Events

2022 Forthcoming events

Hallo everyone! St George's monthly talks are now on-line which means you don't have to leave home on a wet night and sit in a hard eighteenth century box-pew to attend!

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Tuesday, 17th May, 7pm

Bach and the Lutheran Church


A talk on the relationship between the German language religion and the greatest composer of all time

Philip Norman FRCO, the former organist of St George's German Lutheran Church in Whitechapel London, presents an illustrated lecture on the relationship between the religion established by Martin Luther in 1516 and the great German composer Johann Sebastian Bach who lived 200 years later.

Tickets are £5 only. Get your tickets HERE

Tuesday, 21st June, 7pm

The Spitalfields Trust

Oliver Leigh-Wood, Administrator of the Spitalfields Trust, report on 40 years of preservations work in London E1

But for the Spitalfields Trust much of London's historic East End would have been long since sold to developers.Administrator Oliver Leigh-Wood tells the story of forty years of preserving and repairing beautiful buildings and gives particular insight into the history of one of the best known residences - Dennis Severs' House. The pictures above and below are of 5-7 Elder Street, which the speaker and others squatted in four decades ago to prevent their being bulldozed.

Tickets are £5 only. Get your tickets HERE

2022 Forthcoming events.

More Details coming closer to the date

Tuesday, 19th July, 7pm London in the 1980s

Alec Forshaw gives a talk on East London in the last decade of St George's life as a regular Lutheran church.

Tuesday, 20th September, 7pm The Berlin wall: My Part in its Downfall

A talk by former Berlin correspondent of the Daily Telegraph Daniel johnson

Tuesday, 18th October, 7pm Lost Warriors

A talk by writer and conservationist Philip Davis

Tuesday, 15th November, 7pm Minna Wagner, daughter of Richard

Musicologist Eva Rieger, daughter of Pastor Reiger, on the female offspring of another famous German

Tuesday, 20th December, 7pm The Ghost of Future Past

Author Will Self on the writer WG Sebald and the trauma of modernity

Past events

Wednesday 8th December

19:00

Christmas Carols by the London Gallery Quire - In Person Only

Our most favorite time of the year - celebrating the festive season with Christmas Carols by the London Gallery Quire. Come and enjoy with a warm cup of Glühwein (Mulled wine)!

You can find more information about the Quire, HERE

£7 at the door, to help upkeep our precious building!