London Mozart Players
The London Mozart Players recorded their first Covid Lockdown performance at St Giles' 4 July 2020 to celebrate the opening of churches for public worship with the easing of restrictions during the Covid 19 pandemic.
New lighting at St Giles’
Over the past few months, a new lighting system has been installed in the church. It allows for the church to be lit in many ways to cater for services, concerts, other activities and to greatly enhance the architecture and unique features of this beautiful building.
View this archive recording of Benjamin Britten’s church parable, Curlew River.
It was performed in St Giles’ Church in November 2013 in Britten's centerary year with Ian Bostridge as the Mad Woman.
St Giles’ circa 1956 and surrounding ruins
Short film made about 1956 of St Giles’ and the surrounding ruins. It shows a 360-degree panorama from the roof of a ruined building to the south – site of the Barber Surgeon’s Hall? Is shows the church very clearly, the desolation of the bombing, a few still recognisable landmarks, and an Underground train running in the open air through the ruins.
The film was taken by the father of Hugh Small who has shared the film, provided the text, and can also be seen in the film, then aged 13.
Slideshow by churchwarden Tim Middleton
One Body, One Faith
PCC member Daniel Gerring discusses OneBodyOneFaith
Palm Sunday 2018
Alex Middleton meets Pancake the donkey
St Luke's and St Giles'
A short slideshow to mark the 50th anniversary of the combined parish of St Luke's and St Giles'
Mollie talks to Katharine Rumens and Natasha Krichefski of LSO St Luke's about worship at St Luke's Old Street
Congratulations to Essa Flett, who has won the Cecil Sharp House senior fiddle contest at the London Fiddle Convention 2015. Her winning performance can be seen below.
The late Frank Major used to give guided tours of the church on Tuesday afternoons. He can be seen here giving an interesting tour to some visitors.