NEXT THREE CHOIRS FESTIVAL: HEREFORD 28 JULY- 4 AUGUST 2018  
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Festival Hub

The heart of the festival is in the Festival Hub, located in Hereford Cathedral School. A perfect place to meet up with old friends over a drink (and make a few new ones!), you'll find the Old Deanery bar and garden, serving a selection of fine wines, cask ales and local ciders, as well as the dining room where we serve our pre-concert meals. Relax with the daily newspapers in the Quiet Room, or wander round the Sports Hall art exhibition, where there will be over 30 local artists exhibiting a wide range of styles. You can be sure of a warm welcome from our Friends of Hereford Three Choirs Festival in the Sports Hall Cafe and the Zimmerman Cafe, serving a range of hot and cold drinks, cakes, breakfasts, lunches and suppers.

Opening Times

Bar: 10 am - midnight
Dining Room: 6 - 7.30 pm
Sports Hall Cafe: 10 am - 8 pm
Zimmerman Cafe: 9.30 am - 6 pm
Quiet Room: 10 am - 8 pm

School House

Open daily 10 am - 7.45 pm

The information hub of the festival site, you'll find the ticket office, information point and shop in School House. Our friendly staff and volunteers are on hand to offer practical information and local knowledge and can point you in the right direction. While you're picking up your tickets, browse books, CDs and a range of items to take home as a souvenir of the festival.

Designer Crafts Exhibition

Open daily 9.30 am - 7.30 pm

The Herefordshire Guild of Craftsmen will be exhibiting at the Left Bank for the duration of the festival, joined by guests who share a passion and excellence in their chosen craft. Exhibiting unique pieces in wood, glass, textiles, ceramics, leather, resin and art, several members will be working on current projects throughout the week: further details will follow before the festival. Situated on the first floor (lift access), the selling exhibition will have a prosecco bar, a terrace and a view over the river to rest and revive.

Organ Exhibition

Open daily 10 am - 6 pm

Members of The Institute of British Organ Building will be exhibiting in the side chapel at All Saints Church, with contributors including Mander Organs, Penny's Mill, Harrison & Harrison, Richard Bower and Vincent Woodstock. They will also present a series of free talks throughout the week - full details will follow.