Concerts & Live Events

The church is often used by outside groups for classical and contemporary music concerts, theatre productions, art events and talks.

External events are all arranged and advertised independently by the group hiring the Church, and ticketing information can usually be found on the internet.

We aim to include all external events on our Calendar whenever possible, but we do not manage tickets.

Forthcoming Events

 

Camden Fringe 2014

Camden Fringe Logo

St Giles-in-the-Fields is a venue for the Camden Fringe festival this year.  Applications are currently being taken – more information is available here: http://www.camdenfringe.com/

We will have more details once our bookings have been confirmed!

Free Friday Lunchtime Recitals: Spring-Summer 2014

Our free Friday lunchtime recitals return on 7 February.  All concerts start at 1.10pm and last for 50 minutes.

7th February: Anthony Gritten, organ

7th March: Anthony Gritten, organ

14th March: Marta Dourado, Cello and Ikuko Inoguchi, Piano

21st March: Chris Hatton, clarinet

28th March: Niall O’ Riordan, flute

4th April: Gary Sieling, organ

2nd May: Jonathan Bunney, organ

6th June: Richard Hobson, organ

4th July: Andrew Benson Wilson, organ

 

Nina KanterLieder Recital: A Summer’s Romance 

1 July 2014, 1.10pm
Nina Kanter – Soprano
Julian Charles – Bass-Baritone
James Cheung – Piano
A selection of German songs and duets to take you through a summer’s love story for this first day in July. The programme will last approximately 45 minutes, and include music by Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schumann and Wolf.
Tickets £5, with all proceeds going towards St Giles-in-the-Fields.
For more information on the performers, please see:

Paul Chamberlain Accordion Recital

3 July 2014, 1.10pm
Paul Chamberlain
A selection of works for Accordion.  The programme will last approx. 50 minutes and will include:
Khachaturian – Toccata
Scarlatti – Sonata in G Major (K455)
Angelis – Romance
Zolotariev – Sonata No 2
Piazzolla – Adios Nonino/Libertango
Weber – Konzertstuk

Reviews of recent events at St Giles

“the church at the other end of guitar-store heaven Denmark Street – St Giles-in-the-Fields – known as the Poets’ Church, it’s an ethereal and shadowy building that has hosted performances by Bon Iver and Julianna Barwick as well as poetry readings by Patti Smith (who named it one of her favourite churches in England).” – Time Out
“the wonderfully suitable little spot of intimate calm that is St. Giles-in-the-Fields Church.” – thelineofbestfit.com
“Perhaps it’s the venue, a working Christian church, that brings out these qualities” – guardian.co.uk

For information on hiring the church for your concert please see the Hiring page. The photographs below are from the 2013 St Giles Festival.