be booked in advance.

Booking information

Nave seating: £15; £1 U16s
Roaming: £10; £5 *CLS 5IVER (16-25s/students); £5 *Concessions; £1 U16s 

Customers can book up to six tickets. All bookings are subject to availability.
*CLS 5IVER and Concessions should read our terms and conditions of sale to find out if they qualify for these ticket types and be prepared to provide proof at the concert.

Nave seating (seated): Seats will be set out in the Nave in the number that you have booked (e.g. if you have booked four tickets, we will lay out four seats together). If your group would prefer to be sat in a socially distanced grouping, please email boxoffice(at) with your request, order number and account name.

Roaming (unseated): Roamers can wander around the Cathedral (adhering to the one-way system and social distancing measures) and sit on their own cushions or the stone ledges in the aisles. Please note that we are unable to provide cushions.

Access: Wheelchair users can obtain a free companion ticket. If you or one of your party are a wheelchair user or have another access requirement, please let us know via email so we know how best to assist you – particularly if you will not require a seat in the Nave. Wheelchair users will have full access to the entire nave area of the venue.

We are unable to accept phone or post bookings at this time. If you require Box Office support, please visit this page for useful information.

Safety measures

City of London Sinfonia and Southwark Cathedral are committed to the continued wellbeing of their staff, musicians, stewards, and audience members during these concerts. You will notice various procedures and protocols being implemented to ensure your safety during your time with us.

Read safety measures and FAQs before booking >>

By booking tickets, you agree to adhere to our safety measures. If you have any questions that are not covered in our safety measures list or FAQs, please get in touch with our box office via email.