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St. Paul's Church, Birmingham

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£5.34 - £10.68

Looking for the ideal Valentine’s date? Look no further! Featuring musicians from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and CBSO, this exciting, collaborative concert will take you through the history of the clarinet. Our journey begins with Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte Overture, and following a brief visit to the romantic city that never sleeps with Steve Reich’s New York Counterpoint, the adventure concludes in a galaxy far, far away…

This concert will end at approximately 8pm.

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St. Paul's Church

Saint Paul's Square


B3 1QZ

Step free access to the church is available. Please contact the parish office in advance of attending the event: 01212367858 or [email protected] 


When do doors open? 6.30pm

Is there step-free access? Yes, please get in touch with the Parish Office in advance of attending the event: 01212367858 or [email protected]

Is there allocated seating? All seating is unreserved


St Paul's Church JQ

St Paul’s has stood in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter for 240 years. It is a Grade 1 listed building –with its original box pews and magnificent architecture, to be a masterpiece in the only remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham. As the JQ expands and welcomes residents, businesses and visitors from all over the world, St Paul's remains essential to the honouring of Birmingham’s past and a unique space for Christian Worship, for calm and reflection, for music and laughter, for meeting and celebrating. Today St Paul's in need of urgent repair. The guttering and roof need extensive attention to prevent further damage to the internal walls and ceilings. Criminal damage to the doors, windows and notice boards also need repair. Your donations will be essential to ensure that St. Paul's continues to flourish as the warm heart of the Jewellery Quarter. All donations will be set aside for work to the church fabric.