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Icons & Other Religious Works by Gabrielle Boyle
16th July – 25th July 2019
 
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Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Saturdays from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
Sundays from 12 noon to 4 pm
in the Crypt Hall.
(Access via lift or stairs)
Open Workshop Demonstrations
 
 The Crypt Hall is often occupied for meetings so please check with Parish Office (020 7935 7315 or 07809330592) before planning your visit.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The St Marylebone Festival 2019
20 - 26 July 2019
 
In anticipation of our Changing Lives project, the fourth St Marylebone Festival  (20-26 July 2019) continues our tradition of celebrating our parish's local community and the rich cultural heritage.
 
‘Come and Sing’ Marylebone resident Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man; and explore our connections with famous figures such as Judy Garland, Vaslav Nijinsky, Kathleen Ferrier and Ralph Vaughan Williams. You can transport yourself to a Marylebone of the past by listening to (and even dancing to) music from the 18th Century Pleasure Gardens of Old Marylebone,  and experience a 1920s Marylebone dinner and soirée on the final evening.
Come and help us tell our story!
 
Click here for the Festival website
 
 
 
 

Browning Sunday

Sunday 8 September 2019 

Commemorating the marriage of Elizabeth Moulton Barrett to Robert Browning.
The Choral Eucharist at 11.00am will include a presentation of work by Robert and Elizabeth given by well-known actors. This will be followed by lunch and an afternoon event which will end with Afternoon Tea.

Tickets for Lunch cost £20.  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 020 7935 7315

 
 
 
 
 

Oscar & George On Film
7pm in the Crypt, starting in September 2019
 
A series of six films featuring the works of Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw with introductions by Professor Paul Loosley.
 
For this series Paul Loosley examines the broad cinema canon of a couple of fiercely intelligent playwrights; both Dublin-born, who, while both having much to say about London society. 
 
Oscar Wilde was a confirmed aesthete and a lover of all things beautiful. His work reflected both his self-declared wit and was peppered with Lords and Ladies and set in London townhouses. 
 
George Bernard Shaw on the other hand was a confirmed socialist, pacifist and Christian.  Frowning on the disparity between the idle rich and the hard-working poor, Shaw managed to lighten his burdensome political statements with clever metaphor and an equally superlative wit.
 
Before each screening Paul will discuss each film for approximately 30 minutes, giving insights into the playwright, the play and the production of the film. Altogether an interesting, instructive and enlightening evening that will also contribute to the welfare of one of London’s most historic and beautiful places of worship.
  
Tickets £5 each film or £25 for all 6 screenings can be obtained on the door or via the parish office, telephone: 020 7935 7315, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
More details available here. All proceeds are for the Roof Appeal.
 
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