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    • 21 Jun 2018
    • 24 Jun 2018

    Thursday 21
    5pm  The Festival will begin with Sue Perkins presenting Peter and the Wolf at Hinde St Methodist Church.  At 8pm the award winning Solstice String Quartet perform in the Swiss embassy.
    Friday 22
    7.30pm at the Wallace Collection. International artists perform fine classic Chamber music.
    Saturday 23
    1pm Royal Academy of Music musicians perform at Hinde St Methodist Church.
    6pm Wallace Collection Nicholas Daniel accompanied by the Worlds finest Musicians perform classic Greats.
    9pm Wallace Collection, an evening with Rick Wakeman.
    Sunday 24
    12.30pm Dukes Hall, Royal Academy of Music. Sue Perkins and Rick Wakeman present with the Orion Orchestra Their Children’s Concert “Noisy Notes”.
    3pm Manchester Square Gardens for the Finale of Festival with the Queens Household Cavalry performing. Free champagne, Marylebone Gin Cocktails, Cakes and Strawberries.
    Tickets for all events can be purchased online at www.marylebonemusicfestival.com or in person at Druce Estate agents, 61 Weymouth St and The London Guitar Shop at 62 Duke St Mayfair.
    Tickets can also be purchased at the Marylebone Fayre on 17 June where there will be live entertainment in Marylebone Lane beside the Marylebone Hotel 108 brasserie, where you can receive a free Music Festival bag and programme with your tickets.

    All proceeds from the Festival go to Marylebone-based charity for the homeless, The West London Day Centre.

    • 21 Jun 2018
    • 27 Jun 2018
    • St Marylebone Parish Church

    In anticipation of our Changing Lives project, the third St Marylebone Festival celebrates our local community and the rich cultural heritage of the parish. ‘Come and Sing’ with the nation’s favourite choral composer, John Rutter, who was born above the neighbouring Globe Pub; and explore our connections with famous figures such as Lord Byron, Ethel Smyth and Gerald Finzi, as well as hearing the stories of lesser-known locals, such as Noel Mewton-Wood and Joseph Woelfl. 

    We look to the world at large and mark the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage with a concert of music by the Marylebone-born composer and activist, Dame Ethel Smyth.
    The 150th Anniversary of Scott of the Antarctic, whose second in command, Teddy Evans, originated from Marylebone. 
    The end of the First World War.
    We stage Holst’s Planets, arranged for two pianos, in honour of the lunar eclipse and Mars’ close approach to Earth on 27 July!
    We recreate the Marylebone of the past at a Fête Galante Masquerade, where you will hear music from the 18th Century Pleasure Gardens of Old Marylebone.
    Finally, don’t forget to book your tickets for the 1860’s dinner and soirée on the final evening as a salute to another Marylebone connection – Mrs. Beeton.
    A full programme, more information and tickets available from  www.stmarylebonefestival.com
    All concerts are at St Marylebone Parish Church.  Come along and help us tell our story!

    • 23 Jun 2018
    • 11:00 AM
    • Carousel, 71 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 8AB

    Group classes at Carousel London, Marylebone.

    11am or 3pm


    'Knife Skills' 23rd June 2018

    'Cheese Making' 21st July 2018

    'Vegan Cooking' 11th August 2018


    • 26 Jun 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 55 Baker Street, W1

    Discover the beautiful green spaces in the Quarter. We explore its delightful gardens and visit its charming private garden squares. Find out about the history of the gardens and how they were each used in days gone by. Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

    • 26 Jun 2018
    • 5:30 PM
    • The Natural Kitchen, 55 Baker Street, W1

    Meets usually on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at The Natural Kitchen, 55 Baker Street, W1. Two sessions, starting around 5 pm and 6.30 pm - but come and go/play as you please. Scrabble sets and dictionaries provided. New members, please contact Rosemary Forgan, tel 07887 891977, email:                        
    rosemary.forgan@marylebone.org in the first instance so she has an idea of numbers.

