As there are no formal performances, just run-throughs, there is no formal dress code. Dress comfortably for the long haul. Bring warm clothing for overnight. If you wish to sing a Requiem in a onesie then that's fine by us.
There are toilets but they are up a flight of stairs. Unfortunately there is no lift access to the toilets.
There will be a tea and cake stall. There will be a wine stall. The drinks on the tea and cake stall will be provided for free, although any donation towards the cost will be gratefully accepted. The wine has not been priced yet, but will not be extortionate.
Food is not provided beyond the cakes available on the tea stall. You are allowed to bring your own food into the church. There are many food establishments within very easy reach of the church but please show some consideration to the other singers, e.g. do not bring a take away curry into the church!
There is disabled access to the church from the Bedford Street entrance and there is now a disabled toilet available within the church, for use only by those for whom it is intended.
The intent and hope is that you will turn up for the whole event. However, it is understood that some people will want to dip out for a kip. This is allowed as long as all hired scores are returned before you leave for good.
The seating will be on pews. You may want to bring a cushion with you. There is access to the gallery where you may find a corner in which to grab some sleep.
The church will be open to the public so be mindful of your valuables.
There are no audience tickets. However, people are welcome to come in and have a listen. All we ask is that they put a donation in one of the buckets.