Have you ever considered listening to some music inside St. Paul's Cathedral? It makes a nice change from all the usual venues like the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall.
Every Sunday they invite one of the world's finest organists to play on the Grand Organ. It's totally free and you don't need a ticket, so it's a great way of sneaking a peek inside the cathedral. You won't be able to see the entire cathedral, though -- just the central area where they place the seating.
If this appeals to you then we also recommend attending the choral Evensong service. Read Craig's review of the Evensong service to see how special it is.
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Craig’s review – “One of the things that I have always liked about St. Paul's Cathedral is the lousy piece of street planning outside the front door. As you walk up Ludgate Hill you'll expect to see the grand facade block off the top like a great barn door, but with the way the street curves over the brow all you get is three-quarters of the front. It's the worst piece of street planni… continued”
Read Craig’s St. Paul’s review
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If you enjoy classical concerts at St. Paul’s, then here are some other events you might like…
Iolanthe at London Coliseum – 17th February to 7th April 2018
Lunchtime concerts at St. Martin-in-the-Fields – 2nd March Ó 4th May 2018 (selected dates only)
Vivaldi’s 4 Seasons — with candles and puppets – 9th March to 21st April 2018
La Traviata at London Coliseum – 16th, 22nd, 24th, 28th, 31st March, 3rd, 5th, 8th, 11th and 13th April 2018
Boulez, Bartok, Stravinsky, Debussy and Ewan Campbell – 25th March 2018
Half Six Fix — Stravinsky and Debussy’s ‘La Mer’ – 28th March 2018