Family Concerts in Wimbledon - Raynes Park, London

St Matthew's Church, Durham Road
Wimbledon
SW20 0DE


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Saturday 16 March 11.00am

Rhythms and Flowers

Ahmed Dickinson, classical guitar

Dance away to the rhythms of the latin guitar, sing a balada to exotic flowers, move to the pulse of the cha-cha-cha, and twirl to a Venezuelan waltz. Where there is music and dance, life is beautiful.

Doors open 15 minutes before the concert starts
The concert lasts around 45 minutes

Gift Cards are accepted at this concert

Saturday 13 April 3.00pm

Easter Family Concert

Come and join Bach to Baby this Easter Holiday for a specially designed programme of classical music for the whole family to enjoy together.

Doors open 15 minutes before the concert starts
The concert lasts around 45 minutes

Gift Cards are accepted at this concert

About the concerts

Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.



Doors open 15 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee, and catch up with friends before the performance.

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How to get there

St Matthew's Church, Durham Road, Wimbledon, SW20 0DE

Public Transport:
Closest stations: Raynes Park.
Bus Routes: The 200 from Wimbledon Village or Mitcham stops on Spencer Road (Stop K).

Parking: Limited street parking available

Accessibility: Step-free access and nappy changing facilities available.

About the venue

Before St Matthew's Church existed, the congregation had to meet in a classroom of Cottenham Park School until a suitable building could be constructed. After the outbreak of war in 1939, all services had to be held during daylight hours because of blackout restrictions, and Midnight Mass was held by torchlight. But rest assured that despite being bombed in 1944, the church has since returned to normal functioning and now plays host to a range of community groups and other activities. If you're looking for something to do after the concert, Cottenham Park is just a six minute walk away and has a lovely children's playground for little ones with bags of energy - or there's even tennis courts for adults wanting to hone their skills in time for the Wimbledon championships next year!