The Battle Proms are exciting yet informal open air picnic concerts. You are welcome to bring your own food and picnic equipment and create your own space in the auditorium. You unpack the hampers and champers and we provide an evening of exceptional entertainment!
The Battle Proms team is proud to have been staging these unique picnic concerts since 1997, bringing together sublime music with stunningly choreographed aerial displays, thunderous cannon fire, dramatic cavalry displays and fantastic fireworks. Join us in 2015 for an unforgettable, glorious evening of entertainment in the grounds of some of the UK’s most celebrated stately homes, when we will be marking 200 years since the Battle of Waterloo.
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Click here for more information about the history of the Battle Proms
The Battle Proms is proud to support Combat Stress and over recent years our audience has been overwhelmingly generous.
Through your kind donations and our own contribution from concert profits, we raised over £28,622.33 for Combat Stress in 2014, taking the total raised since our partnership began to £194,872!
A very big Thank You to everyone who donated on the night, and to find out more about the vital work that you have supported please visit www.combatstress.org.uk
Battle Proms Concerts are also proud to offer a £2 discount per ticket to serving and retired military personnel.
The Battle Proms Concert series will celebrate a number of important anniversaries in 2015.
The Battle Proms takes much of its historical inspiration from the Napoleonic wars, which came to a conclusion 200 years ago at the Battle of Waterloo when Napoleon’s rule as Emperor of the French was ended. The Battle Proms team are also planning to celebrate 75 years since the Battle of Britain and 70 years since the end of the Second World War with a number of additions to the programme. The final concert, at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire on Saturday 15 August, even takes place on the 70th anniversary of V-J Day!
Please click here for more detailed information on programme additions for 2015.