A concert featuring performances from a classic orchestra is set to return to Hornchurch this June.

Tickets for the Langtons Summer Concert, on Sunday, June 9, are already on sale.

The popular event, set in the scenic Langtons Gardens, invites attendees to bring their picnics and enjoy an afternoon of classical and popular music.

The music will be performed by the Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Jonathan Butcher.

Proceeds from the concert, supported by Friends of Langtons Estate, will be reinvested in the gardens.

Councillor Gillian Ford, deputy leader of Havering Council, said: "We're really excited that Langtons Summer Concert will be returning on Sunday 9 June.

"The summer concert is a local favourite as it provides a great community atmosphere, while welcoming guests from our neighbouring boroughs in Essex and London.

"We are grateful to our sponsors, without which we would be unable to provide this thoroughly enjoyable event."

Tickets are available on the Queens Theatre’s website, with free admission for under 10s.

Doors will open at 1.30pm, and any leftover tickers will be available to purchase on the day.