This covers tuition, bed and breakfast, concerts, tea, coffee and dinner, plus lunch on Saturday 8th August.
The non-residential fee is £615 which includes all of the above, apart from bed and breakfast.
This covers tuition, bed and breakfast, concerts, tea, coffee and dinner.
The non-residential fee is £590 which includes all of the above, apart from bed and breakfast.
To apply for one or both of the courses, please fill out the course application form and either send a scanned copy as an attachment in an email, or post it to
You can either pay online (see below) or send payment by cheque with your application form. If you would prefer to pay by bank transfer, please email to request bank details.
Please read the Conditions of booking before completing this form.
You can make a payment online at our secure facility at Paypal using the form below. (Please contact us before you make a payment this way.) Don't forget to fill in your name and contact details.
Our courses are held at Sidney Sussex College (founded in 1596), in the heart of the world-famous University of Cambridge. The main attractions of the ancient city are within a very short walk of the College. Teaching rooms and accommodation for participants is provided in College. Most bedrooms are comfortably-furnished single study-bedrooms with wash-hand basins and tea-making facilities, with shared shower/bath facilities. Single and twin-bedded ensuite rooms are also available, for an extra charge: see application form. Internet access is provided in all bedrooms. Breakfast, dinner, morning coffee and afternoon tea with biscuits are provided for residents. Non-residents are also welcome, and are provided with dinner, coffee and tea. If you wish you can request a daily lunch of sandwiches and fruit.
More information is on the Sidney Sussex College website.
Most parts of the college used for the course are wheelchair-accessible. Please let us know if you need a room near a lift or on the ground floor.
Cambridge is easily reached by air via Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton or Cambridge airports. Bus services run from all airports, and train services from Heathrow and Gatwick; the fast train takes about an hour from London (King's Cross or Liverpool Street). Car traffic and parking are severely restricted in Cambridge. Some traffic restrictions are lifted on Sundays. We regret that no parking spaces are available to course members at Sidney Sussex College. Cars may unload at the King Street entrance and then park elsewhere (we will try to arrange parking space for participants in Grange Road). More travel information and course details will be sent to all successful applicants in June. A map of Cambridge may be found at www.cam.ac.uk/map
Dinner and breakfast are provided in Sidney's handsome dining hall. Lunch will not be provided by Sidney, but if you wish you can sign up for a sandwich, fruit and drink which will be delivered each morning (see application form: the cost is £20 for each week), or find your own lunch in the nearby shops, market or cafés. NB lunch on 8th August is provided, at or near the concert venue (Baroque course).
Bed and breakfast at Sidney may be available before or after your course, or for guests, at £50 per night, per head (£75 for ensuite). Please list on the booking form any additional nights you wish to stay. Extra dinners may also be booked during the period 2-14 August), at £17 each. Coffee or tea and biscuits for guests cost £3 each. VAT is chargeable for guests.
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