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Went to see Fairport Convention here and it’s a lovely venue with some good acoustics. However the pews are hard to sit on for any length of time so take a cushion! There are bars and a restaurant which get quite crowded and the toilets...More
Went last weekto the Union Chapel to see the Teskey Brothers-a laid-back Australian group whose lead singers superb voice was reminiscent of a mixture of Sam Cooke & Otis Redding-but he was a white middle-class boy! The place itself was easy to find and as...More
This is an all seated venue. For that I'm very happy! However, it's a working church and the seats are all pews so by the end of the concert your behind will feel like it's done penitence! Really well managed and an absolutely beautiful venue....More
I came on a tour with the General Society of Mayflower Descendants in Europe. One of our members discovered that the church also has a piece of Plymouth Rock on display. All the staff were accommodating and friendly to our group. Our knowledgeable tour guide...More
As members of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants in Europe we were warmly welcomed to see the fragment of Plymouth Rock and hear the story of Henry Allon who was described as a Victorian Rock Star. Hence after a speaking tour of the USA...More
Visited to see Tina Dico. The room is timeless and awe inspiring. Lighting was subtle and perfect.
The sound was pin sharp but rich and warm.
Truly a holy place for music, even secular music.
One blob missing because seat cushions would make the experience...More