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LSO St Luke’s

19 October 2017

161 Old Street
London
EC1V 9NG

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With its superbly realised marriage of 18th- and 21st-century architecture, LSO St Luke’s makes a fitting principal venue for Baroque at the Edge. A Grade 1-listed Hawksmoor church consecrated in 1733, it was restored and re-opened in 2003 as the home of the London Symphony Orchestra’s vibrant community and music education programme, LSO Discovery. As well as LSO rehearsals it plays host to a diverse selection of concerts and has seen artists and groups perform from across the spectrum: from Elton John, Sting and Bruce Springsteen to BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts, Asian Music Circuit and Dame Evelyn Glennie.

Underground

Old Street (5 minute walk)
Barbican (10 minute walk)
Moorgate & Farringdon (15 minute walk)

Bus Routes

4, 56, 153 Barbican
21, 43, 76, 141, 214 Moorgate/City Road
55 243 Old Street

Parking

The Barbican’s on-site car parks, also convenient for LSO St Luke’s and Saint James, cost £9 from 5pm on weekdays and £9 per day at weekends.

Cafe/Bar

The LSO St Luke’s Cafe/Bar will be open throughout the weekend, one hour before the concerts and half an hour before the Sunday morning workshop, selling a range of hot and cold drinks and snacks.

LSO St Luke’s

Saint James Clerkenwell

 

10 to 12 January 2020

info@baroqueattheedge.co.uk

c/o PO Box 526
Harpenden
AL5 9FA

Registered in England
Registered charity number: 1175166

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Artistic Director: Lindsay Kemp

Festival Manager: Lucy Bending

Festival Branding: Baxter and Bailey

 

 

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