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Thursday Live Summer Organ Festival

St Chad's Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 6EU
Thursday Live 2019-2020

About

The Thursday Live Summer Organ Festival will run every week from Thursday 1 August to Thursday 5 September in celebration of the cleaning and restoration of the acclaimed Walker organ of St Chad's Cathedral Birmingham
(Thursday Live monthly series continues on Thursday 3 October 2019)
FESTIVAL RECITALS:
1 August 2019: David Saint
8 August 2019: Paul Carr
15 August 2019: James Luxton
22 August 2019: Richard Walker
29 August 2019: Peter Dyke
5 September 2019: Nigel Morris

Admission free. Retiring collection.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
AdultFree
ChildFree
ConcessionFree

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

By train: Birmingham Snow Hill.
St Chad's is 5 minutes away via the platform-level St Chad's and St Paul's exit, which emerges in Livery Street. After exiting, turn right then immediately right again under the bridge, then over the crossing. St Chad's is now in front of you.

By metro: St Chad's
This recent exit brings you out with St Chad's in front of you, negotiate the pedestrian crossings and you're there.

On foot:
A short walk from Colmore Row. With the Town Hall behind you continue past the entrance to Snow Hill station and turn left along Snow Hill Queensway, passing the large One Snowhill and Two Snowhill office blocks, downhill to St Chad's.

Tel: 0121 236 2251

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Opening Times

1 Aug 2019 - 5 Sept 2019
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday13:15 - 14:00

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