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.
Keep an eye on our facebook page for updates, email Amber if you require any further information
Friday 6th March The Langonet Quartet £10.00 on the door
Saturday 7th March Sustainable Saturday Market and seed swap
Saturday 21st March Repair Cafe
Thursday 26th March Ninebarrow folk quartet
Saturday 4th April Rugby Philamonic Choir concert
Friday 1st May Folk award winning solo artist Sam Carter
Saturday 2nd May A Rocha UK Eco conference
Amber Merrick-Potter can be contacted at:
Amber is our dedicated Events Manager. If you are interested in staging an event at St Andrew's, or hiring our church for an event or concert, please get in touch with Amber. Amber is normally available on Tuesdays and Thursdays on 01788 565609.