Tickets & Seating
We will happily reserve appropriate seating for patrons with specific physical requirements. If you require a companion to assist you, that companion attends for free and does not need a ticket.
Please inform us in advance if you have special requirements or are attending with a companion, so that we can reserve a suitable place for you and inform the door staff.
We can accommodate up to 4 wheelchair users and most other requirements. If you’re unsure about our ability to accommodate you, please contact us before you buy your ticket.
Our contact details are: firstname.lastname@example.org | 01684 525003 (Mon-Sat, 9am – 5pm).
Access to the church is via the main entrance on Cowleigh Bank (WR14 1QP) and is completely level. Door staff will also be on hand to provide assistance.
Due to the nature of the building please be aware that the floor is tiled, with some surface irregularities and is often dimly lit during performances. Stewards are on hand to provide assistance, but if you are disabled and you think this will make things difficult for you, we would recommend bringing a companion. Companions do not need a ticket but you do need to inform us in advance if you will be bringing a companion.
You can contact us at email@example.com | 01684 525003 (Mon-Sat, 9am – 5pm)
Our main stage lighting is LED and is in use at all concerts. Occasionally, tea lights (small candles) and pillar candles may also be used around the pulpit and window ledges.
Lighting levels in the church are generally low and visitors can find it quite dark.
Occasionally strobe or strobe like effects may be used. If this is the case, it will be signposted at the main entrance.
Please speak to a member of staff if you have any concerns about the lighting on the night.
There is one wheelchair accessible toilet located in the Scout’s Hut, up the hill from the church at the top of the graveyard, which is accessed from the pavement at the front of the church.
If you need assistance, please ask a Steward who will be happy to help.
We’re painfully aware that the current toilet situation is less than desirable; such is the nature of a Grade II listed Victorian building. Addressing this is a high priority for us, when funds allow and subject to planning permission.
All parking is on the street in front of the church and there are no specially-designated disabled parking bays.
We kindly ask patrons to leave the spaces directly in front of the church available for those who most need them.
The nearest train station is Malvern Link, which is a 25 minute walk or a 2 minute drive from St Peter’s Church. There is no taxi rank at the station so you will need to ring a taxi company in advance and arrange for them to collect you.