Although most churches permit photography, many cathedrals ban it — including St Paul’s Cathedral, but that is about to change, for one evening only.
For a charge of £10, there will be an evening after hours opportunity to take photos within the building itself — something usually forbidden by stern admonishments from wandering volunteers to unwitting tourists.
There is also a competition, associated with the event, but for many, its the rare opportunity to stare at the opulent interior through the camera lens that will appeal the most.
The event takes place on the evening of 8th April 6:15pm to 8:30pm
Book tickets here
The event is limited to 300 people, so it shouldn’t be too crowded inside.
Article last updated: 9 March 2022 09:18
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