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Our new season launches with singer-songwriter Daisy Veacock’s appealing blend of lyricism and cheerful melancholy. T: free, suggested donation £3
British pianist Matthew Schellhorn brings a programme including music by Herbert Howells. T: free, suggested donation £3
An evocative blend of Advent plainsong, carols and moments of silence by candlelight to usher in the season. St Michael's Church, Hernhill. T: free
Acclaimed early music group brings the earliest medieval English carols and traditional carols from across Europe. T: free, suggested donation £3
The University Concert Band and String Sinfonia share the opening concert of our spooky weekend! T: £15 (full), £8 (students)
Witches, storms, myth and legend, including Mussorgsky's 'Night on a Bare Mountain' and Mendelssohn's 'Die erste Walpurgisnacht' T:£15 / £8 (students)
The annual cracker of a gig with the Big Band, conducted by Ian Swatman. 5.15pm. T: £5. Click for details
Saturday 9 March, The Nave, Canterbury Cathedral
The Colyer-Fergusson Cathedral Concert
University Chorus and Symphony Orchestra
Brahms Symphony no.4
Weds 13 March, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, 1.10pm
Trish Clowes saxophone
Ross Stanley piano
Sponsors of the Lunchtime Concert series
Tickets for Colyer-Fergusson and Music Department events from:
Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NB
Tel: 01227 769075
Free Online Booking
Monday to Saturday 12pm-7pm
Opening hours can vary dependent on programme.
Special offers and discounts
Bringing a group? Call the Ticket & Information office for more information.
Where advertised apply to children under 16, full and part-time students, registered unemployed, senior citizens, disabled person and a companion. Proof of status may be required.
Apply to children under 16, full and part-time students.
Where appropriate we welcome children with a valid ticket and accompanied by an adult at all times. If a child’s behaviour starts to disrupt audience enjoyment we do ask that you take the child out of the auditorium until he or she is calmer. Age ranges can be provided as a guide and we ask you to consider whether the concert is suitable for your child.
To ensure the best use of our facilities please notify the Ticket & Information Office of your requirements when booking.
Wheelchair spaces available – advance booking essential.
Dedicated parking spaces
Level access through automatic doors to the foyer and bar.
Disabled accessible toilets
Assistance dogs welcome
Infrared audio system for hard of hearing people. Headsets available from the Front of House Team.
Local bus services
The UNIBUS runs every 8-15 minutes, Triangle bus 4X runs every 30 minutes from Canterbury Bus Station. Both services stop at the University campus.
Free parking is available to Colyer-Fergusson and Gulbenkian customers after 5pm on weekdays and all day at weekends in any University car park.
Please note when parking in the Giles Lane Car Park after 5pm weekdays and at weekends, the car park barrier will lift automatically when a car approaches to allow access on entry and exit.
For customers attending concerts between Monday and Friday 8am to 5pm please park in the Visitor Pay and Display car parks on Campus. £2 for 3 hours and £6 all day. The nearest Visitor Pay and Display is the Central Car Park (formerly known as Gulbenkian Car Park).
Blue Badge holders must display their badge in the windscreen and free parking is available within marked bays.
Visitors with restricted mobility can reserve a parking bay by contacting email@example.com or +44 (0) 1227 823609.
Free motorcycle parking is available in motorcycle bays only.
Parking Enforcement is in operation 24hrs.
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