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London – st Martin Church on Ttrafalgar Square

If you are visiting at London this summer there are so many things to do at St Martin’s and in the Trafalgar Square area.
St Martin’s has recently been restored inside and out and the beautiful church exterior can be admired from across the Square. Once inside, many of the 18th century features of James Gibbs’ architectural masterpiece have been refurbished to their original Baroque splendour.

For activities in the surrounding area why not visit the National Gallery to take in the permanent collections, daily and special events and their summer exhibition entitled “Radical Light: Italy’s Divisionist Painters 1891-1910” (18 June – 7 September).
Across Trafalgar Square from St Martin’s discover a specially commissioned exhibition for the London Festival of Architecture at Canada House – “Vancouverism: New Westcoast Architecture and City-building” (24 June – 10 September).
In Trafalgar Squarer itself there are many events over Summer that are open to everyone, such as the Royal Opera House screenings and the Trafalgar Square Summer Festival.
An evening musical event finishes off the perfect day with jazz in the Crypt on Wednesdays and Concerts by Candlelight on Thursdays-Saturdays.

Saturday 16 August
7-30 Mozart and Handel
New London Soloists Orchestra
Mia Cooper (Violin)
Tickets: f25 f22 f18 f12 f6

Monday 18 August
1-00 Lunchtime Concert
Park Lane Group Young Artists Series
Eulalie Charland (violin) and Maiko Mori (piano)
Free

Tuesday 19 August
1-00 Lunchtime Concert
Free

Wednesday 20 August
8-00 Brass Volcanoes
Brass, saxophones and drums mix the favours of New Orleans jazz with funk, blues and Latin spice.
Tickets: f8 (reserved), f5 (unreserved)

Thursday 21 August
Vivaldi – Four Seasons
London Musical Arts Orchestra
Michel Gershwin Violin
Tickets: f22 f18 f14 f10 f6

Friday 22 August
1-00 Lunchtime Concert
Free

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