St Mary's is host to many wonderful events and concerts throughout the year, why not organise your visit around an event? Use the inputs below to filter the events by date.
A la Vida Bona – Music in the Age of Discovery
Ruth Hopkins soprano, violin and recorder
Sarah Langdon alto and recorders
Michelle Holloway alto and recorders
Ben Mitchell tenor, guitar and charango
Andrew Hopper bass and viola da gamba
Tymoteusz Jóźwiak bass and percussion
K’antu Ensemble explores the vibrant music of Spain and the New World.
Oliver Hancock organ (St Mary's, Warwick)
Friday 8th & Saturday 9th March 2019 10am - 4pm
Come along and see us if you would like to obtain, in return for a donation, some of the handmade poppies which were exhibited at the Warwick Poppies 2018 exhibition. Tea & coffee will be available.
Anna Turner oboe (King's High School, Warwick)
Da Capo Chamber Choir
A celebration of choral music from around Europe.
With just two weeks to go, Da Capo marks what may be the end of the Brexit era with a tour through the many musical styles and languages of the European Union. Sacred and secular music for everyone, with no politics!
Featuring music by Monteverdi, Bach, Ravel, Pärt, Kodaly and many others.
Fire Burning in Snow
Frances Kelly harp
James Johnstone organ
Simone Rebello percussion
Directed by Jeffrey Skidmore
Exuberant music from the Latin American Baroque.
Concert generously supported by Murray Campbell, John Hobley, Jonathan Holden, Roger Massie and Margaret Pringle.
Mark Swinton organ (St Mary's, Warwick)
A guided tour can be arranged to show you round if you request this in advance, tours cost £3 per person and will last approximately 45 minutes. Our knowledgable guides will bring the story of St Mary's to life and will be able to answer you may have about the building and it’s history. Learn more about the history of the church.
St Mary’s Tower is open to visitors throughout the year, weather permitting, and offers spectacular views from the top. The charge for the tower is £3 per adult, students over 16 £2.50, students under 16 £1.50 and family ticket £6 (2 adults and up to 4 children).We regret the Tower is not suitable for children under eight years old.
Head over to our Visiting Us page to find information regarding getting here as well as opening times.