The 123rd season of the BBC Proms features more than 90 concerts over eight weeks, including four Last Night celebrations around the UK. Here is some useful advice for getting tickets during the Proms. Otherwise experience Proms Extra - the events that happen around the main Proms concerts including free workshops, talks and special events at Imperial College Union. Or take a tour of the Royal Albert Hall and hear the history of the Proms.
Whether you are coming to the Proms or not this year, why not take a peak at the history of the first ever Proms - click here.
The BBC Proms returns to the Royal Albert Hall for its 123rd season. From Stravinsky to Sibelius, and from Bach to Brahms, the Proms is a celebration of classical music from around the globe.
Get a unique insight into the history of the BBC Proms and classical music at the Royal Albert Hall on an insightful tour led by a friendly and knowledgeable guide.
The practice of ‘Promming’ is an essential part of the Proms, and a unique tradition as old as the concerts themselves. Embrace the experience of queuing for £6 tickets for the evening’s concert and here's a handy guide to Promming and Prom-tiquette!
The Late Night Proms are a highlight of the Proms season, showcasing an eclectic array of music that goes beyond classical and blurs the line between different genres. This year, sample one of these 5 alternative music concerts.
With over 90 concerts taking place during the summer holidays the BBC Proms are the perfect place to introduce your family to the wonderful world of classical music. Take your pick from this selection of Proms guaranteed to appeal to the whole family.
Proms Extra are fun participatory events, for all ages and musical ability, that happen around the Proms concerts, including free workshops, talks and special events at the Imperial College Union.
Pop Legends Steps, Texas, Sir Ray Davies and Gilbert O’Sullivan celebrate the Last Night of the Proms in Hyde Park. Hosted by Michael Ball, and featuring Sir Bryn Terfel, Elaine Paige and the BBC Concert Orchestra, this is a night you just can’t miss!