Beverley Festival

Overview

The Beverly Festival is an annual event for music lovers, held at the National Centre for Early Music, in York. This year's theme evokes one of our most basic instincts - a passion for life, for the countryside, for religion, for lovers, for music with concerts presented within an array of historic churches across the beautiful county town of Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Guests include The Tallis Scholars, Joglaresa, Cantoria, Block4 and the Fitzwilliam String Quartet celebrating their 50th anniversary year. Concerts are intertwined with musical workshops, lectures and 'ballad walks' introducing you to the stories of Beverley life through song.
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Access Card Notes

Access Card Accepted as proof of disability.

Contact details

Beverley Festival The National Centre for Early Music , St Margaret's Church , Walmgate, York, North East, YO1 9TL
Phone: 01904 632220

Assistance Dogs

Assistance Dogs
Assistant Dogs are welcome.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Access Card holders with a '+1' on their card are entitled to take an essential companion with them free of charge.