St Paul’s Church regularly gets used as a small scale theatre, concert venue and event space and makes a unique environment for your show, concert, event or fundraiser. The main church hall seats approximately 250 persons.
Our other facilities include: 2 chorus dressing rooms (each holding 25 people), 2 principal dressing rooms and a shower room. A professional sound and lighting system which exceeds most technical facilities available in a similar venue. A Young Chang piano and organ. A fully licensed bar and box office.
As well as concerts and events inside the church, we can also host outdoor events in our award-winning gardens. A small oasis in the middle of London, the gardens can be hired for small parties and other events.
For details on hiring the space or filming enquiries please contact Charles Grant (Concert Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Simone Tavoni - Free Lunchtime Concert
Join Simone Tavoni for a free lunchtime concert, a selection of stunning classical piano pieces. Frescobaldi: Toccata no 1 and no 8 Scarlatti: Sonata K22,29,52 Clementi: Sonata op 40 no 2
Songs from the Baroque to the 20th Century - Free Lunchtime Concert
Besa Llugigi presents a selection of songs from from the Baroque to the 20th Century - Free Lunchtime Concert Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) arr. Parisotti: ‘Quella fiamma che m’accende&ap
Concert in Support of Quaker Action - Free Lunchtime Concert
A selection of songs from Isobel Lane in support of Quaker Action Songs by Gustav Mahler Gabriel Faure and Samuel Barber. In support of Quaker Social Action; Quaker Social Action is an inde
London Show Choir in Concert
London Show Choir return live in the West End!
Showcase Extravaganza - East15 BA World Performance
An evening of multicultural fusion, celebrating the New World Performance graduates entering the industry. A collection of highlights from their past work, draw from diverse performance styles and techniques, showing how it is possible to step outside the box and realise new artistic disciplines for theatre and performance expression.