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Cultural and Community Events 

St Andrew's Church is not just a religious building but also a cultural centre. As a church we are committed to offering a wide range of cultural experiences for the whole family. All of us who live or work in Rugby are aware that the town centre faces many challenges.  St Andrew's Church seeks to be part of the solution by maintaining and promoting our historic, iconic building as a place to visit, attend a concert, enjoy an art exhibition and more. 

St Andrew's Church is set within a peaceful garden, which contains a Garden of Remembrance and is well used by people seeking  a quiet place to eat their lunch or as a venue for the Rugby Food and Drink Festival and more.
Free Lunchtime Recitals every Tuesday. Click here to view the diary of recitals.

Upcoming Events


St Andrew's Church is hosting

Rugby Operatic and Musicals Society

Time to get your tickets for a revival of this brilliant show, an experienced cast together with a small rock band will take you through some well known parables but with numerous comedic twists. It's all a bit bonkers, far from dull, a ripping night out and in a superb setting with a licensed bar - what's not to like? So help us celebrate 60 years of performance with this seldom produced treat of a show.

Help The Myton Hospices raise £35,000 at this year's Coventry Cathedral Abseil!

Our brave Mike Taylor is taking part in this challenge. Help him towards his £200 target.

Mike says:

We know that is a lot of money but with your support, we are confident that we can achieve it!

Providing dedicated care and support for people with terminal illnesses, and their families, in their inpatient beds and in the community, continues to be their primary focus, and they need to raise £10.5 million this year to do this.

They can't do it without the support of people like me and you so please consider sponsoring me today!

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