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Twelfth Night – A Musical Winter Celebration – Extra date added!

Twelfth Night - A Musical Winter Celebration - Extra date added!


After a sold-out concert for Twelfth Night in 2023, Alex Wilson is delighted to be returning to St Nicholas Priory in 2024. We will take a musical tour through the songs and folk traditions of Europe at Christmas; singing, baking and dancing our way through nearly 200 years of musical storytelling.

Audiences can expect an intimate concert experience, featuring some of the most popular pieces alongside some exciting new additions from composers including Liszt and Dohnanyi. Our journey features traditional celebrations from the UK to Romania, taking in Hungary, Finland and everywhere in between.  We will hear music by Sadie Harrison based on beautiful seasonal melodies from Ukraine, and an intimate retelling of the Christmas story using traditional French carols.

Poignant, simple melodies and lively, celebratory sound worlds, shining light on beautiful music that deserves to be heard.  This is Christmas described in soft, delicate tones – without sleigh bells and tinsel but full of discovery, familiarity and warmth.

St Nicholas Priory is on Mint Lane with walking access from Fore Street or Bartholomew Street West.

The nearest car park is Mary Arches Street, which is a five-minute walk. Exeter Central railway station is a ten-minute walk. The bus station is a 15-minute walk with many buses stopping on the High Street which is ten minutes away.

Unfortunately, due to the nature of this historic building, there is no wheelchair access for our upstairs rooms.

Loos and baby-changing facilities.

If you have any questions  about your visit, please email [email protected]

Date & Time

19:30 - 20:45




St Nicholas Priory
Mint Lane, Off Fore Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 3BL

Find directions to St Nicholas Priory on our visit us page.

St Nicholas Priory: Founded by William the Conqueror in 1087, St Nicholas Priory was home to Benedictine monks for over 400 years and is the oldest building in Exeter. In 1536, like other monasteries, it was closed and the remains became the home of wealthy Tudor merchants.

Access: Unfortunately, only the ground floor of our building is wheelchair-accessible.

Facilities: Accessible loos and nappy-changing facilities.

If you have any questions or concerns about your visit, please email [email protected].

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