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Cadogan Hall

5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

Cadogan Hall - inside Grade II listed, Cadogan Hall is a former Christian Science church completed in 1907 to designs in the Byzantine style by architect Robert Fellowes Chisholm, who also designed the Napier Museum in Kerala, India.

It ceased being a church in the mid-1990s and fell into disuse.  In 2000, it was purchased by Cadogan Estates Ltd and, following internal alterations and refurbishments designed by architects, Paul Davis and Partners, at a cost of some £7.5 million, it reopened as a concert venue in 2004 - a very welcome and stylish addition to the London concert scene.  It can seat an audience of up to 950 with very comfortable seating downstairs and well-padded pew seating in the extensive gallery. 

Wimbledon Choral Society was the first large choir to make use of this new venue shortly after its relaunch.


How to get to the venue

Sloane Terrace is a two minute walk north of Sloane Square and is served by both Sloane Square tube station (District & Circle lines) and several bus routes (11, 19, 22, 137, 211, 319, 360 and C1) that stop in King's Road, Sloane Square or Sloane Street that leads up to Knightsbridge. NCP operates an underground car park in nearby Cadogan Place. Wheelchair access is available to seating in the stalls only. Please refer to the venue's website (above) for further details.

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