We welcome everyone to attend a service or concert, enjoy a meal and shopping and explore our beautiful historic and modern architecture.
Our central London cafés are the perfect place to escape from a busy day out in the capital.
A great place to find fairtrade, unique, affordable gifts and souvenirs that hit just the right note.
Explore our permanent works of art, seasonal art exhibitions or create your own work of art with traditional brass rubbing.
Formed in 2007, The Ńorthern Lights Symphony Ørchestra presents professional concerts at the highest level both in the UK, and worldwide.
Revd Dr Sam Wells explores the story and the meaning behind the music of our religious heritage, with St Martin’s Voices (directed by Andrew Earis).
An hour-long exploration of extracts from Mendelssohn’s most famous oratorio.
In the exciting final to the St Martin’s Chamber Music Competition 2019, three ensembles will compete for the Grand Prize (Bloomsbury Quartet, Brompton Quartet, Pocket Sinfonia).
Join the Brandenburg Sinfonia and pianist Adam Johnson for exciting performances of works by Mozart, Handel and Beethoven - part of the Sound of St Martin's Series.
An hour-long exploration of Allegri’s Miserere, alongside other related music.
The Medici Choir return to the Festival for this musical feast at St Martin's. Michael Cayton conducts with orchestral accompaniment provided by the festival's resident orchestra, the Brandenburg Sinfonia.