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St Nicholas Church

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The Vicarage
Chiswick Mall, W4 2PJ United Kingdom

November 2021

Friends of St Nicholas Church talk – Sir Christopher Wren and the Rebuilding of London

November 18 @ 7:00 pm GMT
St Nicholas Church, The Vicarage
Chiswick Mall, W4 2PJ United Kingdom
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Join church historian Janet Gough for her extensively illustrated review of how Sir Christopher Wren through his rebuilding of 51 churches and the daring and modern domed St Paul’s cathedral restored confidence in the King and government after the disastrous Plague of 1665 and the Great Fire of 1666. You will consider the challenging circumstances of the late 17th century in England, and meet Sir Christopher Wren and the talented group of craftsmen and artists whom he worked with. And…

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Violin, Piano & Cello Concert

November 21 @ 3:00 pm GMT
St Nicholas Church, The Vicarage
Chiswick Mall, W4 2PJ United Kingdom
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Doris Kuo (violin), Craig White (piano) and Idlir Shyti in concert followed by a sale of tea & cakes. Programme: Debussy: Piano Trio in G Major Ravel/White: “Opera Suite for Piano Trio” Selection from Piazzola’s four seasons. Tea/Coffee and Cake after the concert will be £4. All proceeds to the St Nicholas Church Development Fund for repair of the outside stonework Tickets £10 Book tickets: available on the door (Cash or card) or at eventbrite.co.uk All events in Chiswick See…

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December 2021

History Walk – Chiswick Through the Ages

December 4 @ 11:00 am1:30 pm GMT
St Nicholas Church, The Vicarage
Chiswick Mall, W4 2PJ United Kingdom
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Walk with radicals, writers, artists and outlaws through Chiswick’s evolution from a rural fishing village, to the cultural hub it is today. Join Joe Scott on a journey through Chiswick’s history, from St Nicholas’ church by the banks of the Thames to The Tabard pub by Turnham Green station. You will walk with radicals, writers, artists and outlaws through this neighbourhood’s evolution from a rural Thames-side village, to cultural hub with the twists and turns of conflict, commerce and both…

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