    • 1 Jul 2018
    • Regent Street

    Road closure of Regent Street between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus.

    Every Sunday in July

    This July 2018 Regent Street will once again be pedestrianised the length of the street from Oxford Circus station down to Piccadilly Circus station. Including a range of activities, entertainment and food and drink offerings instead of the usual traffic, Regent Street is the perfect place to while away your summer days.

    Taking place on the first four Sundays in July (1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd) the Regent Street Summer Streets series are created to encourage visitors to enjoy the festival-style atmosphere in the heart of London, along one of the most iconic streets in the city.

    • 1 Jul 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Paddington Recreation Ground, Randolph Avenue, Maida Vale, W9 1PF

    Take pride in living in the heart of the city at the second annual #MyWestminster Day.

    Join us for a day packed with free entertainment, food and activities that showcase our diverse neighbourhoods and everything that makes Westminster such a vibrant city.

    If you would like updates in the build up to the event, please register your interest in attending. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 1st July.


    What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    If you live in a different area of Westminster and have difficulty in using public transport, please email rsvp@westminster.gov.uk with your requirements. Whilst we cannot guarantee door to door transport, we hope to help as many people to the event as possible.

    How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

    Please email rsvp@westminster.gov.uk.

    Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

    No tickets are required for this event.


    • 3 Jul 2018
    • 6:30 PM
    • The Kings Head, Westmoreland Street, W1

    This month’s book is  “Sea of Poppies” by  Amitav Gosh
    7 August          “Unfinished Palazzo” by Judith Mackrell
    4 September   “A Decent Interval” by Simon Brett
    2 October        “The Citadel” by A. J. Cronin
    All books read are available on paper and on Kindle
    Contact Andrew Cooper (tel 020 3712 3861, email jacoop1238@gmail.com)

    • 7 Jul 2018
    • Portland Place, Oxford Street, Regent Street

    Road closures of Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street St James’s, Cockspur Street, Whitehall and Whitehall Place.

    Parking suspensions: Yes

    To help you find alternative parking and minimise disruption from the Pride event activities, resident permit holders in E, F and G zones will be given the same exemptions in D, E, F and G zones, from 18:30pm Friday 7th to 08:30 Monday 10th.  

    Visit the pride website

    • 12 Jul 2018
    • 11:00 AM
    • Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP

    This iconic London landmark has been opening and closing its famous ‘bascules’ (derived from the French word for see-saws) for over 125 years.   Most of us will, at some point, have stared up at it from the ground, but now there’s an opportunity to take in the view the other way round - from the top. 
    On our personal guided tour we will visit the Bridge’s Towers, the high-level Walkway, with a new glass floor, and go down to the Engine Rooms in which the original Victorian machinery is on display.   We will also learn a bit about the Bridge’s history:  it took a full 8 years just to decide on the design then a further 8 years to build.    Climbing the stairs is not a problem as there are lifts – and plenty of benches to sit down.   We have timed our visit to coincide with the opening of the Bridge at 11.45 although, understandably, the organisers point out they cannot absolutely guarantee this as there are sometimes last minute cancellations and space is also limited. 
    Included in the admission price is entry to the current exhibition “The Historic Bridge House Estates” - a fascinating organisation (granted a Royal Charter back in 1282) with overall responsibility for maintaining and repairing London’s five vital river crossings. For further information about Tower Bridge go to www.towerbridge.org.uk
    NB: although there are lifts in the Bridge please be advised that visitors must be sufficiently fit to negotiate stairs in the unlikely event of an emergency evacuation.
    The cost is £12.50 / £10.50 concessions, to be paid in cash on the day . To book your place, please contact Rosemary Forgan, email rosemary.forgan@marylebone.org, or Tel 020 7916 9353.

