How can I buy tickets to an event?
Usually tickets are available from the Barbican Box Office on 020 7638 8891, online on this website, or for educational and free events via LSO Discovery on 020 7588 1116.
Is there a booking fee?
Yes. Booking fees are per transaction and not per ticket:
- £0.60 online booking
- £0.70 telephone booking
How can I get tickets to a sold out concert?
You should check the website for returns – anything returned in advance will be put back on sale. If you would like to chance it you can come to the ticket desk in the entrance on the night as people may return spare tickets on the day. We do not guarantee there will be any returns!
My concert tickets have not yet arrived
They may have been delayed in the post. If they do not arrive before you leave home, please see the Box Office staff and they will give you a duplicate ticket. Please bring your Booking Reference number with you.
How can I find out about BBC Sessions or Friday Night is Music Night?
Theses are events managed by the BBC and are not available for booking on our website. BBC Sessions are private events and not open to the public at present. Tickets for Friday Night is Music Night are allocated by ballot, for which you can apply by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/tickets or calling BBC Audience Services on 0870 901 1227.
Which events are suitable for my children?
We try to indicate on the event listings if there are age groups at which the events are aimed. In general we are happy to allow children to attend any event at LSO St Luke's, as long as they do not disturb other audience members. Our LSO Discovery family events are particularly suitable for age 12 and under. Please see the Families and Children section under LSO Discovery.
Where can I find information on weddings and burials at St Luke's Church from the parish records?
London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London EC1R 0HB (020 7332 3820)
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, London EC1R 1UW (020 8392 5300)
Is LSO St Luke’s open to the public? I would like to look inside the building
LSO St Luke’s is a working building, only open to the public when we have a public event happening. Some events are free to attend, for example Friday Lunchtime Concerts, and would be a good opportunity to attend. General interest tours of the building can be booked in advance by calling 020 7490 3939.
When is the Café open?
Our Café is not generally open to the public. For public events, the Café usually opens one hour before the publicised start time. For BBC Radio 3 lunchtime concerts it is also open for an hour afterwards.
Do you have lost property?
If you think you lost an item at LSO St Luke's please call us on 020 7490 3939 and we will check any items handed in and let you know if we have it.