St Pancras Old Church

Working church which also hosts live music

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General information

St Pancras Old Church
Pancras Road
NW1 1UL

Tel: 020 7387 4193

Website: oldstpancrasteam.wordpress.com/old-st-pa...

Directions from outside the front of King's Cross and St Pancras stations:

Turn right into Euston Road and pass in front of St Pancras station. Turn right into Midland Road. Go about 700 metres up Midland Road (which becomes Pancras Road after the end of the station building). St Pancras Old Church is on the right.

Description:
There has been a church here since the 4th century, although the current building mostly dates from the late 19th Century. The churchyard is a peaceful and interesting open place to explore and contains the fascinating Hardy Tree, as well as having associations with Charles Dickens, the poet Shelley and The Beatles (see the church's Wikipedia page for more information). In 2010 St Pancras Old Church started holding concerts by artists including James Blake and Emmy the Great and has acquired a license to serve alcohol.

Opening times:

The church is open every day

Events & Nightlife

Type of event: Live music (see Events & Nightlife to find events here)

Visitor information

Entry fee: The church is free to visit, concerts are ticket-only

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