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I have often walked past the church and admired its architecture. What I did not realise is that it lay derelict for 40 years in the late 20th century until it was restored and given a splendid new roof on a new structure.
Visited for a mini conference and the setting is superb.
Wonderful historic church, architecturallly beautiful and the ideal place for the conference.
Acoustics are excellent and I would love to visit for a music recital.
We visited this venue, as we were attending Bernstein Revealed.
This was a great venue, and it was very comfortable. There were small tables at the front and raked seating further back, plus the balcony, which did appear quite high.
The acoustics were amazing and...More
I had never visited the London Symphony Orchestra’s new home. St. Luke’s near Angel Tube Station makes the ideal home and the acoustics are fantastic for the purpose with the few obvious adaptations which have been made.
My visit was to take part as a...More
I've been here during a convention. The location is just amazing! The atmosphere was great, and all the organisation of that event was perfect. St' Luke's is really close to the tube, and around it there are a lot of interesting buildings, if you are...More
The hall was almost full. We heard today a very young pianist who gave us pieces of Mozart and Chaykovsky. The BBC has done a very good job. There are the chairs in the stalls and also an upstairs galleria.
I recommend it with all...More
I attended a free lunchtime concert as a prelude to the forthcoming Shakespeare 400 events taking place this year. I have never been to this concert hall before and was pleasantly surprised, as this former derelict building has been restored to perfection, the building had...More
St. Luke's is an eighteenth century church on the north side of Old Street. As befits its proximity to a high-tech hub, it has long since been deconsecrated, then resurrected with concrete, steel and glass as a recording venue for the London Symphony Orchestra as...More