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With art, live music and a huge range of events and activities taking place at St Pancras International there’s something for everyone. Don’t want to miss out? Be sure to sign up to our monthly Newsletter.

Wed 04 Oct 2017 to Sun 22 Oct 2017

Win an overnight stay in London courtesy of Links of London

Win an overnight stay in London and a pair of tickets to the November 2nd World Premiere of Murder on the Orient Express.

Visit www.linksoflondon.com to enter for your chance to win!

Links of London is located in the Arcade. Ask in store for further details.


Wed 04 Oct 2017 to Mon 30 Apr 2018

Help us celebrate our 150th Birthday

St Pancras originally opened in 1868 and since then the station has been on an exciting journey!

In 2018, the station will turn 150 years old and in that time the station has gone through near demolition, decay and restoration. The fact the station is still here 150 years later is something we think we must celebrate!

Throughout 2018 we will hold a number of fantastic events in the run up to the big day (1st October 2018) and we would like the public's help in celebrating our history and past.

We are asking members of the public to send to us photos of St Pancras, from anytime throughout our 150 years. Whether you used to work in the station, or live in the local area and have seen the transformation of the station for yourself, we would love to see your photos!

Pictures that showcase the history of the station will be featured on the St Pancras website throughout 2018. Owners of the featured pictures will also get to enjoy an Afternoon Tea in the station in May 2018. Full T&Cs can be viewed here.

If you have any photos that you'd like to submit, please send them to 150birthday@highspeed1.co.uk along with a description of the photo (location of photo, approximate date, the story behind the photo).

We look forward to celebrating our monumental 150th birthday with you, and hope you will join in the festivities!


Wed 18 Oct 2017

Terrace Wires: In Conversation With...

Join Conrad Shawcross RA at St Pancras International on the 18th October to discuss his 2018 Terrace Wires art project: The Interpretation of Movement (a 9:8 in blue).

Terrace Wires is one of the country’s most ambitious public art programmes. A new work is commissioned every year to hang for six months from St Pancras International's iconic train shed roof - a magnificent space which is seen by a million UK and international travellers every week. 2017 is the 5th year of the programme, and the third year working with the Royal Academy of Art.

Conrad Shawcross RA explores subjects that lie on the borders of geometry and philosophy, physics and metaphysics. Shawcross's work has been exhibited at leading UK and international arts organisations.

The event will take place by the Betjeman Statue, on the Grand Terrace of St Pancras International station.

For more information and to book your tickets, click here.


Wed 18 Oct 2017 to Fri 20 Oct 2017

Ted's Autumn Shopping Event

Receive 20% off in store from Wednesday 18th of October to Friday 20th of October.

Find Ted Baker in the Arcade.

Ask in store for more details.


Thu 19 Oct 2017

#OperaPassion V&A and ROH event at St Pancras in celebration of Opera: Passion, Power and Politics exhibition at the V&A

Thursday 19 October, 6:20pm

To celebrate the V&A’s landmark exhibition Opera: Passion, Power and Politics, the V&A and the Royal Opera House host a very special event at St Pancras International.

Join the V&A and singers from The Royal Opera Chorus as they perform live at St Pancras at 6.30pm on 19 October for a finale event to #OperaPassion Day.

Following a day of opera streamed live from all over the UK, commuters and opera fans will get the chance to not only experience The Royal Opera’s world beating chorus – but sing with them too! Inspired by operas featured in the V&A’s critically acclaimed exhibition, enjoy the fabulous might of the Anvil Chorus from Verdi’s Il trovatore, then the beautiful Easter Hymn from Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana sung by soloist Sarah-Jane Lewis and members of the chorus – and then it is your chance to join in the fun as we ask the whole of the station to sing out with The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves (Va, pensiero) from Verdi’s Nabucco.

Join us by Sir John Betjeman’s statue as we slow down the rush hour with opera at its best. If you can’t make it – we will miss you – but you can watch us live on the V&A, Royal Opera House, and BBC Facebook pages.

This event is part of the BBC’s Opera Season in collaboration with the V&A and the Royal Opera House.

Please note that this is a standing event - there are no seats available. To reserve your place for the performance, click here.


Thu 19 Oct 2017

Neal's Yard Remedies Free Massages

Discover a beautifully British brand on Thursday 19 October.

Neal’s Yard Remedies will be offering FREE hand and arm massages and FREE goodie bags on the station concourse  in the Arcade between 12 – 3pm.

They look forward to seeing you

Ask in store for further details. Neal's Yard Remedies is located in the Circle area.