The Marylebone Summer Fayre Weekend will be taking place on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June and is organised and hosted by The Howard de Walden Estate.
For the 3rd year running the Howard de Walden Estate is collaborating with The Nomad Cinema and local Estate tenant and supporter, Working Title, to bring together an open-air screening of Coen Brother’s classic ‘The Big Lebowski’. As well as an enormous pop-up cinema screen, Paddington Street Gardens will play host to an evening of live jazz music, a festival bar - run by 108 Brasserie and Bar - and pop-up food stalls from local restaurants: Carluccio’s, Galleria and Patisserie Valerie.
5:30pm Bar opens
7-9pm Live acoustic music
9:30-11:30pm Film showing
11:15pm Bar closes
Always taking place on a Sunday in June the Summer Fayre is a family-friendly and community street festival taking place. Marylebone High Street and the surrounding streets are closed to traffic and stalls selling food and crafts or promoting local institutions take over, Paddington Street Gardens hosts a stage with an impressive programme of live music, while dancers, fitness trainers and acoustic musicians perform at other locations around the site. Some of London's finest restaurants and retailers also take to the street offering visitors the chance to sample world class cuisine in the form of some of their signature dishes.
As well as showcasing the best of what Marylebone has to offer, and just being a thoroughly good day out, the event has another important purpose—raising money for good causes. The Fayre's charity partner is currently COSMIC.
11am – 5:30pm on the street
11am - 6:30pm in Moxon Street carpark (fun fair)
11am - 8pm in Paddington Gardens (the stage and festival bar)
A large area of Marylebone will be closed to traffic for the day and parking restrictions will be in place on many of the streets surrounding the Fayre. Finding a parking space close to the event can be a challenge. There are numerous public transport links.
The closest tube stations are:
Great Portland Street
The closest railway link is: