Marylebone Summer Fayre
Pop-up cinema: Saturday 18th June
Paddington Gardens presents an evening of great food and a night at the movies! To start the Marylebone Summer Fayre off with a bang, Nomad Cinema will be showing ‘The Cohen Brothers 2008 film: Burn after reading’. Head on down to the Gardens where you can be sure to have a Saturday evening full of entertainment.
6.30pm – Festival bar opens
7-9pm – live acoustic music
9.30 -11.30pm – Film screening
11.15pm – Bar closes
Tickets range from £15 - £30 and can be purchased through the Nomad ticket website.
Marylebone Summer Fayre: Sunday 19th June 2016
Located in the heart of London, The Howard De Walden Estate has played host to the Marylebone Summer Fayre for the past twelve years. Food, drink, music, children’s activities a farmers market and much more can all be expected from this annual traditional village fete. Food and drink stalls include; Madame Gautler serving hot gourmet French food, fancy gourmet burgers and chips? Cheeky Burger is the place to try and Patisserie Valerie will be giving you the chance to try out some of their best pastries, cakes and salad wraps.
Take a stroll down to Vauxhall City Farm Petting Zoo, located on Blandford Street where you can have the chance to say hello to the Alpacas, Goats, Sheep, Guinea Pigs, Rabbits and Ducklings. Why not show off your trampolining skills and take to the bungee trampoline where you can somersault whilst attached to bungee rope and a harness.
Marylebone Summer Fayre has not forgotten about the adults either! Aspinal of London will be serving Prosecco and sweets all day, Atherton Cox will be having a pop-up blow dry bar providing blow dries in exchange for donations and Neal’s Yard Remedies will be offering complimentary hand massages throughout the day. At Marylebone High Street you can also find smoothie bikes! Are you sick of making your smoothies at home with a blender? Why not try the smoothie bikes, where you can make your smoothies whilst riding a fixed pedal bike.
A large area of Marylebone will be closed for the day and parking restrictions will apply. For alternative transport links you will find Bond Street, Baker Street, Regents Park and Great Portland Street the closest tube stations and the closest train station – Marylebone Station.
11am – 5.30pm – On the street
11am – 6.30pm – In Moxton Street car park (fun fair)
11am-8pm – Paddington Gardens (the stage festival bar)
This year the Marylebone Summer Fare are the proud sponsors of COSMIC (Children of St Mary’s Intensive Care) and their More Smiles Appeal.