Following successful Festivals featuring Romance with Russia and Genius of Hungary, the third Ealing Autumn Festival (12th – 27th October) this year celebrates the 150th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Delius and the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens.

The main concentration of Delius events will take place over the opening weekend (Friday 12th – Sunday 14th October) and include a recital by Julian Lloyd Webber; concerts by The West London Sinfonia and The Bridge Quartet; a song recital by Anando Mukerjee and a piano recital by Gillian Spragg as well as films, talks, an exhibition and much more. It is hoped to include a Delius Society Members gathering, probably on the Sunday, with an opportunity to meet the artists. There will also be a guided Morning Walk to view the house in Hanwell where Delius stayed in 1892!

Details of all concerts are provided on our Forthcoming Concerts page:


Friends of the Festival: special Delius Society members offer!

All events will of course be open to the general public and there are some special concessions for those wishing to become Friends, who will enjoy advance booking and special ticket prices. The normal closing date of 1st July has been extended until 18th August for Delius Society Members only.

Options are –

Freedom of the Festival pass£100 for one
£150 for two ordered together

This allows entry to ALL events during the two weeks of the Festival

Freedom for Delius pass£60 for one
£90 for two ordered together

This allows entry to Festival events 12th – 14th October

Please note – only a limited number of passes are available.


This offer is open to everyone. Any donation received before 18th August will be put towards the cost of tickets and 20% will be added to the donation and entitle the donor to free membership. Therefore a £50 donation will enable you to spend £60 on tickets!

Please contact: info@ealingautumnfestival.co.uk (Tel: 020 8567 7623) for a booking form. Further information is available on the Festival website: www.ealingautumnfestival.co.uk