Booked to see Kerry Ellis and Brian May play a mainly-acoustic set, and was intrigued by the venue. Upon arrival; especially once inside, we weren't disappointed. It's jaw-droppingly beautiful! We chose to sit up in the front row of the gallery level, as the "stalls" were filling up rapidly. All seating is of the pew variety. Refreshments were all non-alcoholic (as you'd expect in a chapel), and the charm of drinking tea from a china mug whilst watching my guitar hero, was almost too much to take. The acoustics were amazing. Absolutely loved it. We've already booked another, and will look to return as often as we can.
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