Vox patris caelestis: The Tudor glories of St Mary at Hill
William Mundy, Vox patris caelestis
Antiphons and motets by Thomas Tallis, William Cornysh and Mundy
St Mary at Hill, 7.30pm, Saturday 2 July 2011
Entry: £12 (£5 student with ID)
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Church information, including map, here:
The church entrance can be difficult to find. Although the front of the church can be seen on Lovat Lane, this door may not be open. If so, approach from the street called St Mary at Hill, looking for a small gateway in the brick wall halfway down.
Public transport and parking: You are advised to travel by tube to Bank-Monument stations (Central, Circle, District, Northern, Waterloo & City), exiting through the Monument exit and approaching from Eastcheap. You can also use DLR to Bank or Tower Gateway. Fenchurch Street and London Bridge are within walking distance. Numerous buses also pass close by.
Parking at the off-peak rate of £2.50 a day may be found in City of London car parks, information here