St Bartholomew the Great - one of London's Oldest Relics
Date : Thursday 30 May 2013
Location : St Bartholomew's Church, West Smithfield EC1
Time : 18:15 PM
After the Tower of London, St Bartholomew the Great is the most ancient relic in town.
It is steeped in wonderful history and has a potent, extraordinary atmosphere. You can easily imagine ghosts of the past drifting through its heavy Norman arches. It has been used in countless Hollywood blockbusters: Elizabeth, Shakespeare in Love, and Four Weddings and a Funeral.
The wonderful Rose Balston of Art History UK will welcome us for drinks and canapés inside the church followed by a tour of the building.
We have also reserved a table at Smith's of Smithfield for supper afterwards (cost not included).
Cost: £28.00 per person
Limited to 18 people so please book quick! If you are successful at reserving tickets, please email Philippa to confirm if you will be joining us for supper at Smith's of Smithfield after the tour (table booked at 8.30pm).
Please note that we do not accept Amex, Diners and Maestro.
No refunds.No tickets are available for this event.