St Barnabas Summer Proms

Popular classics providing perfect entertainment

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St Barnabas church hosts its 4th summer prom series, including an ever-popular "Last Night" with all the favourites.

The fourth series of St Barnabas Summer Proms will be held from Saturday July 20th to Friday August 9th 2013, with 12 concerts - 10 evening and 2 lunchtime concerts, ending with a ‘Last Night of the Proms’ Gala Concert on Friday August 9th.

The emphasis is on popular classics played by well-known musicians, providing perfect entertainment for summer evenings in Ealing. Concerts are held ‘in the round’, with the piano and musicians in the centre of the nave, so everyone is reasonably close to the performers. We have a superb Bosendorfer concert grand, used by the BBC at Maida Vale studios for broadcasts, and a state-of-the-art projection system and big screen so that everyone can see the musicians at close quarters.

The church is very large and admission is guaranteed to all events. There is ample free parking in nearby streets. All proceeds will go towards St Barnabas church funds. We need to raise over £100,000 following the installation of our new organ.


Address: St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, W5 1QG

Prices: Admission for each evening concert will be £10 (£5 for young people), except for the ‘Last Night’ Gala which will be £20. No tickets will be sold beforehand – just turn up !

St Barnabas Church: The large parish church of St Barnabas, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing is a large, imposing Grade II- listed building, situated in the famous Brentham Estate, and built circa 1915. The architect was Ernest Shearman, who had already designed St Matthew, Wimbledon Park (destroyed in the Second World War) and St Silas, Kentish Town. The design is strikingly original, a stark late Gothic Revival, offset by exuberant flowing tracery, with odd, stunted towers between transepts and chancel, and a rounded apse.

Location : St Barnabas church is on the corner of Pitshanger Lane and Denison Road, in North Ealing. Its postcode is W5 1QG. Parking is always available on neighbouring streets, and there are no meters or residential parking schemes. The nearest tube stations are Ealing Broadway (on the Central and District Lines) and Hanger Lane (on the Central Line). From Ealing Broadway, use the E2 or E9 bus services. Taxis are also available outside Ealing Broadway tube station. The church is a 15 minute walk along Brunswick Road from Hanger Lane tube.


18th June 2013


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