From our performers

It was a Lover and his Lass

Our series of our currect performances is on hold over Easter. But enjoy this...

The encore from our recital last month: Charlotte Newstead and Stefan Hofkes perform Madeleine Dring's wonderful setting of Shakespeare's words.

There are many settings of this song in the canon, but this stands with the best of them - lively, humourous and virtuosic!

Saint Stephens

All our lunchtime concerts take place in Saint Stephen’s church in Bristol city centre.

Saint Stephen’s is the church almost directly opposite Colston Avenue (the road that contains the Colston Hall). The church is itself is set back from the St Augustine’s Parade (although you can see its West End through the gap between buildings); it is the church with the tall tower.

The address is:

21 St. Stephen’s Street
Bristol, BS1 1EQ

Car Parking There are two or three convenient car parks in the vicinity, including Trenchard Street, Rupert Street, College Green. On-street parking is difficult as it is all metered, and often the metered time is limited to one hour.

Buses Many buses come into the city centre, with St Augustine’s Parade being a stone’s throw from the church. The bus park itself is a ten minute walk from the Church.