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Sat 8 Jun 2024


Bristol Beacon Organ Workshop - June

All Saints Church

Bronze organ pipes lying together on a wooden floor.

Join a free workshop to come and discover the pipe organ – specifically for young musicians.  This session will include a talk by organist Eric Tyson.

Led by expert tutor Claire Alsop, this will be a fun, interactive introduction, full of information about the organ and how it works, and an opportunity to try it out for yourself. Often called ’The King of Instruments’, the organ is a self-contained orchestra, and this workshop will introduce you to the different families of sounds that can be found on this amazing instrument.

These free workshops are made possible with the support of the J and M Britton Trust and National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Presented by Bristol Beacon

Age suitability: Open to all – recommended for ages 13-16 (KS3+)

Arrival: 10.45

Start: 11:00

Finish: 12:30

About the sessions

  • Completely free
  • Fun sessions specifically designed for young people
  • No experience needed
  • Open to all – guide age range 13-16 (KS3+)
  • Support from expert, passionate tutors
  • Chance to play and perform on the Britten Organ in Bristol Beacon when it is officially reinstated in 2025.


Register using the form below – or just drop in!

If you have any further questions regarding the workshops and programme, please email Laurie Stewart, Head of Creative Learning

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The venue

All Saints Church

Getting to the venue

Location: All Saints Church is located on the corner of Pembroke Road and Alma Vale Road in Clifton.

Address: 68 Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3ED



Bicycle racks are available by the main entrance. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.

Car parking

On-street parking is available on Pembroke Road, with free disability parking spaces available to blue-badge holders. The nearest multi-story car park is Clifton Down Shopping Centre, 644m from the venue towards Clifton Down train station.

Bristol Clean Air Zone

All Saints Church is outside of, but close to the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.


Alma Road bus stop is located 58m away from All Saints Church with Number 8 services to and from Bristol Temple Meads station.

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There is level access to each area of All Saints Church.


There are no wheelchair accessible toilets at this venue.

Assistance Dogs

Registered assistance dogs are allowed in the venue.

Hearing Facility

An induction loop facility is available at this venue.


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