Worshipful Company of Carmen

St Dunstan's Heritage Trust

The History of Carmen's Hall

Believed to have been built in 1834 as a Sunday School, it sits between St Dunstan-in-the-West and the one-time site of Sweeney Todd’s barbershop. Above the arched entrance is London’s only 16th century statue of Elizabeth I and those of the mythical King Lud and his sons are positioned within the porch.

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Our vision is only possible with your help.

We have a long road ahead of us. The windows need repairing, we need power, lighting, heating, the walls need plastering and we need flooring. This will cost us an estimated £300,000.00 then all we need is the fixtures fittings and furniture.

Please help us make our vision a reality by making a donation