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St. James’s Piccadilly in London is a church that was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1684, it is often named as his favorite building.

St. James’s hosts free lunchtime recitals of classical music that start at 1.10pm an are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. These free recitals usually last about 50 minutes.

For more information visit www.st-james-piccadilly.org

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Enjoy free concerts in the ‘Djanogly Concert Pitch‘ at the National Theatre from Monday to Saturday in the evening (pre-performance) and at lunch time on Saturdays. Feel free to hum along, tap your toes or just sit back and listen to a lively mix of music from around the world… from cool jazz to upbeat ethnic and much, much more.

Mondays to Fridays at 5.45pm and Saturdays at 1pm & 5.45pm, unless otherwise indicated.

For more details visit www.nationaltheatre.org.uk

The nearest tube station is Waterloo

St Martin in The Fields at Trafalgar Square host free lunchtime concerts and recitals.
Doors open at 12.30pm for a 1.00pm start. Lunchtime concerts normally take place on Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

All the lunchtime concerts are free of charge however there is a suggested donation of £3.50 that goes towards the work of St Martin’s

For more details please visit www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org

The nearest tube station is Charing Cross

The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden is providing tickets for Monday lunchtime concerts absolutely free. Portions of tickets can be resevered in advance and can be collected on the day

These recitals attract significant interest so even if you have reseved tickets make sure you arrive early as the ROH may give your seats away.

Visit www.roh.org.uk for more details


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