St Clement Eastcheap
Suitable as a music and filming studio as well as for groups up to 60
Only a 2min walk from Bank Station, off Lombard Street, down St Clements Lane. This Grade 1 listed church, full of original features, was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London, by Christopher Wren, the architect of St Paul’s Cathedral. St Clement Eastcheap considers itself to be the church referred to in the nursery rhyme that begins “Oranges and lemons / Say the bells of St Clement’s”.
Available rooms for hire
The Church Nave: Versatile seating of max 60 with new stackable chairs and nesting tables. Dedicated lease-line with fiber speeds often above 100MB/sec. It has an open plan kitchenette and three accessible loos. There are a couple of steps that lead into the Nave.