I went to Evensong and Benediction with the added attraction of the attendance of the Archbishop of Canterbury who preached the sermon and officiated at the Benediction. It is not often that you will see Benediction in an Anglican church, still less have the Archbishop conducting it.
All Saints has a particularly rich musical tradition and the singing was spectacular - the lead tenor cantor is none other than ACEVO intern, Ian Lyons, who is currently working on sector policy to the Tories. And I heard him twice as the Radio 3 choral evensong was broadcast from All Saints in the afternoon (recorded on Wednesday. He has a fine voice. But then you would have working for ACEVO. He does not sing in the office - or not that I have noticed!