Friday 14th - Sunday 16th June 2019

Saturday 15th June 2019

Wednesday 19th June 2019


Friday Lunchtimes in May & June

Thursday 21st February 2019

Saturday 1st December 2018

Saturday 8th December 2018

Sunday 9th December 2018

Sunday 9th December 2018

Thursday 13th December 2018

Saturday 15th December 2018

Birmingham Gay Sympony Orchestra 


Christmas at the Ballet



Sunday 16th December 2018

Tuesday 18th - Saturday 22nd December 2018


Christmas Music By Candlelight

These popular concerts are aimed at the heart of Christmas. Much-loved favourites, little-known gems and stunning new works are accompanied by a selection of readings, which together capture the meaning – and humour – of the season.


Christmas Music by Candlelight is to be transported to another place, timeless, almost unbearably beautiful, intense and joyously uplifting! Christmas begins here” (Audience member)


Early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.
This concert will end at approximately 10pm.


For tickets please click HERE

Monday 24th December 2018

Tuesday 25th December 2018

Friday 20th July 2018

As part of the Jewellery Quarter Festival 2018


An evening of classical and contemporary music to celebrate the start of the annual Jewellery Quarter Festival, given by students from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.


Tickets: £5 - available on the door


For more information: 0121-236-7858 or

Saturday 21st July 2018

As part of the Jewellery Quarter Festival 2018


We invite you to join us for this peaceful and contemplative service of music and readings to celebrate the Jewellery Quarter Festival.


Free admission


For more information: 0121-236-7858 or

Sunday 22nd July 2018

As part of the Jewellery Quarter Festival 2018


Join us for our special morning Choral Eucharist sung by Vivat Choir to celebrate the annual Jewellery Quarter Festival


Free admission


For more information: 0121-236-7858 or

Saturday 30th June 2018

Great choral masterpieces by Dvorak and Mendelssohn can be heard in Birmingham on June 30th.

One of the region’s best amateur choirs, Birmingham Choral Union, will be performing Dvorak's Mass in D and Mendelssohn's German Liturgy in a concert which also includes Mendelssohn’s Prelude and Fugue in C minor for the organ.

Birmingham Choral Union’s conductor, Colin Baines, is one of the most well-respected figures in music-making in the Midlands and the choir will be accompanied by talented organist Darren Hogg.

Dvorak’s Mass in D was commissioned by a noted patron of the arts in Czechoslovakia, Josef Hlavka, for the consecration of his new chapel. Dvorak completed the charming and very accessible work in just three months in 1887 and showed his satisfaction with the work in a letter to his benefactor, when he wrote: “I am pleased to announce that I have finished the work and that I am supremely pleased with the result. I think it will be a work that will fully suit its purpose. It could be called: faith, hope and love for God Almighty…”

Mendelssohn has long been a favourite of Birmingham audiences. He travelled to England many times in the 1830s and 40s and conducted many of his own works at the Town Hall.


Birmingham Choral Union perform Dvorak and Mendelssohn at St. Paul’s Church, St. Paul’s Square, Birmingham, B3 1QZ on June 30th at 7.30pm.


Tickets: £16.00 (£14.00 concessions).


Please ring 0121 550 1107 for more information.

Thursday 3rd May 2018

The church will be used as a polling station for the Jewellery Quarter, and will be open from 7.00am - 11.00pm.

Saturday 10th February 2018 - 7.30pm

MINUTE TAKER Reconstruction Live with special guest RUNES

Ben McGarvey - Pianist



Tickets: Can be purchased by clicking here (Priced at £15 / £13)

Thursday 8th December 2016 - 7.30pm

A magical Christmas concert, starting with Tchaikovsky's enchanting score from Sleeping Beauty and in the second half all your festive favourites - from Sleigh Ride to much-loved carols to sing along to!

