Hampton Court - Chapel Royal
Palace open daily 10.00-18.00 (16.30 in winter)
|Sunday||Choral Mattins 11.00, Choral Eucharist 11.00 (1st Sunday month), Evensong 15.30|
Entrance: Palace entrance £13, children £6.50, concessions £10.50
Disabled: Wheelchair access to most of the palace, including a lift to the first floor.
Photography: No photography, filming or sketching permitted inside the palace.
A range of audio guides are included in the ticket price.
The Tiltyard Cafe open 10.00-18.00 (16.30 in winter)
Four gift shops occur throughout the Palace.
E-mail address: email@example.com
Vestry 020 3166 6515
Director of Music
Carl Jackson (since 1996)
A permanent choir was established in 1868. Today the men and boys, who are drawn from various local schools, sing the two Sunday services, record, tour and take part in concerts, such as the BBC Proms. There is a Choral Scholarship, at 11 , and an Organ Scolarship awarded annually.
The Revd Denis Mulliner (since 2000)
The Chapel Royal has existed since 1537 as a body of priests and singers who serve the spiritual needs of the Sovereign. It has often been called 'the cradle of English church music' for its members have included Thomas Tallis, William Byrd, Thomas Morley, Henry Purcall, Pelham Humphrey and John Blow.
FCM at Hampton Court Palace
FCM Diocesan Representative
FCM National Gatherings
1988 & 2005