    • 7 Aug 2018
    • 6:30 PM
    • The Kings Head, Westmoreland Street, W1

    This month’s book is  “Unfinished Palazzo” by Judith Mackrell
    4 September   “A Decent Interval” by Simon Brett
    2 October        “The Citadel” by A. J. Cronin
    All books read are available on paper and on Kindle
    Contact Andrew Cooper (tel 020 3712 3861, email jacoop1238@gmail.com)

    • 12 Aug 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Ishtar Turkish Restaurant, 10-12 Crawford Street W1U 6AZ

    Engin Servi - who owns Ishtar is happy to continue holding our annual August Wine Tasting lunch. He will discuss all the wines together with his wine supplier and there will be a selection of summer rosé and white wines, plus light reds. Wines will be available to purchase, from a single bottle to a whole case.

    Cost per person including wine, lunch, tea/coffee & service £30 payable on the day.
    Please book places with Sheila Green 020 7262 7157 or email Sheila.green@marylebone.org  

    • 4 Sep 2018
    • 6:30 PM
    • The Kings Head, Westmoreland Street, W1

    This month’s book is  “A Decent Interval” by Simon Brett
    2 October        “The Citadel” by A. J. Cronin
    All books read are available on paper and on Kindle
    Contact Andrew Cooper (tel 020 3712 3861, email jacoop1238@gmail.com)

    • 2 Oct 2018
    • 6:30 PM
    • The Kings Head, Westmoreland Street, W1

    This month’s book is  “The Citadel” by A. J. Cronin
    All books read are available on paper and on Kindle
    Contact Andrew Cooper (tel 020 3712 3861, email jacoop1238@gmail.com)

All Past Events

20 Jun 2018 Portman Square Garden Party
20 Jun 2018 Coffee Morning
18 Jun 2018 Marylebone Association Annual General Meeting
17 Jun 2018 Marylebone Summer Fayre
17 Jun 2018 Westminster Festival of Cycling
16 Jun 2018 Marylebone Summer Film Night
13 Jun 2018 Summer Food Market - Baker Street Quarter
13 Jun 2018 Taste of London
12 Jun 2018 Scrabble Club
12 Jun 2018 Visit to the Schoen Clinic
11 Jun 2018 Montagu Square Garden Party
11 Jun 2018 Pub Evening
5 Jun 2018 Book Club - June
5 Jun 2018 Seymour Leisure Centre Pool Refurbishment Consultation
4 Jun 2018 An Evening with Chopin
3 Apr 2018 Book Club April
6 Mar 2018 Book Club March
6 Feb 2018 Book Club February
23 Jan 2018 January Annual Party
8 Jan 2018 Pub Evening - Prince Regent
2 Jan 2018 Book Club January
30 Dec 2017 Players’ Theatre Club - ‘Eve of the Eve’ Party
15 Dec 2017 Christmas Quacks: The Making of BBC2's "Quacks"
15 Dec 2017 Advent III
13 Dec 2017 Streets of Sherlock Holmes – Free Walks
11 Dec 2017 Pub Evening - The Larrik
11 Dec 2017 Christmas Carols - The Brain Tumour Research Campaign
7 Dec 2017 Marylebone's Christmas Tree - light switch on
6 Dec 2017 The Sick Childrens' Trust Christmas Carol Service
6 Dec 2017 The Sick Children’s Trust Christmas Carol Service
6 Dec 2017 Coffee Morning
5 Dec 2017 Handel's Messiah - Conducted by Sue Perkins
5 Dec 2017 Book Club - December
22 Nov 2017 Transport Through Times – Free Walks
16 Nov 2017 Chiltern Street Christmas Shopping Event
15 Nov 2017 Marylebone High Street - Christmas Lights
14 Nov 2017 Scrabble Club
14 Nov 2017 Visit to the Churchill War Rooms
13 Nov 2017 Pub Evening
11 Nov 2017 “Oh Happy Day!” Sister Act - Immersive Cinema
7 Nov 2017 Book Club
7 Nov 2017 Open Door - Parish Church
6 Nov 2017 Coffee Morning
6 Nov 2017 Art Exhibition - Patricia Glasswell

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