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

COVID 19​​​​​​​​​​​​

HICMF will continually monitor and follow government advice with regards to the Covid 19 pandemic. The 2021 festival is currently planned to be held without major social distancing, though it may operate at a slightly reduced overall capacity in order to facilitate a little more space for everyone. Early booking is recommended. To help keep everyone safe, audiences are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings for the duration of their visit, to use hand sanitiser upon entry to the venue.  

 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.​​ 

All HICMF 2021 concerts will take place at St Anne's Church - one of the best loved venues in the area. The church is heated and has beautifully clear acoustic for chamber music.