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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.

A make-shift van travels through an enchanted forest at twilight. A pair of theatre masks hangs in the front wind shield and a small chimney produces smoke form the side.

29th Jun - 13th Aug

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Experience Shakespeare’s best-loved comedy in the heart of Covent Garden with the award-winning Iris Theatre, celebrate the arrival of Summer and find out whether love really can conquer all.

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1st Sep

Baby Broadway Family Concert

Fun-filled family concerts featuring West End performers singing well-known songs from the shows.

2nd Sep

A Tribute to Julian Bream

St Paul's Church welcomes Matthew Sear to kick off our Autumn Lunchtime season with a selection of guitar pieces handpicked across the span works by Britten, Walton and Sear himself.

6th Sep

London For Groups Live

Featuring the very best that the capital has on offer for you and your group, LONDON FOR GROUPS LIVE comes to you direct from the heart of London's West End. Meet the very best that London has to offer!

7th Sep - 30th Oct

Musicals by Candlelight

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.

9th Sep

Sounds for Ukraine

Sounds for Ukraine is a Fundraising music concert that is providing financial aid for an educational theatre organisation NGO Molotok in Transcarpathia in Ukraine. After the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation the organisation is sheltering and providing trauma work for the internally displaced people (mostly children). 

15th Sep

Vox Ventis Across the Pond

St Paul's Church welcomes Vox Ventis from across the Atlantic to undertake a performance in our lunchtime concert series. Their repertoire draws on a selection of classical, musical and Jazz pieces.

16th Sep

Great pianists of the 19th century

St Paul's Church invites Tyler Hay in an exploration of 4 great pianist/composers from the early to mid 19th century. The programme largely centres around an Italian theme but finishes with the ever popular 2nd Rhapsody by Liszt, the great Hungarian master.

19th Sep

Thank God Its Theatre

St Paul's Church welcomes home our own Theatre Chaplaincy UK’s annual celebration of the theatre community with Thank God Its Theatre.

22nd Sep

Uncovered Opera's Free Lunchtime Recital

Uncovered Opera Company returns to St Paul's Church for their 2022 Autumn Season.  Rising stars meeting the some brilliant familiar faces; a fest for the operatic sense, not to be missed.

23rd - 24th Sep

Requiem to Cancer 2022

Requiem to Cancer - a 24 hour Come and Sing of four Requiems and a specially commissioned life affirming anthem. Every penny raised goes directly to Cancer Research UK and the previous 2 events have already raised in excess of £68.000, help us achieve our goal of making that £100,000

29th Sep

Mozart Fest Opening Concert

An intimate opening concert to begin 2022's Mozart Fest, with Anup Kumar Biswas on Cello and Andrew Campling on Piano presented by Marcel Music.

30th Sep

Mozart Fest Second Concert

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.

1st Oct

Mozart Fest 2022 Final Concert

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.

6th Oct

Songs From The Invisible

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.

7th Oct

John Etheridge’s Sweet Chorus

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