Designed by William Barlow, St Pancras International originally opened in 1868 and for its time was an engineering marvel – it was the largest enclosed space in the world and provided the grandest entrance into London. The station has become a destination in its own right, boasting more shops than any other railway station, its own fresh produce market, the longest Champagne Bar in Europe and a Gastro Pub.
The retail offering stands alongside a full diary of arts, events, workshops and activities throughout the year, including the flagship Terrace Wires public sculpture series, now in partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts, live music and poetry events throughout the year. The station’s famous pianos have seen performances from the likes of Elton John, Laura Mvula and Jools Holland, while visiting guests and artists have included Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and musician Brian May.
Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna Tree Unveiled at St Pancras | PDF | 2.2Mb 21 November 2016
The V&A and St Pancras International present a brief introduction to lingerie design with a new, exclusive workshop | PDF | 99kb 13 November 2016
Christmas 2016 at St Pancras International | PDF | 492kb 09 November 2016
National Poetry Day at St Pancras | PDF | 251kb 06 October 2016
Quentin Blake creates never-before-seen BFG illustration | PDF | 1.2Mb 13 August 2016
Quentin Blake launches House of Illustration partnership with St Pancras | PDF | 1.1Mb 16 July 2016
Royal Academician Ron Arad unveils new public art installation at St Pancras International | PDF | 231kb 07 July 2016
Picnic Hampers | PDF | 1.8Mb 30 June 2016
Rock and Roland: Bill Bailey launches St Pancras’ first digital piano | PDF | 73kb 04 July 2016
Virtual reality app offers unique glimpse into life with dementia | PDF | 638kb 02 June 2016
Prime Burger @ St Pancras is #backingtheblues with honorary Leicester City FC burger | PDF | 224kb 29 April 2016
Royal Academician Ron Arad announced as 2016 Terrace Wires Artist | PDF | 228kb 27 April 2016
St Pancras connects the capital to emerging artists | PDF | 84kb 07 April 2016
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