San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Over 200 singers are on a mission... to entertain you!
Featuring songs from the festive to the funky, from Disney to R&B.
BeVox returns to The Octagon with another sound-and-light spectacular! Featuring well over two hundred singers, soloists from within the choir, and our special guest artists, Sheffield's own John Reilly (voice of Boy On A Dolphin and the Acoustic Angels), and Canadian composer/pianist Lewis Nitikman.
The programme is as wide-ranging as ever, taking in songs by artists as diverse as Seal, Shakin' Stevens, and Jessie J. Traditional favourites include classic Disney themes, spirituals, and even a hymn, whilst we also visit Broadway and the contemporary a capella scene.
The last time the choir sang at The Octagon, tickets sold out well in advance, so we recommend getting yours early to avoid disappointment!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The nearest car park is the Q-Park on Durham Road, which is directly opposite the venue. Public transport options are good too, as the venue is in the city centre.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You will need to either print your ticket at home and bring this printout with you, or use the Eventbrite app to bring your digital ticket with you. If printing your ticket, please print it in plenty of time, in case you have problems with your printer! If you are buying more than one ticket, please ensure you have printed each individual ticket - every page must be printed.
Unfortunately, we cannot permit anyone to enter the event if they do not have a valid ticket.
What is the refund policy?
We do not offer refunds for tickets once they have been purchased. If you find yourself with a ticket that won't be used, you are permitted to resell it - but this MUST NOT be for any more than the face value of the ticket.
Why are there no concession prices?
We've thought long and hard about our policy on concessionary prices for tickets to our events. For our big concert, we have to balance a sizeable budget, and if we offered concessionary tickets, the price of the standard ticket would have to increase to cover the shortfall. It wouldn't make the overall price any cheaper for a family if we had cheaper tickets for children, as the tickets for the adults would have to go up by a similar amount. We're sorry if this causes any disappointment in our regular audience members, but we hope you'll understand that these concerts cost a lot of money to produce, and we have to cover the costs of them with the income from ticket sales.
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