17 December December 3pm
St Pauls Church, Birmingham, B3 1QZ

Concert starts at 3pm (doors open 2.30pm)

Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Jack Lovell


Adults - £10 online, £12 on the door

Concessions - £8 online, £10 on the door

Students - £5

Family (Up to 2 adults & 3 children under 16) - £30

Monday 19th - Thursday 22nd December 2016

Ex Cathedra
Jeffrey Skidmore
Alexander Mason organ


Aimed at the heart of Christmas, these atmospheric concerts have become a popular tradition in Birmingham and London, which this year we extend to Hereford, Leicester and Wolverhampton.  A seamless stream of music brings old favourites, stunning new music and hidden gems, all interspersed with readings that capture the meaning – and humour – of the season.


Early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
You are invited to bring your own mulled wine and mince pies for the interval.


This concert will finish at approximately 10pm.


£12.50 – £40 including per ticket commission

£5 for anyone in full time education or aged 17 and younger
£8 for anyone aged 18-30 not in full time education
Wheelchair & companion tickets, and group savings available, please ask at the box office when booking
Call the THSH box office on 0121 780 3333 or book online via the link above


Buy more – and save more!
Simply book for 3 or more different concerts and enjoy a range of benefits, including:

– savings of up to 30%
– exemption from the per ticket commission
– priority booking


More details can be found HERE.


For details of Ex Cathedra's FAMILY FRIENDLY matinee performance, click HERE.


Saturday 5th March 2016

The Magic of Music


Saturday 5 March, 7pm

St Paul's Church, Jewellery Quarter, B3 1QB


An evening of enchanting classics from the Birmingham Gay Symphony Orchestra. Rossini's Italian Girl is ten minutes of musical sunshine and Schubert's Unfinished Symphony is a small but perfectly formed gem. But first Mozart's Magic Flute sets the scene, and his Flute Concerto performed by Christopher Green is going to be... well... magical!


Conductor: Jack Lovell

Flute: Christopher Green



Mozart: Magic Flute Overture

Mozart: Flute Concerto in G

Schubert: 'Unfinished' Symphony No. 8

Rossini: An Italian Girl in Algiers Overture

Saturday 17th October at 12.40pm

Birmingham-based Writers Without Borders is a local writers group who will be performing FREE of charge at St Paul's Church as part of our ongoing 1240 Arts Series. Come and be uplifted on Saturday 17th October at 12.40pm!

Saturday 21st November at 7.30pm

O Radiant Dawn


James MacMillan – O Radiant Dawn, James MacMillan – Mass 2000,
Edward Elgar – The Music Makers,
Edward Elgar – Where Corals Lie,
Edward Elgar – Sea Slumber Song.

Birmingham Festival Choral Society, Kevin Gill – organ, Jeanie Larkin – mezzo-soprano, Patrick Larley – conductor.

Tickets £14 (£12/£7 concessions)

Friday 27th November at 7pm

X-Factor stars and operatic multi-platinum selling vocal quartet G4 embark on a "Christmas By Candlelight" UK tour this festive season.

With a series of eight shows in beautiful churches and cathedrals nationwide, these intimate shows see Jonathan, Ben, Mike and Nick share the songs from their eagerly-awaited new album, "G4 Christmas" including Christmas classics and carols, all delivered up-close and personal in some of the UK's most iconic historic venues.

Come and let G4's unique sound transport you into the festive spirit in a way you won't have imagined possible.

Duruflé Requiem

Saturday 27 June 2015 at 7.30pm

St Paul's Church, St Paul's Square, Birmingham B3 1QZ 



£15 and £12.50 concessions Available here

A French extravaganza with a Hungarian twist: melodious Fauré, dramatic Langlais, timeless Duruflé and organic Kodály. A fabulous programme of choral and organ music to enjoy in the splendid acoustic of St Paul's Church, in the heart of Birmingham's popular Jewellery Quarter.

Kodály   Laudes Organi
Fauré   Cantique de Jean Racine
Langlais   Messe Solonnelle
Duruflé   Requiem
Birmingham Bach Choir    
Paul Spicer   conductor
Claire Barnett-Jones   mezzo-soprano
David Wynne   baritone
Alexander Mason   organ

21st March - 19th April 2015


St Paul's hosts a site specific art exhibition.


Admission: FREE


More details:

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