We are located in the busy West End of London and, as well as being the Parish Church of Covent Garden, we are also affectionately known as “The Actors’ Church” because of our long association with the theatre community.
This beautiful church built by Inigo Jones, has been here since 1633 and we are also proud to have an attractive churchyard where people can rest and find some peace and quiet in what can be a stressful and busy part of the city.
Services are held every Sunday (at 11am) and most weekdays. We also host as wide variety of theatre memorial services and concerts, totaling almost 300 events last year.
Today's Services and Events
Thursday 22nd February 2018
Brandenburg presents an evening of glorious song, including works by Chilcott& Britten
Ruth and The Dark Lady of the Sonnets
Pegasus Opera continues its journey of presenting excellent opera with diverse casts. RUTH is a story of loyalty is based on the biblical story of Ruth. THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS is based on the one-act comedy by Bernard Shaw. A combustible operatic mixture of the humour of Shaw and a romantic, outstanding biblical tale.
28 February - 04 March>
Jazz Voices: Celebrating Gene Puerling & Singers Unlimited
A feast of close harmony jazz classics from vocal arranger Gene Puerling and Scott Stroman. Eclectic Voices and the Guildhall Jazz Singers present swinging tunes - come and enjoy the hot sweet sound pioneered by the founder of The Hi-Lo's and The Singers Unlimited.
Choirs at Work
Brandenburg presents two of the country’s most dynamic workplace choirsperform a diverse programme of pop, gospel andclassical music
The Sing-Along Piano Party
Free event. An evening of drinks and popular songs around the grand piano with talented music man, Luke Meredith.
Around the World in Eighty Minutes
Traditional songs from UK, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. Let renowned London chamber choir Canticum take you on a world tour, with folksongs and traditional songs from four continents. Favourites such as Danny Boy will feature alongside songs from Mongolia, Nigeria and Japan and the first performance of Hywel Davies’ Five English Folksongs.
A World Extravaganza
An exciting evening presenting the new East15 World Performance graduates.
Hymns to the Mother of God
Including works by Imogen Holst, Roxanna Panufnik and john Tavener and the world premiere of the latest five15 composition by Rebecca Dale.
Bach, JS, St John Passion
Bach: St John Passion
The Easter story in an intimate setting. Choir, orchestra and six soloists combine to run through the full gamut of emotions in this timeless and moving piece of music.
Tara Finney Productions presents a work-in-progress rehearsed reading of new play Maiden Speeches by Hannah Davies
A Festival of Female Voices
Brandenburg would like you to join this evening to celebrate the female voice withtwo of our favourite all-female vocal groups.
Brief Encounters with Addison Jazz
Brandenburg is delighted to welcome back Festival favourites Addison Jazz Choir for this evocative performance.
Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle
Julian Williamson presents Petite Messe Solonelle
Adiemus / Land of My Fathers
Woolwich Singers and Côr Llunsain Brandenburg Choral Festival presents Adiemus / Land of My Fathers This evening’s performance contains two contrastingchoirs showcasing some of the best cho
Brandenburg presents the celebration of the choral motets of J S Bach,and music from composers that inspired him.
BCS Elephant & Castle Choir and Witchert Chorale Brandenburg Choral Festival presents Cantate Domino An evening of devotional a cappella musicTonight’s two choirs come together for a relaxe
From Bach to Betjeman
Brandenburg presents a feast of music and poetry.
Tradewinds and Bellow Fellows Explore the different sounds of tonight’s all-female andall-male a cappella groups Brandenburg Choral Festival presents Choral Contrast Another evening of
Sunday at the Musicals
Paul Burton Productions are proud to be bringing Sunday at the Musicals back to St. Paul’s Church. Both concerts will feature musical theatre singers and members of the London Show Choir, led by Pippa Gearing and Lizzie Deane, performing songs from past and present musicals, accompanied by the pianist, Matt Pallant.
20 May - 27 May>
Shakespeare’s final solo play is the enchanting opening to this year’s outdoor summer season at St Paul's.
20 June - 28 July>
The Three Musketeers
This summer in the grounds of St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden, join d’Artagnan on her secret mission to be the first female Musketeer.
02 August - 02 September>