St Bartholemew the Great
Magnificent Church in Smithfield
founded as an Augustinian Priory
in 1123 - see St Bartholomew's Hospital
for further details.
The Nave of the Church was pulled down in the Reformation but the Choir survives largely intact from the Norman period. Parts of the Cloister also survive. After the Dissolution the Priory Church became the local parish church and changed from Catholic to Protestant.
The Church was used for the location of the 4th Wedding in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral and in Shakespeare in Love.