Are you looking for a film venue? St Giles’ could be the answer.
“The last imaginable little memory there of that vanished City that Shakespeare knew.”
A perpendicular Gothic church with an open nave and side aisles. There are Sunday services and daily worship.
Versatile space used for concerts, recitals, teaching, lectures, theatre performances, children’s workshops, community days. Excellent acoustics. .
Distinctive stone work tower with brick top stage and turret.
Large tiled churchyard with lakes and trees on both sides of the church. Disabled access via slope into the church.
Connected with many famous people: John Milton, John Speed, Martin Frobisher, Robert Glover, Bishop Lancelot Andewes, Edward Alleyn, John Foxe and Oliver Cromwell.
Space under the Tower looking east into the main body of the church
Kitchen area – also 2 toilets with wash basins in this area (1 with disabled access)
For further information and guidelines contact the Parish Administrator to discuss your requirements on 020 7638 1997.