St Michael & All Angels Church
- Website www.smaaa.org.uk
Designed by famous late-Victorian architect Norman Shaw the foundations for St Michael & All Angels were laid in 1876. Unfortunately the the church was badly damaged during the bombing of London in WWII and the building was renovated and restored during the 60s, 70s and 80s. A new organ was installed in 2013.
The church is within easy walking distance of Turn Green London Underground station. Bus routes 94, 190, 272 and 391 stop nearby.
There are 3 events at this location
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Bach To Baby Family Concert
"Programme: Winter Warmer Featuring: Zivorad Nikolic, classical accordion It's frosty out there! Cosy around the accordion for a hot cup of music blended from the very best of classical and folk traditions. Indulge in dashes of the Argentine sun that's sure to chase away the winter chills. Doors open 30 mins prior to the…
A Carnival Of Animals
An eclectic mix of creature-based choral works including Horovitz's evergreen cantata Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo, madrigals and songs celebrating all things zoological, together with SaintSaëns' Carnival of the Animals which will be performed by two pianists.
Join your local rock choir and sing out. The group rehearses pop, rock and Motown tunes and performs at a variety of events and shows. No prior singing experience is needed and your first taster is free.