This working church is one of the oldest sites of worship in Britain. It's also among London's most spectacular intimate venues, thanks to a packed gig calendar and a white-and-gold interior with a capacity of just 120.
St Pancras Old Church
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191 Pancras Rd
|Transport:||Tube: King's Cross|
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Fay Hield & The Hurricane Party
Member of a cappella group the Witches Of Eastwick and partner of Jon Boden (who appears on her recent debut album 'Looking Glass'), Hield sings skilled folk songs with her band THP.Monday February 15 2016 - Saturday June 18 2016Read more
The Manchester-based singer-songwriter plays soul, blues, Americana and country. With support from Megan O'Neill and Jo Rose.Funk, soul and disco Thursday February 18 2016Read more
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Quite a surprising venue for a gig, but it certainly works. We saw The Cadbury Sisters play here and the sound was fabulous.
Folk On worked this venue very well considering how small it is. I know the gig was sold out well in advance. The audience participation and joyous, inclusive nature of the bands performance made this a brilliant and hilarious night out in Londontown.