Concerts and Events

St Bartholomew's
is a leading concert venue 
in Sussex.
With its magnificent acoustic, it is ideal for orchestral and choral concerts
and for smaller groups.

For the benefit of concert organisers,
details of how the church can be hired for your concert, and the cost,
can be obtained from 
Delia Spink
St Bartholomew's Concerts Secretary,
telephone number 01273 843481

click here to email

 

 

 Diary of forthcoming concerts and events

Enquiries about concerts can be made to our
Concerts Secretary as above.
Tickets for many concerts can be obtained from the
Dome Box Office, telephone 01273 709709.
It is usually possible to buy tickets at the door.
Ticket prices are given where known.
Information correct as far as supplied to us.
It can be subject to alteration.

These details are based on information supplied to us.
St Bartholomew's cannot be responsible for any
errors or omissions in the information.

Go to Find Us for information about car parking. 

 

 


Tickets for concerts

St Bartholomew's Church does not actually
sell tickets for concerts. This is the responsibility of
individual concert-givers to whom requests should
be made as indicated in the publicity details below.

Website links

Links to third party websites

are made at your own risk.

St Bartholomew's Church

cannot be liable for any damage or loss

sustained by visiting such sites.


  



Saturday 28 October at 7.30pm

PLAINSONG TO POLYPHONY

BREMF Consort of Voices
Director: Deborah Roberts

Lacock Scholars
Director: Greg Skidmore

Music from 12th to 16th centuries culminating in
Tallis's 40-part motet Spem in alium

Tickets: £18 (£16 conc)
Prom ticket/SP £5 (on door only)


visit www.bremf.org.uk




Sunday 5 November at 7.30pm

CALCUTTA

Ensemble Tempus Fugit
Katie De La Matter harpsichord, creative direction
James Hall countertenor
Debipriya Sircar Indian classical vocalist
Jamie Akers lutes
Emily Baines early winds
Lucia Capellaro cello
George Clifford violin
Sanjay Guha  sitar
Francesca Bridge-Cicic stage direction

1780 Calcutta - transformed by the East India Company into a small English city. Musicians travelled from London to India bringing the music of Dowland and Purcell with them.

Blending early music by Playford, Purcell and Locke and Indian song with dance and drama, this highly imaginative production tells the story of a traveller making his way via the streets, the markets and soirées to the musical heart of the City of Palaces.

Tickets: £18 (£16 conc)
Prom ticket/SP £5 (on door only)


visit www.bremf.org.uk