Audley End House concerts return next summer

PUBLISHED: 12:00 09 December 2017

2CELLOS are playing at Audley End House

2CELLOS are playing at Audley End House


After a break of four years, live music concerts are returning to Audley End House and tickets for the first in the series are on sale now.

The duo, 2CELLOS will play on Sunday, July 15 with special guest, Tokio Myers, winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2017.

The duo are Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser. They played at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations in 2012, and their 2017 world tour ended with a sold out performance at the Royal Albert Hall.

They will play pieces from their album, Score, accompanied by an orchestra and with a fireworks finale. Tokio Myers, who appeared at this year’s, annual Royal Variety Performance, fuses classical piano with cinematic, electronic sounds and beats.

Make up a party and take a picnic.

Tickets are £42.90 adult, £17.50 children or £121 family, plus £6 parking, from:


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