All Saints Church, Brixworth
Most of our concerts take place in the historic Saxon church of All Saints, the largest surviving Anglo-Saxon building in the UK. The church is believed to have been in continuous use as a place of Christian worship since its foundation by the monks of Peterborough circa 680 A.D.
The nave has some really unusual arches that were built out of reused Roman bricks. The church also boasts a medieval relic, thought to be the throat bone of St Bonniface.
The ancient walls and cavernous ceilings of this fascinating building provide a wonderful acoustic for Festival concerts.
The church has excellent heating and a good sized car park, with extra street parking available. Disabled parking bays are also available during the Festival. Please contact us if you have any particular needs.