Half Six Fix: Beethoven 3


with François-Xavier Roth

Wed 10 Nov 2021 6.30pm - 7.40pm
Barbican Hall, London

Beethoven Symphony No 3, 'Eroica'

François-Xavier Roth conductor & presenter
Clare Duckworth presenter
London Symphony Orchestra

Tickets: £35 £24 £18

£3 online booking fee, £4 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees


£10/£15 Wildcard tickets
Check for Wildcards
Wildcard info and T&Cs

More info

Young people
£5 for under-18s
Young Barbican 14–25
More info

More info

Barbican Access members
More info



Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change.

A different way to experience the LSO, with introductions to the music from the conductor, a relaxed atmosphere, and digital programme notes.

'The London Symphony Orchestra’s regular Half Six Fix is a quick shot rather than the full classical cocktail: one hour; one symphony; no messing around.' (inews)

The two explosive chords that open Beethoven’s 'Eroica' Symphony shook classical music to its foundations – an era-defining masterpiece.

Your Visit

Following the relaxation of Government restrictions, from the start of the 2021/22 season seating will no longer be socially-distanced in the Barbican Hall. We encourage audience members to bring and wear a face covering, unless you are exempt. Click here for the latest infomation on the measures that are being taken for the safety and comfort of visitors to the Barbican Centre.

Distanced Seating

Audience members who would prefer to sit in a socially distanced environment can choose to book seats in the Balcony for this concert.

Available seats will be spaced 1 metre apart, and are indicated by an information flag when making your selection during the booking process. Those booking two or more adjacent seats are welcome to move together to sit as one group on the evening of the concert. All audience members are encouraged to wear a face covering unless exempt.

Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions.

Concert Programme

Find out more about the music and performers in the digital concert programme, which you can read on your phone during the concert. Free printed programmes will also be available before the concert.

You can also view a Visual Listening Guide, a map of the main sonic landmarks in the Symphony, designed to help structure your listening, whatever your musical background.

Digital concert programme


The Barbican Centre is fully accessible. Please visit this page for full details or contact us at [email protected] at any point ahead of your visit to let us know how we can support you.