Those with the stamina for an alternative London marathon this Good Friday can hear the St Matthew Passion (probably first performed on Good Friday 1727) at St George Hanover Square (built 1720-25) (14:30 to approx 18:30) and then….
… head to S. Paul Deptford (built 1713-30) for the St John Passion (first performed on Good Friday 1724) (19:30) or…
… to St John Smith Square (built 1713-28) for the Mass in B minor (assembled in its present form in 1749) (19:30).
Hard copies of the 1711 Walk flyer are now available at Dr Johnson’s House and will shortly be available at many of the Queen Anne Churches.
The National Chuches Trust has added details of 1711 Walk and the 1711 Fund to its website.
…the magnolias are in bloom outside St Mary le Strand and the 1711 Walk website is now live.
Light streams through the new windows at St Mary le Strand
…will go live on All Fools’ Day 2011.
In the meantime, you can find 1711 Walk on Facebook or contact the originator of 1711 Walk.