To find St. Anne's:​


St. Anne's Church

106 Highgate West Hill

London N6 6AP



Trains: Kentish Town (Northern Line & Thameslink), Archway (Northern Line) or Gospel Oak (Overground)

Buses: C2, C11, 214


Parking is available on Highgate West Hill and surrounding streets, but is limited so please allow enough time to find a space

Disabled Access


Disabled access available for wheelchair users via a portable ramp system. Please advise in advance to avoid delays

St. Michael's Church

St. Michael's, Highgate is the parish church of Highgate village, serving and joined to the local community. St. Michael's stands higher than any other church in London. As you enter you are all but level with the cross on top of St. Paul's Cathedral. It is not an ancient church. It was consecrated and opened for worship on 8th November 1832. The Architect was Lewis Vulliamy (1791-1871). The design was considered to be an outstanding example of the neo-Gothic style, of which the Architect was a pioneer.

St. Michael's has a strong musical tradition. Its accoustics make it an ideal venue for both concerts and recordings.


St. Michael's is located in the centre of Highgate Village. It is served well by local buses and is a 15 minute walk uphill from either Highgate or Archway Tube Stations.

To find St. Michael's:


St. Michael's Church
South Grove
London N6 6BJ



Nearest Tube Stations: Highgate, Archway (both Northern Line)

Buses: 143, 210, 214, 271



Parking is available on the surrounding streets, but is limited 

Disabled Access


St. Michael's Church is easily accessible for wheelchair users

 St. Anne’s Highgate​​​​​​​​​​​​

St. Anne's was designed and built by builder architect William Cubitt in 1853 on commission by Anne Barnett as a memorial to her brother Richard, a local businessman.​


Now St. Anne’s is a lively parish with a mixed congregation of all ages. It has a strong Children’s Church and feeds into St. Michael’s Church of England School in Highgate.​​ 

We were extremely fortunate to have the use of St. Anne's Church and St. Michael's Church - two of the most active and best loved venues in the area. Both churches offer excellent facilities, are well heated and have favourable acoustics.