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St Botolph's Church

The first St Botolph's Church was built where the ruins of St Botolph's Priory Church now stand. It was a Saxon Church with a tower construction similar to that of nearby Holy Trinity, and stood just outside the town's Roman wall. The church is often used for concerts and events, as well as church services.

Upcoming events

30
th
May

A Cello Recital - with Syrian Food!

6:30pm - 10:00pm | £20 (Students £12)
St Botolph's Church
St Botolph's Street
Refugee Action-Colchester is delighted to have the internationally acclaimed cellist, Orlando Jopling, perform the much-loved Bach Cello Suites in support of our work and to help us raise much needed funds. The greatest music written for solo cello, Bach’s Suites are magnificent and soulful. Come and enjoy their beauty with delicious Syrian food, included in your ticket, and raise money for an excellent cause by doing so.
09
th
Jun

Colchester Symphony Orchestra presents their Russian Programme

7:30pm - 10:00pm | Adults - £15; Concessions - £13 Students in full-time education - £3 Under 17 - free
St Botolph's Church
St Botolph's Street
Rimsky-Korsakov: Russian Easter Festival Overture Khatchaturian: ‘Spartacus’ Rimsky-Korsakov: Trombone Concerto Soloist: Helen Vollam Tchaikowsky: Symphony no 6 Conductor: Chris Phelps Leader: Philippa Barton Tickets are available at the door or may be reserved in advance by 'phoning 01206 271128 or by email to csosecretary@colchestersymphonyorchestra.org.uk

Contact

St Botolph's Church
St Botolph's Street
Colchester
CO2 7EE

  01206 570260