Soho was a very different place when the Chapel of St Barnabas was completed in 1864. Now, nipping into this holy spot off rowdy Greek Street feels like stepping from the ridiculous into the sublime. The chapel’s architects were inspired by the rustic majesty of the medieval Montmajour Abbey in the south of France, and created a simple yet wonderful place for worship, which is now also used for gigs.
|Venue name:||The Chapel of the House of St Barnabas|
1 Greek St
|Transport:||Tube: Tottenham Ct Rd|
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