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St Luke's Music Society

About the Society

Founded in 2003, St Luke's Music Society is a local not-for-profit organisation that promotes a concert series each year in St Luke's Church, South Battersea. It has a growing reputation for attracting and promoting a wide range of performers, from local musical organisations to internationally recognised artists. Performers in recent series have included Cleo Lane, the late Humphrey Littleton, John Williams, The Sixteen, Jacqui Dankworth, Nicola Benedetti and Sir Willard White.

The Society is managed by:

Derek Carden - Artistic Director
Antony Lewis-Crosby - General Manager
Pippa MacDonald - Secretary
Liz Bracken - Friends Secretary
Liz Butler - Box Office Manager
Jem Stagg - Stage Manager
Tim Walker - Treasurer

St Luke’s Music Society is supported by St Luke’s Parochial Church Council.

 

The Venue

St Luke's ChurchSt Luke's Church is a lively, growing congregation that serves in the Anglican Diocese of Southwark between Wandsworth and Clapham Commons. For more information, please visit the St Luke's Website.

Modelled on an Italian basilica and built in the 1880s, the church has superb acoustics and provides a very beautiful venue for any kind of music, with an an audience capacity of about 450. The facilities of the new Community Hall, adjacent to the church, are available to members of the audience and there is an excellent sound system and loop system. Access is provided for all.

 

 

 

Directions to St Luke's

Address: St Luke's Church, Thurleigh Road, London, SW12 8RQ

St Luke's Church is on the corner of Thurleigh and Ramsden Roads London SW12. Clapham South Underground Station (Northern Line) and local bus routes are within easy reach, and there is ample unrestricted parking in adjoining streets when concerts are on.