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St. Paul's Church (The Actors' Church), London
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A small church in Covent Garden, St. Paul's Church (The Actors' Church) has earned the nickname "the actor's church" thanks to a close association with the theater community. Built in 1631 according to plans by architect and stage designer Inigo Jones, the church's theatrical roots date back just as far. Today, the church is home to a professional theater company called Iris Theatre. Wander freely through the building to see tributes to all the well-known actors who have passed through the doors, including Charlie Chaplin, Judy Dench, and Gwen Stefani, who even held a wedding here. Work out when and for how long to visit St. Paul's Church (The Actors' Church) and other London attractions using our handy London holiday planner.
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This is a nice little church with some lovely concerts, intimate atmosphere and plaques all round the church which are interesting. Keep an eye out for the church cat, he can often be found asleep som... read more »
Fantastiskt vacker kyrka, så har du intresse för kyrkor bör du gå in en sväng. Upplevde själv dock att det var lite för dyrt. Om du vill besöka de övre delarna av kyrkan (finns 3 våningar uppåt att be... read more »Beautiful church, then you have interest in churches, you should go into a turn. Experienced himself, however, that it was a bit too expensive. If you want to visit the upper reaches of the Church (there are 3 floors up to visit) so my tip is to think about how you are afraid of heights. Once you begin to go so you can only turn when you come on a new plan. When you get to the 3rd floor so you are 87 meters above the ground floor (if I remember correctly) and you walk on the outside of the tower. Powerful, but not for the height.show original
Had a great evening with my husband at the actor's church - to say the performance was a 'wow' is an understatement - if we'd have known how child friendly it was going to be we'd have brought the gra... read more »
Sehr schöne kleine Kirche direkt am Covent Garden Market.
It is a splendid and serene Place.
The church and garden are really lovely, but the people who run the church can be very arrogant and rude. They close the garden randomly, and if you are in there when they decide to close it, they will ask you to leave with a snotty tone and expect you to obey immediately. It doesn't matter what you are doing (eating, relaxing, admiring) they want you out. They've already locked up all of the gates and only give you one option to exit. I felt like a naughty child who shouldn't have been in there the last time this happened to me. It's a shame.
Beautiful church and really good acoustics for live music.
all i want is a room somewhere....love this church
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