Events & Bookings 
Main events open to the public in April and beyond 

Great Music for the Spring and Summer 

International award-winning pianist Kausikan Rajeshkumar will be playing Bach, Scriabin, Chopin and Schumann as part of our Brilliant Young Pianists recital series on Sunday 10th April at 7.30pm.  
Tickets £10 (£8 for members of St Peter's Trust) from The White Horse Bookshop, Sound Knowledge or on the door. 
"A genuine virtuoso", "disarmingly precocious" - some of the accolades earned by Ashley Fripp who returns to the church to play Bach, Ravel, Chopin and Ades on Sunday 15th May at 7.30pm in our Brilliant Pianists Series.  
Tickets £10/8 on the door or from 
On Saturday 7th May at 7.30pm come and treat yourself to an evening of music to suit all tastes - a recital for Piano and Clarinet, featuring local musicians Shelley Morgan (piano) and Helen Pysanczyn (clarinet) performing music by Dunhill, Cooke, Richard Rodney Bennet, Horowitz, Grovlez and Debussy.  
Tickets on the door. 
On Saturday 9th July at 7.30pm the nationally-renowned Bridge String Quartet returns to the church to play a programme which includes the Suite for String Quartet by George Butterworth, one of the most promising young composers of his generation who tragically lost his life in the Battle of the Somme 100 years ago.  
Tickets on the door or from 
April 10th 7.30pm 
April 14th 7.30pm 
April 21st 7.30pm 
May 4th 7.30pm 
May 7th 7.30pm 
May 9th 9.30am 
May 11th 7.30pm 
May 15th 7.30pm 
May 18th 7.30pm 
May 19th 7.30pm 
May 25th 7.30pm 
June 1st 7.30pm 
June 8th 7.30pm 
June 19th 7.30pm 
Brilliant Young Pianist concert (see above) 
Merchant's House Spring lecture 
History Society lecture 
Community Choir rehearsal 
Clarinet and Piano recital (see above) 
Management Committee meeting 
Community Choir rehearsal 
Brilliant Young Pianist concert (see above) 
Community Choir rehearsal 
History Society lecture 
Community Choir rehearsal 
Community Choir rehearsal 
Community Choir rehearsal 
Brilliant Young Pianist concert 
The main space of the church (the nave, south aisle and some of the north aisle) is for hire in the evening, and for exhibitions (not the north aisle) during the day as well. 
The building’s acoustics are splendid for musical events, and although not large enough for a full orchestra and audience, it works well for chamber choir, chamber orchestra and soloists. 
The church has its own excellent Yamaha piano which is available for use at no extra cost. 
A newly installed high quality PA system also makes the church a popular venue for lectures. 
Artists’ groups regularly return to exhibit their paintings. The existence of both Cafe and Craft Shops in the same building ensures many visitors. 
It is not possible to hire the church for private parties. 
Bookings can be made by emailing 
Booking Charges 
Evenings: the cost is £18 per hour (or part of), or £15 for a registered charity. 
For manned exhibitions the rate is £30, falling to £25 per day for hirings of more than one week. 
For unmanned exhibitions where exhibits are for sale hire is taken as a 35% commission on any sales during the exhibition. 
For any event involving the sale of alcohol the hirer must serve a Temporary Event Notice available through Wiltshire Council. 
Musical events may be subject to a charge from the Performing Right Society