St Pancras International has been home to some of the finest and most discussed pieces of public art – from the Martin Jennings statue of Sir John Betjeman, to Paul Day’s Meeting Place Statue, known to many as ‘the Lovers’.
We have also played host to some of the world’s biggest music stars – from John Legend to Ed Sheeran – as well as local acts such as No Hunger Orchestra and Urban Voice Collective. The station brings together music and the community in a stunning setting. As well as welcoming visitors to London, we want to serve the people who travel through the station day in, day out with something magical.
As well as welcoming visitors to London, we want to serve the people who travel through the station day in, day out with something magical.
As well as big names, St Pancras International also acts as a perfect stage for charities and community groups looking to raise awareness about their causes while showcasing their talents.
For example, we had the No Hunger Orchestra, along with soul star Bo Saris and Urban Voices Collective, delivering a show-stopping performance. The act was broadcast live across three simultaneous music concerts in London, Paris and Madrid to honour World Hunger Day, meaning spectators were part of a-world-first music event while raising awareness of an important issue.
In addition, for the last four years we have also hosted the Christmas in the Community music programme during the festive period. This brings the joys of the season to commuters and shoppers alike with a musical performance every day in the station throughout December.
Our impressive 2016 line-up included the Roundhouse Trust Choir, Rock Choir, London Brass and Popchoir to name a few, raising a fantastic collective total of £12,193.72.