Our Fantastic Venues and Where to Stay
Stamford is a beautiful historic town, located on the River Welland on the outskirts of Lincolnshire. Steeped in culture and the arts, it boasts an exceptional local Arts Centre that will play host to this year's festival, plus plenty of wonderful places to stay. Book your tickets here or on the Stamford Arts Centre website here.
Want to help ensure we can come back next year? There are plenty of different ways you can help the festival. Find out more here.
Stamford Arts Centre
Drawing on a rich heritage dating back to the 18th Century, Stamford Arts Centre is a thriving multi-arts venue at the heart of the town. We are extremely grateful to the centre for its help in hosting this year's festival.
The beautiful SAC ballroom regularly hosts a range of concerts across their hugely popular classical music season that runs from October through to May every year. This May will be no different, when four of our major festival concerts will be gracing the ballroom floor. You can purchase tickets here on our website or visit Stamford Arts Centre for booking and information here.
Call: 01780 763203
General Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 8pm and One Hour before Sunday Films.
Browne's Hospital, one of Stamford's most recognisable historical landmarks, traces its long history back to the late 1400s. This year it will host our intimate late night Schubert soirée and our Sunday lunchtime concert.
Accommodation & Travel
Travelling far for the festival? Though set in the midst of the rural midlands, Stamford is still only 2 hours away from London by car or taxi. If you're thinking of coming by train, the closest major station is Peterborough with direct connections to London and the North, and just 20 minutes away from Stamford in the car.
A historic tourist town, Stamford is also home to a handsome number of beautiful hotels, bed and breakfasts, pubs, eateries, restaurants, and private accommodation just a click away. Take a look at the following sites to see what's available: