This page is for parents/guardians of pupils in Merton schools that are participating in MMF’s Royal Albert Hall concert on Monday 11 March 2024.
Tickets go on sale from 10am on Monday 15 January and can be purchased from the Royal Albert Hall’s website, starting from just £8 each.
It is recommendedthat parents/guardians refer to the school stage seating plan (see below) before buying tickets to identify where your child will be sat during the performance so you can ensure good line of sight.
Returned Tickets – Privately Owned Seats
Some seats at the Royal Albert Hall are privately owned by individuals, these are called Members’ Seats.
Members can choose to return their tickets back to the RAH box office or they can donate them to MMF to sell, so many of these seats won’t initially be available via the RAH website but may become available later – either on the RAH site or directly from the MMF office (please check both).
Buying Tickets from MMF
If you can’t find the seats that you wanted for the concert on the RAH site, particularly the boxes or stalls, please use the link below to check current availability and contact us to purchase: 020 8640 5446.
Expand the drop down below for more information about the financial assistance MMF is offering to enable every child to have someone supporting them in the audience.
Ticket Bursary Scheme
Every child deserves to perform in the spotlight and have a loved one there to support them.
Following a successful Crowdfunder, we have been able to reduce the cost of the cheapest tickets to just £8 (before booking fees), to support as many families as possible to attend.
For families in financial hardship, MMF is providing 200 free tickets to schools to enable family members of performers from low-income backgrounds to attend the performance. Bursary tickets have been allocated to schools based on the number of pupils attending and weighted according to each school’s percentage of pupils in receipt of Free School Meals.
If you have received a letter from your school inviting you to apply for a free ticket, details will be included in the letter how to register. If you have lost your letter, please speak to your child’s class teacher.
School Colour Zones
Each school is assigned a colour zone. The zones relate to where pupils will be seated for their performance and also where you will need to collect them at the end of the day.
Click Here to See Your School’s Colour Zone
Bishop Gilpin Primary
Holy Trinity Primary
Merton Young Voices Choir
St John Fisher Primary
SS Peter & Paul’s Primary
Merton Abbey Primary
Merton Park Primary
|Cricket Green School
St Mary’s Primary
Wimbledon Chase Primary
The Sherwood School
Links Primary School
West Wimbledon Primary
Schools Stage Position Map
School participants will be positioned according to their school’s colour zone as shown in the map below.
Pupil Collection Map
At the end of the concert, you will be asked to collect your child from their school’s colour coded collection zone. Please note the door number for your child’s zone.
What to Expect – Virtual Tour
Visit the main hall virtually, using RAH’s Google Maps style Virtual Tour.
Song Packs and Resources for Schools
Access the lyric sheets, backing tracks and other resources for the massed schools’ choir pieces and help your little one to practise at home ahead of the big event!