The Summer Fayre has been growing in scope and scale every year, and now attracts more than 25,000 people.
Taking place on a Sunday 28th June, it sees the area around the high street closed off to traffic for the day. Stalls selling food and crafts or promoting local institutions will be taking over the streets, creating a bustling marketplace.
From live music in Paddington Street Gardens to fairground rides, games and even a petting zoo for the kids – the Marylebone Summer Fayre will offer entertainment for visitors of all ages.
This year there will be a new and exciting element as Paddington Gardens plays host to an evening of music, cinema, food and drink the night before the Fayre. On Saturday 27th June, in collaboration with Nomad Pop Up Cinema, The Estate will be showcasing the Coen Brothers classic ‘O Brother Where Art Thou’ – published by local tenant and supporter Working Title.
Date: Sunday 28th June 2015
Time: 11am – 5.30pm
Place: Marylebone Village, London W1
Organiser: The Howard de Walden Estate
For more information on the fayre please visit: marylebonesummerfayre.com