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From tomorrow evening until 16th September we will be hosting an exciting projection installation on the side of the Church between 8-10pm each evening. Along with 5 other locations around the City you will be able to "Discover magical stories as you encounter night projection and spectacle through the City of London" Please click here to find out about the Follow Me project This link will take you to the Bartholomew fair page showing what else is going on in the City

Yesterday, 4 July, was the 400th anniversary of the death of William Byrd, one of Britain's - and the Renaissance's - greatest composers. St Botolph's musicians pay tribute to him at today's Choral Mass by singing his Mass for five voices; the organ voluntary is also by Byrd, and the hymns are all by Byrd's contemporary Orlando Gibbons.

The Churchyard has been home for a number of pieces of art over the years as part of the Corporation of London's "Sculpture in the City" project. The Current piece Muamba Grove 0Hue#1 & #2 by Venessa da Silva was erected in June and will be in place for 12 months. The artist has written the following description Muamba Grove 0Hue#1 & #2 are part of a series of 6 large scale sculptures made of steel, fibreglass, resin and UV paint, the series