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The Chapel at Stonor, perhaps the most important 'Recusant' Catholic house in England.
We always perform in a liturgical context, but we aren't tied to a particular college or parish. We sing all over Oxfordshire.

We sing in college chapels occasionally. Within Oxford we have over the years sung in the Catholic churches of St Aloysius (the Oxford Oratory), SS Gregory & Augustine's (north Oxford), and St Anthony of Padua (Headington), the Priory Church of the Holy Spirit, Blackfriars (the Dominican house in Oxford), and SS Edmund & Frideswide (Greyfriars).

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Bl. J.H. Newman's chapel at Littlemore, where we sang Vespers for a pilgrimage.
Outside Oxford we have have sung at the stunning little Church of St Birinus, Dorchester on Thames, the Shrine of Our Lady of Caversham (near Reading) and St William of York, Reading (for the Fraternity of St Peter, which has a base there).

St Birinus, Dorchester-on-Thames, with its fabulous gilded Rood Screen.
We also sing at several historic Catholic houses in Oxfordshire: Mapledurham, Milton Manor, and Stonor. Houses such as these maintained secret chapels when Catholicism was persecuted, and built (or redecorated) public chapels in the 18th Century when this became safe to do. All are occupied by the historic Catholic families which have looked after them for centuries.

The 'Strawberry Hill Gothick' chapel of Milton Manor House, from the choir loft.