S Paul’s as a Concert Venue


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S Paul’s c. 1860
S Paul’s c. 1860

If you are looking for an excellent medium-sized venue for concerts in the centre og Brighton then S Paul’s is an ideal choice. Seating up to 200 people, the main body of the church is set back the length of the chancel from any passing noise. In addition, the long cloister protects the entrance from street sounds. There is the added advantage of the church being warm in winter.

For smaller concerts and lectures, the elegant Fishermen’s Vestry has good acoustics and sits about 40 people comfortably.
The spacious Narthex is sometimes used for audiences of about 60.

To use S Paul’s for concerts or rehearsals please contact:

Penny Parker
07535 638855
penny@wagnerhallbrighton.co.uk

Various Brighton choirs occasionally rehearse at S Paul’s, including:

Brighton Singers
Brighton Consort
BREMF Consort of Voices

The Tallis Scholars rehearsed here, with some members of S Paul’s Choir, for their performance of the 40 part motet Spem in Alium by Thomas Tallis during the Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) 2005.

The church is now a regular venue for concerts during the Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) each autumn.


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