Appeals and Support
It costs an average of £100,000 annually to keep St Paul’s Church open and this is a constant challenge. Any donations you are able to give are very gratefully received. Please, if you are a UK taxpayer consider using Gift Aid.
Beyond our daily need to meet running costs of the church we have various projects and appeals throughout the year we choose to support. These are highlighted to the left for you consideration.
If you wish to make a gift in remembrance of a loved one please contact the Rector, Simon Grigg, on 02078365221
Please note: We are no longer able to accept gifts of remembrance benches, because the garden is now full.
To make a donation online, please visit - https://actorschurch.ticketsolve.com/products/donation where you can securely do so.
Sunday at the Musicals - Concert One
Paul Burton Productions are pleased to be bringing Sunday at the Musicals back to The Actors’ Church in Covent Garden, London.
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
Join Paul Burton Productions as they present Pygmalion in its historic home of Covent Garden at the Actors' Church.
Baby Gospel - Family Concert
An uplifting family concert of soul, Motown and gospel music, featuring the astonishing vocal talents of London’s CK Gospel Choir.
Platform - Jack Miles & Friends
PLATFORM is Iris Theatre’s new initiative to champion breakout artists taking the next steps in their professional life. This event series will see the company host regular showcase nights that will run throughout 2021, spotlighting performers from a variety of disciplines. PLATFORM is open for expressions of interest all year round. If you are interested in becoming a PLATFORM artist, then you can head to our website to find more information, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rare and Revered
Join us for an evening of operatic arias and duets, in support of Help Musicians, the charity for professional musicians. Favourites from La bohème, Don Giovanni and La Traviata will be performed alongside wonderful, but less well known works that deserve to be heard.