About Stonor Park Proms 2022
Set in the magnificent gardens of Stonor Park, ‘Stonor Park Proms’ is a spectacular classical concert that will be a night to remember for the whole family. Guest soloists will be joined on stage by the London Gala Orchestra conducted by Stephen Bell.
Celebrating the return of the Stonor Park Proms, the programme will include popular classics, songs from musicals and all your flag-waving favourites from the Proms, including Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Pomp & Circumstance No.1.
With stunning lasers and a spectacular firework finale, this will be a magical evening of musical entertainment. Get together your friends and family and enjoy an evening like no other at the Stonor Park Proms.
Set in the magnificent gardens of Stonor Park, the spectacular classical concert will be a night to remember for the whole family. Guest soloists Wynne Evans and Marisha Wallace will be joined on stage by the London Gala Orchestra conducted by Stephen Bell.
Add a VIP upgrade to your General Admission ticket and get access to the exclusive marquee called ‘The Park Lounge’ with prime viewing position, seating and fast track entry to the park.
Once you have collected your Souvenir VIP lanyard, you can experience the concert from the comfort of the VIP viewing marquee and garden, complete with luxury toilet facilities. Enjoy a glass of chilled Prosecco on arrival, a delicious summer BBQ and complimentary house beer, wine and soft drinks all night.
This is a family event, and music lovers of all ages are welcomed.
- Children aged under five can attend for free and do not need a ticket
- Children aged five to 16 can enter with a child ticket
If you require a carer or companion, please purchase an ‘Accessible’ ticket, which will entitle you to bring one carer or companion to assist you. To receive your carer or companion ticket, you’ll need to send a copy of one of the documents (listed below), along with proof of purchase of your ticket to email@example.com.
Accepted forms of documentation to request a carer or companion ticket are:
- DLA (Care and / or mobility)
- PIP (Personal Independence Payment)
- D/deaf or blind registration
- The Nimbus Access Card
Good to know
This is a picnic-style concert, and you’re allowed to bring your own food and drink, including alcohol. You are also welcome to bring rugs and/or chairs to sit on and tables for your picnics. Free parking is available.
About Stonor Park
Home to the Stonor family for over 850 years, Stonor Park is one of the oldest family homes still lived in today – but it’s no museum. As the oldest member of the Stonor family, the house has a thousand stories to tell.
As well as being architecturally fascinating, each room contains a lifetime of experience and anecdote. Discover art and treasures collected from across the globe and view historic maps and documents that reveal generations of service to the country.
A stroll through this house is a vivid walk through history.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Stonor is located between the M4 (J8/9) and the M40 (J6) on the B480 Henley-on-Thames – Watlington Road and is a 10-minute drive north from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading.
If you are approaching Stonor on the M40 motorway from the east, please only exit at Junction 6. If you are using a SatNav, please ignore any instructions to exit the motorway on either Junctions 4 or 5 as this will add up to an hour to your journey.
The nearest railway station is Henley-on-Thames and taxis are available from the station.
Absolutely. This is a picnic style concert meaning you are allowed to bring your own food and drink, including alcohol, into the concert.
The concert takes place on the grass, so you are welcome to bring rugs and/or chairs to sit on and tables for your picnics. Private marquees and gazebos are not permitted.