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The central Nave tickets in the cathedral are reserved and unreserved tickets will also be available in the side aisles. Specially reserved spaces for wheelchair users are at the front of the side aisle blocks.


Please note, there will be NO booking fee for using the online service. The cost of this will be absorbed by the Isca Ensemble.


Members of the public can also contact the Exeter Tourist Information Office on 01392 665885,

or by visiting them in person, they will be able to deal with online ticket transactions on your behalf.

Tickets can also be posted through an EVIT booking for an extra £1. Contact  


Tickets will be available on the door but you are strongly encouraged to purchase seats in advance.


Brahms might well have called his composition “A Human Requiem,” for it deals with human concerns and emotions: sorrow, trouble, anxiety, the meaning of life and death, and the hope and promise of a better life to come. Yet, in spite of its transcendent universality, it remains the personal expression of a complex and powerfully creative spirit. The mighty forces of the Requiem speak to all humanity with a single voice that of Brahms himself and therein lies its power to touch us so deeply.