Our Programme


The 2017 Ealing Music and Film Festival delivers yet another splendid programme of events. We are continuing with our focus on Ealing's Cultural Heart. We are recognising the legacy that Ealing has developed by coming full circle from the past to the present. We have compositions and films both old and contemporary, doing what the Festival "says on the can" - focusing on our Films and Music during the run up to Valentine's weekend. Please click on the image to the right to download a PDF of the festival programme "at a glance".

There are three big orchestral concerts, but you might prefer an intimate chamber concert or recital; we have them all. We also have choral music, classical and contemporary, interspersed with music and films for all tastes. As in previous years you can also join the Ealing Club at the Red Room for a special evening with Paul Jones and Dave Kelly that they are staging reflecting our rock and blues heritage.

The festival proudly continues its close association with the University of West London where we are staging two concerts and a film evening. Other major venues will again include the Church of St Barnabas east of the centre of Ealing and St Mary's Ealing, just to the south. We also have films at Ealing Town Hall and North Ealing/Acton - a new venue this year.

Education is central to our Festival programmes. The English Chamber Orchestra is again, at our request and as part of our outreach, inviting local players from Ealing Youth Orchestra to join them in rehearsal and performance.

Copies of the Festival Souvenir Programme will be available for purchase during the festival - please buy one and find out more about what is on and where.  Many local businesses have contributed to the programme - and this will be a chance to find out about many hidden aspects of our Borough. Remember that, as a Charitable Trust, all our surplus income gets reinvested in the young people of Ealing. Thank you.