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Respected ensembles and concert pianists also visit for evening performances ranging from £12-£28.St James's Piccadilly, 197 Piccadilly, W1J 9LL Mirroring the famous Covent Garden market is the lovely St Paul's, or as it’s known in the industry, The Actor’s Church.The drinks flow also — perfect conditions for exploring on a summer evening or weekend.
5 This is one of the most well known songs of all time. Or pop back after work to catch a large-scale symphonic concert or choral music in one of central London’s grandest surroundings. Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, SE1 9DA Sitting in illustrious company on the South Bank, the Southbank Centre has managed to maintain its 1950s pedigree and reputation for pulling in big names through a major renovation.Alongside national orchestras of many countries around the globe and world famous performers, the hall celebrates just about any form of music for great prices.This atmospheric space offers free organ recitals and choral performances any day of the week, with donations gratefully accepted.The best time is after sunset when they get the candles out.