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, totalling almost 300 events last year.
Marcel Music presents a bespoke, second Lunchtime Concert for Mozart Fest; singer Carolina Hock and pianist Andrew Campling present a handful of pieces from Mozart and others.
Join us for Mozart's deeply-moving Requiem in D Minor K626, a work full of dramatic fire and tender lyricism. Our concert also includes Mozart's fine Piano Concerto in C major, K415, composed in Vienna in 1782-3 for one of Mozart's subscription concerts. Andrew Campling's 'A time to mourn; and a time to dance' completes the programme.
The Actors Church is delighted to welcome Iñigo Galiano and Azima Melita Kolin to perform a selection of classical pieces along with works of poetry from across the globe.
John Etheridge presents his world-famous tribute to his mentor Stephane Grapelli.
Musicals by Candlelight invites you to sit back, relax and experience the world’s most beloved musical theatre compositions performed by a live string quartet in the heart of London’s West End.
Join us at The Actors' Church for a presentation of composed pieces by pianist Daniel Johnson.
Mike Guy brings a celebration of the music of arguably the world’s greatest accordionist Richard Galliano.
The Actors' Church is delighted to welcome back Baby Gospel. An uplifting family concert of soul, Motown and gospel music, featuring the astonishing vocal talents of London’s CK Gospel Choir.
Celebrating the power, precision and poignancy of Schütz on his anniversary, Join London Oriana at The Actors' Church for their Autumn Concert.
The British Clarinet Ensemble conducted by Elizabeth Worth is welcomed to Covent Garden and the Actors' Church for their Autumn Concert.
The first concert of the Voces Festival 2022, celebrating Chilean & Latin American culture in the UK with musicians Jorge Campos, Rastko Rašić, Juan Contento, Aitzi Cofre Real and the youth ensemble ECCO (Ethnic Contemporary Classical Orchestra), alongside the poets Paloma Zozaya Gorostiza, Mabel Encinas and Leo Boix.
In celebration of our musical connections and collaborations the Voces Festival presents an exciting programme with the Andover Museum Loft Singers performing traditional English songs in three- or four-part unaccompanied harmony. Followed by a vibrant virtuoso set of Latin American and European music and songs from renowned Anglo-Chilean group Quimantu.
Join us at The Actors' Church as the Anglo Portuguese Society takes you through a musical journey which will invoke forgotten memories, subconscious thoughts, emotions, and interests. At the end of the evening the power of music would have left its own unique imprint on each one of us.
Uncovered Opera Company members return again to the Actors Church for an exciting lunchtime recital of scenes and arias from their forthcoming production of abridged versions of Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier and Ariadne auf Naxos.
Eclectic Voices returns to The Actors' Church for their Autumn concert at the Actors' Church
The Actors' Church is delighted to welcome The Italian Cultural Association 'Il Circolo' as they present the exceptional pianist Antonio Morabito.
Musicke in the Ayre celebrate the reunion of Spanish soprano Olalla Vargas with Wiltshire-based lutenist/luthier Din Ghani at St Paul's Church Covent Garden.
The Actors Church welcomes back our beloved London Docklands Singers as the choir celebrates its 30th anniversary with a performance of Handel's Messiah.
Kick off your Christmas with Black Dog Theatre Creation's production of A Christmas Carol, Charles Dicken's classic tale of magic, redemption and seasonal stories.
The renowned ‘London Django Collective’ explore the legacy of Django Reinhardt, by performing some of their impressive original catalogue.
Vasari returns to St Paul's Church and are really delighted to be singing a carol concert packed, in time-honoured fashion, with old favourites and new music.