We’re happy to announce that we’ve now expanded our Cafe OTO Venue Memberships so that members now receive a discount when buying tickets on the door and purchasing items in our Cafe shop. As a member you will get:
Cheaper tickets for most concerts
Early-bird booking for special events and likely-to-sell-out shows
Discounts on records, books and more from our online store and in the Cafe
At least one event exclusively free to members each month
Weekly members newsletter with new events announced before anywhere else
Previews of new events as soon as they go up on our website – only visible to members.
Venue Membership costs just £10 per month and can be paid for monthly or at a reduced annual rate of £100.
Becoming a venue member is a great way to support what we do presenting amazing one off shows, residencies and new commissions from musicians across the UK and overseas ensuring we have the most ambitious programme possible.
We have a whole host of exciting shows in our programme for spring and summer, with just a few of the highlights below – including a big membership discount on tickets for the welcome return of the Sun Ra Arkestra.
For more information on our Venue Memberships and to sign up, please visit our website.
Mats Lindström presents a very special live multi-channel diffusion of Hungarian composer Ákos Rózmann’s monumental long-form work. Epic in scale, timbre, technique, mood and movement, Twelve Stations is a unique masterpiece of 20th Century musique concrète and presents itself as an intensely personal and bold realm of sound, an offering as such, a radical mass open to all.
One of the most inventive and eclectic figures in contemporary music, guitarist and composer Fred Frith makes a welcome return to OTO for three days alongside a compelling line-up of musical improvisers, with many of whom he provided some incredible moments during his last residency here almost three years ago.
With Evan Parker, Lotte Anker, John Butcher and more.
Two-day residency from the legendary electronic music pioneer, Morton Subotnik.
An innovative presence in the fields of computer-based music, Subotnick has been at the forefront of electronic music since the release of his groundbreaking album, Silver Apples of the Moon, in 1967. This rare two-day residency will be Subotnick’s first London appearance for a number of years.
The summer starts here as we welcome back one of the greatest big bands of all time – The Sun Ra Arkestra. With such a massive, joyous songbook and the kind of well organised chaos that sees their legendary 3 hour sets move deftly between rolling grooves, sing-along chants and atonal blasts of mischievous brass, the Arkestra remain one of the most unmissable live acts today.