Everyone’s welcome at Daylight Music, it’s an all-ages event. The venue is accessible to wheelchair users and buggies.
Even the intervals are magical. While you enjoy a cup of coffee, you’ll be entertained by anything from chiming soundscapes to the Super Mario Brothers theme tune played on the historic Henry Willis organ.
And even the food and drink is special: the quiches, rolls and cakes are made and served by the Margins Project café, which supports London’s homeless people.
Daylight Music is housed by Union Chapel, which is one of London’s best-loved music venues, renowned for its fabulous acoustics and glorious Gothic architecture.
With brilliant musicians, a magical atmosphere and delicious food in one of London’s greatest music venues, Daylight Music is the perfect way to spend a lazy Saturday afternoon.
Daylight Music’s Spring Season starts Saturday 12th January, followed by a short break and then returns for 8 weeks from Saturday 9th February 2019.
“London’s best kept secret. Tea, cake and delightful music in a working church and award-winning music venue.”
Lisa-Marie Ferla, blogger at Last Year’s Girl
About Union Chapel
Union Chapel is an amazing space. It is an architectural treasure that’s home to a working church, an award winning venue, a unique organ and The Margins Project for those homeless and in crisis in London.
It’s a rich community where people come to revel, to worship, to listen to wonderful music, to volunteer and to find help when they need it most.
Over the past 25 years the Chapel has gone from facing demolition to being Grade 1 listed and from being virtually abandoned to welcoming tens of thousands of visitors a year.
Union Chapel is now a vibrant hub of activity with a huge amount going on. There are six main groups based here all united by a love for this space and our desire to welcome people to it – we hope to see you here soon.
Learn more about Union Chapel here.
About The Margins Project
For people facing homelessness and crisis in Islington.
Margins offers a range of services to support people facing homelessness, risk of homelessness and crisis in Islington. These services aim to help people in their hour of need and with their long term recovery.
We are a secular charity based at Union Chapel.
Learn more about The Margins Project here.