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Amazing space, how sweet the sound

Union Chapel, an architectural treasure that's home to a working church, an award winning venue, a unique organ and The Margins Project for those homeless and in crisis in London


Due to the current government restrictions, Union Chapel is currently closed as a venue for audiences. 

However, please do check out our In Union pages for details of our live-streamed and filmed events, community programmes and other activities available online now and in the near future.

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We are continuing to explore if, how and when we may be able to re-open for events in some form, and will keep you all updated. 

If you would like to support Union Chapel through these enormously challenging times, please consider donating. 

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Featured

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Organ Reframed: Anna von Hausswolff + Abul Mogard + Ipek Gorgun

World Premiere: Three new works for organ and the London Contemporary Orchestra

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Organ Reframed: Chris Watson and Claire M Singer

World Premiere: An immersive aural journey from Pole to Pole with the London Contemporary Orchestra and Choir

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Organ Reframed: In Conversation

Derek Walmsley with Chris Watson and Claire M Singer

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An introduction to the Orgelbüchlein Project: Christ, der du bist der helle Tag - Ad Wammes

Learn to play a new work: Four online interactive workshops for amateur and aspiring organists

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An introduction to the Orgelbüchlein Project: Gott sei gelobet und gebenedeiet - Bryan Kelly

Learn to play a new work: Four online interactive workshops for amateur and aspiring organists

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An introduction to the Orgelbüchlein Project: Nun ruhen alle Wälder - Jacques van Oortmerssen

Learn to play a new work: Four online interactive workshops for amateur and aspiring organists

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An introduction to the Orgelbüchlein Project: O Traurigkeit, O Herzeleid - Elena Langer

Learn to play a new work: Four online interactive workshops for amateur and aspiring organists