Concerts and Events


St Bartholomew's
is a wonderful place for concerts
offering superb acoustics and surroundings.

For concerts the charge is from £250 with staging being an added cost.
In addition, if copyright works are performed, we shall invoice for
reimbursement of any Royalty Charges that we may be required to pay to 
PPL PRS under our PRS premises licence.

The venue is also ideal for exhibitions, filming and other events.
The charge for these is from £50 an hour and would depend
on the time of day and how much
rearrangement of the church furniture would be required.

For more details and to arrange a meeting, please contact our Church Administrator
by clicking 
here or, if this does not work,
by completing the following enquiry form.

August 2018



 Diary of forthcoming concerts and events

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.


Brighton Early Music Festival

Sunday 28 October 2018 at 7.30pm


Resonet (Medieval ensemble from
Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
& BREMF Community Choir

Music from the 13th century Lewes Breviary, including a vivid dramatisation of St Thomas Becket, alongside rousing folk and
pilgrim songs from the time.

Further details to follow.


 Brighton Early Music Festival

Saturday 10 November 2018 at 7.30pm


Musicians, zealots and loyalists in Tudor England

BREMF Consort of Voices

Deborah Roberts Director

The music of three Tudor composers: John Taverner, Thomas Tallis
and William Byrd tells the story of divided England after
Henry V111's break with Rome.

Further details to follow.


 Saturday 17 November 2018 at 7.30pm


Sussex Symphony Orchestra

Sussex Chorus – Director, Alan Vincent
East Sussex Bach Choir – Director, John Hancorn

Soprano – Joanna Appleby
Mezzo Soprano – Yvonne Howard
Tenor – Andrew Rees
Bass – Trevor Bowes

Conductor - Mark Andrew James

Tickets £15, concessions £12, NUS/under 16s £5

Visit to buy tickets.