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About our concerts

Female Pianist

This section gives you all the information you need to know in order to find, attend and enjoy our concerts, as well as more about TMS. If you still have unanswered questions, please feel free to ask us by clicking here.

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Concerts take place on Sundays at Stokesley Methodist Church on Stokesley High Street (see map and directions

It is a large venue with good acoustics:   warm with comfortable seating. sit downstairs or in the gallery upstairs.

Stokesley Methodist Church

Our venue

Doors open 30 minutes before the concert starts.

Free parking is available on the cobbles outside the venue (get your free parking disc for daytime parking from local shops) as well as in two large car parks (The Plain and College Square). 

What happens at our concerts

Concert format

If you are new to classical music concerts and are unsure when to clap, just follow the rest of the audience! In the unlikely event that no-one realises that the piece has ended, the performers will make a dramatic gesture to ensure there is no doubt!

Concerts have two halves, typically 40-50 minutes each, with an interval of 15-20 minutes in the middle: concert total duration is thus typically up to 2 hours.

Currently, refreshments are not available in the interval but we encourage concert-goers to bring their own drinks.



Wheelchair and disabled access to the concert venue is available.  For assistance, we will be very happy to help. Please contact the sales desk in the foyer.

There is a wheelchair-accessible toilet. 

There is a hearing loop system in the church.



We produce printed programmes for most concerts: they are packed with valuable information about the artists, composers and the works being performed, and they cost £1.

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