Our ticket booking system is powered by Spektrix. In order to book online you will need to log in using your e-mail address and create your account with a password (as you would using Amazon, for example). If you haven’t booked online with us before we suggest double checking what email address we have listed for you before you set up your account.
The box office is open Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm, and 1.5 hours before all event start times including on Sundays (usually closing at the end of the interval). Those with special access needs should use the step-free access and lift (from Charlotte Street). Tickets can also be booked by phone during opening hours, or online 24-hours a day.
The hall has a capacity of 562, with seating split between stalls and side stalls downstairs and central and side galleries upstairs. Being a former church there are a number of seats with viewing restrictions; if you have any questions about this, do call the box office. Click here to view the seating plan.
Like many other music venues and independent charities St George’s now charges a booking fee on the sale of tickets. From 24 June 2019 a 5% booking fee applies to the sale of each ticket online and over the phone. For example, that’s £0.75 on a £15 ticket and £1 on a £20 ticket. This contributes to our investment in booking technology and customer services and helps us to bring memorable experiences to a wider range of people. In the event of a ticket refund being offered, the booking fee is non-refundable. A booking fee is not payable on tickets booked in person at St George’s Box Office.
Postage Fee £2
If you would like your tickets posted to you there is an additional £2 administration and postal charge per transaction no matter how many tickets you order. This is to cover postage and stationery. There is no charge for collecting tickets from Box Office in advance. Alternatively, select print-at-home tickets, also available to show on your smart phone.