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Saint James, Clerkenwell

19 October 2017

Clerkenwell Close
London
EC1R 0EA

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Built in 1792 on the site of an earlier church which in medieval times had been part of a nunnery, this Georgian-style building with excellent acoustics in a secluded setting in the heart of Clerkenwell has often been used for recordings. The church has frequently found itself caught up in the area’s lively history as an ‘urban village’ that was traditionally a place of protest just outside the Square Mile, and today maintains a strong commitment to its values of ‘Community, Discovery and Engagement’.

Underground

Farringdon (7 minute walk)

Bus Routes

19, 38, 55, 243, 341

Please note that although the church is fully accessible via a ramp, there are currently no disabled access toilet facilities on site.

LSO St Luke’s

Saint James Clerkenwell

 

10 to 12 January 2020

info@baroqueattheedge.co.uk

c/o PO Box 526
Harpenden
AL5 9FA

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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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