Please get in touch with us to discuss bringing a group of students to visit St George’s.
As well as regularly welcoming school groups to the venue for special concerts and workshops, St George’s Learning & Participation programme takes live music out into schools and the community for informal and interactive shows and workshops. We also welcome school groups and take events to schools as part of our Heritage project
Our three event strands for schools:
Performance Platform – schools can hire St George’s for educational and showcase events
Backstage Pass – school group visits to the venue to explore its history, origins and what goes on behind the scenes today. We are also able to offer bespoke music and storytelling workshops. Some schools like to combine these with attending a concert.
Artists in Schools – school and community music projects and workshops, delivered by local musicians and visiting artists.
We encourage schools to think about bringing groups of pupils to some of our public events, particularly the lunchtime concert series where we often programme young professional artists at the beginning of their careers who are keen to engage with young people. All of our lunchtime concerts are free for under 21s. For full details of all our concession and group tickets, please click here.
To discuss ticket bundles or partnerships allowing your students to access a broad range of events at St George’s, please contact Head of Education, Catherine Freda at Catherine.Freda@stgeorgesbristol.co.uk