Situated in the centre of Oxford the Wesley Memorial Church was built in 1878, largely in the Gothic Style. Modern refurbishments combined with the considerable craftsmanship of the original builders have made it a very comfortable and atmospheric place to see music.

Address: New Inn Hall St, Oxford OX1 2DH

Disabled Access: Yes
Bar : No

Bus:  There are very frequent express buses from London. Stagecoach run the Oxford Tube and the Oxford Bus Company run the X90. The Oxford bus station is a few minutes' walk from the church.

Rail:  Trains run from London Paddington Station once or twice an hour, and in the N-S direction from Leamington Spa, Banbury, Birmingham,  and further north. The Oxford centre rail station is about 10 minutes walk from the church. Trains run to the new Oxford Parkway Station from London Marylebone, High Wycombe, and Bicester. The Park and Ride bus station is just outside Oxford Parkway, with buses every 15 minutes to the city centre.

Car: It is best to use the city Park and Ride buses, which drop passengers in the centre, very close to the church, from 5 car parks outside the city. There are car parks for motorists in the centre, but these are very expensive. The Park and Ride is far more economical

Bike: Bike Stands available.