St George's Cathedral, Southwark, formally the Metropolitan Cathedral Church of St George, is the Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Southwark, which covers the London boroughs south of the Thames, the county of Kent and the Medway Unitary Authority.

The Cathedral occupies an historic site close to the Imperial War Museum; a few minutes' walk from London's South Bank, the London Eye and Waterloo Station. It serves a lively and cosmopolitan community and has a strong parish identity in addition to its role as a Cathedral for the archdiocese.

In this section of the website you may read more about the history of the Cathedral along with key historic dates, discover the building itself, find information about The Amigo Hall and see the Cathedral in a panoramic virtual tour.