St Giles Camberwell

St Giles Church

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  • From £125
  • 400 Standing
  • From £125
  • 400 Standing

Space description

St Giles is Camberwell's most beautiful and eclectic concert venue. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott (who built St Pancras Station) it is a gothic masterpiece and the perfect place to hold concerts and live music. We are the Union Chapel of South London.

With a capacity of 400 but around 350 seated in pews, we hold a wide range of concerts and performances, ranging from classical music, to cinema, and live bands. We also host the legendary Organoke, karaoke with a church organ.

We have a bar at the back of the church or you can provide your own.





More about St Giles Church

A beautiful Grade 2* listed church in Camberwell. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, who went on to design the St Pancras Station, it was his first church built in the Gothic Revival Style and opened in 1844. The stained glass window behind the altar was designed by John Ruskin. The church seats 400 people in fixed pews giving it a cathedral-like appearance.