Press and media
Press and media
If you’re looking to feature St Paul’s in a news story, seeking imagery of our building, or have any other media enquiry, our Communications team are on hand.
The Communications team at St Paul’s can help with all media enquiries including providing press information, press images and complimentary press visits. Our office is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Please email email@example.com or call 020 7246 8321 or 07788 301 838.
For urgent out-of-hours media enquiries on evenings and weekends, please call 07788 301 838.
Requests for complimentary press passes must be made and approved in advance. Please note that media cardholders do not automatically receive free entry on arrival.
Email the press office with details of your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a full selection of press images of the exterior and interior of St Paul’s that are free to use. Please contact the press office with details of your request.
For more information on organising a commercial photography shoot at St Paul’s, visit our Filming and Photography page.
Recent press releases
St Paul’s installs bold new artwork by artist Victor Ehikhamenor
On 17 February 2022, St Paul's unveiled the bold new artwork Still Standing by Nigerian-born artist, Victor Ehikhamenor, on display in the Crypt from 17th February to 14th May 2022 and included with sightseeing admission.
Vibrant new project '50 Monuments in 50 Voices' launches
1 December 2021
50 Monuments in 50 Voices is a dazzling new project that showcases thoughtful, individual responses to 50 unique monuments at St Paul’s Cathedral from artists, poets, musicians, theologians and academics.
Never to Forget Concert at St Paul’s Cathedral: a COVID-19 memorial concert
St Paul’s Cathedral, in partnership with London Symphony Chorus and Rambert, presents a special memorial concert for all who have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Special recognition is given to NHS and social care workers. The concert will be performed at St Paul’s Cathedral on the 2nd anniversary of lockdown in the UK, Wednesday 23 March 2022 at 7pm.
Filming at St Paul's
St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most well-known buildings in London, and has been featured in a number of much-loved feature films, including Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes and Mary Poppins.
Find out what you need to know about professional filming and photography at St Paul’s.