Saturday 17th November 2018: If music be the food of love at at St Mary’s Church, Aylesbury at 7:30pm. Join us for a hot super and delightful evening of some of our lighter ‘bites’ including, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, and Let’s Do It! *Tickets for this event must be prebooked and can be purchased through … More If music be the food of love… Saturday 17th November 2018
Dear All, It is with much regret that I have to inform you that Saturday’s concert has been cancelled by the venue due to low ticket sales. We have done all we can to remedy the situation but unfortunately it wasn’t deemed profitable enough by the venue. Tickets sold through http://www.wegottickets.com will be refunded, minus … More Old All Saints’ Church (13th Oct.) CANCELLED
With less than a week to go there are still some tickets available for our first ever performance by candlelight at Old All Saints’ Church, Nuneham Courtenay: Click here to purchase your tickets. A rare opportunity to see inside this historic building. Discounts available for students under 16.
Old All Saint’s Church, formally Harcourt Chapel, was built in 1764 and designed by Simon Harcourt, 1st Earl Harcourt. Its design is based on the temples of Palmyra, such as the Temple of Bel. The Temple of Bel is thought to have been completed in 31 or 32 AD. The architecture and design is noteworthy … More Old All Saint’s Church, formally Harcourt Chapel, Nuneham Courtenay
We had a delightful time exploring the venue for the opening concert of our September 2018-19 series. This Grade II listed building is nestled in the grounds of Nuneham House, overlooking the River Thames, and its copper-covered dome, based on the temples of Palmyra, offers a picturesque scene and the perfect acoustic environment to a … More Exploring Old All Saint’s Church, Nuneham Courtenay