LOOKING BACH: KEY INFO
The event begins at 7.30pm.
The main concert will run 8.15pm – 9.45pm. There will be a short interval at c.9pm.
After the main concert, our jazz musicians will continue to play in the main hall and we encourage you either to listen, to grab a drink from the bar, or to explore our installations if you didn’t catch them earlier.
Our usher team will start gently encouraging you to make your way home (or elsewhere!) at c.10.40pm.
Tickets are priced at £10, £20, £45 and £90 for this event.
If you’re aged 35 and under, you’re eligible for our £10 Under35 tickets!
We kindly Under35s to bring photo ID along to the event for our usher team to check at admission.
Please visit our Community page for more information on our discounted and free tickets. We are grateful for the generosity of our VBFriends in enabling us to operate ticket schemes.
The ground floor of Conway Hall is completely accessible i.e. step-free.
There is also an accessible toilet opposite the Brockway Room.
Unfortunately, due to the age and Grade II listing of the building, there is no lift access to balcony seating (Zone D). Please do get in touch with our box office team on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we might be able to help you make your visit easier and more comfortable.
The safety and health of everyone – our guests, our team, our artists – is of the utmost importance to us. Please see our Covid-19 safety measures below, as well as the Terms and Conditions.
Getting to CONWAY HALL
25 Red Lion Square,
There is a Cycle Hire docking station on the corner of Red Lion Square and Old North Street. There are two more docking stations on Theobald’s Road and on Red Lion Street. You can find more about cycle hire on the TFL website.
There is metered car parking available in Red Lion Square and adjacent streets, which is unrestricted on Saturdays after 13.30.
Please note that some parking areas are for “Residents Only” and there are other local restrictions. More information on Camden’s website.
To find local parking or reserve your space please use ParkJockey, Parkopedia or yourparkingspace.co.uk.
Getting to THE VACHE
The Vache, Vache Lane, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks, HP8 4SD
There are two stations in close proximity to The Vache – ‘Gerrards Cross’ and ‘Chalfont & Latimer’.
Chalfont & Latimer is also accessible from London Marylebone station, with a trains leaving every 30 mins (30 min duration). Chalfont & Latimer is also a tube stop on the Metropolitan Line (45 min duration from Baker Street).
We will offer a complementary shuttle bus for August and September 2021 events – please see below for details.
Gerrards Cross is easily accessible from London Marylebone station, with trains leaving every 25 mins (25 min duration). A taxi can be booked with GX Cars, Chalfont Taxis or with Uber and should be around £15.
The Vache Baroque Festival provides a complimentary shuttle bus service from and back to Chalfont & Latimer station (Metropolitan line Zone 8 and Chiltern Railways from Marylebone). Anyone making use of the service to arrive at The Vache Baroque Festival will be issued with a return ticket.
As in 2021, the 2022 shuttle bus will be leaving Chalfont & Latimer station at the following times on each performance day:
Please leave the station through an open gate at street level on Platform 1. The shuttle bus will be waiting near this exit, outside the Craft Beer shop. Please wear a mask to use the service.
Further details will be circulated to all ticket holders.
GX Cars 01753 668978
Chalfont Taxis 01494 875522
Clover Cabs 01494 875522
To navigate to The Vache, we advise you to use the co-ordinates (51.6374, -0.5614).
If you are coming from the direction of Central London or Gerrards Cross, you will come to a double mini roundabout as you enter Chalfont St. Giles. Take the B4442 up the hill. Vache Lane will be the first left turn you come to. From here, the parking for VBF will be clearly signposted.
There will be free on site parking clearly signposted on arrival to The Vache.
We can make special parking arrangements for anyone requiring access assistance; please see the accessibility section below.
Covid-19 Safety Measures
The Vache Baroque Festival pledges to adhere to the latest guidelines from Public Health England. Any changes in guidelines will be reflected on this section of our website as they occur.
We ask all guests to please stay at home if you have any symptoms of COVID or feel unwell.
We will have masks and hand sanitiser available to use in the lobby area. We encourage all guests to respect other peoples personal space while moving around the venue, especially in congested areas.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we try to keep the live music & entertainment industry open!
Once you have booked your ticket(s) online, you will receive a confirmation email. Our team will just ask for your name and order number on the door.
Please see our terms and conditions for our policy on returning or exchanging tickets & get in touch with our box office team who will gladly assist you.
Please get in touch with our box office team who will gladly add your details to our returns list.
Children under the age of 8 will unfortunately not be admitted to the venue. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian in advance of purchase to make their own judgement as to the suitability of an event for their own child.
Children aged 8 and over shall require their own ticket. Anyone aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times and seated next to the accompanying adult during the performance.
What to wear
There is no dress code at Vache Baroque events. Having said that, we always strive to create a festive atmosphere for everyone, so if you feel like it, please do wear your own version of “dressed up”, whatever that may be.
The site is outdoors and most of the terrain is flat. Unless the weather is particularly wet, this is suitable for wheelchair users. There are certain areas of the grounds that are more difficult to access but this would not compromise your experience substantially.
We will endeavour to accommodate your accessibility needs wherever possible, i.e. special parking arrangements, use of a ground floor indoor toilet, reserved picnic area.
Please get in touch with us via email@example.com and we will try to get back to you as soon as possible in order to make special arrangements for your visit.