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Posted: Thu Sep 27 2012
Between 1822 and 1854, the crypt beneath
St Pancras Church was used to bury departed Londoners, but since 2002 its atmospheric underground arches and alcoves have hosted an ongoing programme of curated contemporary art exhibitions and events, from large-scale sound installations to a group show on the nature of drawing and even an alternative Christmas grotto. If you get the feeling that you're not alone down there, you're right – the space still houses the interred remains of its 557 original occupants.