The St Paul's Church is a church located in Covent Garden in London.
The church, popularly known as the Actors' Church because of its long association with the theatre community, was designed by Inigo Jones circa 1633. In 1795 it was badly damaged by the fire and had to be rebuilt. The reconstruction works were led by Thomas Hardwick who managed to preserve the columns of the main entrance.
Although it may look like the main entrance to St Paul's Church is through the Piazza, in fact, it is through a garden in Inigo Place.