Events & Activities

We love showcasing the hidden gems of the Quarter and have a complete programme of  lunchtime happenings, activities and creative workshops to get you out and exploring fabulous Marylebone.

Pop along to our monthly food markets which offer an array of mouth-watering dishes every second Wednesday of the month, our guided walks promise to top up your local knowledge and our artistic and sports classes will get your creative juices flowing! All our activities are open for everyone to enjoy and on your doorstep so there’s something for everyone. Sign up to our weekly digital newsletter for the latest goings on straight to your inbox here.

  • George's Park Pop-Ups

    George's Park Pop-Ups

    Head down to our little green oasis for an exciting series of pop-ups this summer. Tickle your taste buds with a tasty lunch from a different street food stall on Tuesday and Thursday’s 11:00 – 14:30 every other week. Plus, you will find local favourite, Souli serving freshly made beverages and sandwiches daily from 08:00 – 17:00. George’s Park is located opposite Daniel Galvin on George Street.

    Tuesday 16 July – NEW TRADER – Big Tom’s Kitchen  serving delicious Caribbean inspired dishes, Jerk chicken, curried goat or vegetable curry served with rice and peas.

    Thursday 18 July – NEW TRADER – Avila London serving Venezuelan Arepas and patacones (twice-fried plantain slices) fillings include chicken, beef, pork, and black beans.

    Tuesday 23 July – Dr Bike offering FREE safety checks and cycling tips from 08:00 to 14:00

    Tuesday 30 July – Little Greece serving chicken, pork or halloumi Greek souvlaki filled with fresh salad and tzatziki.

    Thursday 1 August – To be revealed soon!

    Tuesday 20 August – Dr Bike offering FREE safety checks and cycling tips from 08:00 to 14:00

  • NEW The Hidden History of Tyburn Gallows, 24 Jul 13:00

    NEW The Hidden History of Tyburn Gallows, 24 Jul 13:00

    The Tyburn Gallows, near Marble Arch, was a site of public executions for many centuries, hear the stories of some of the people who were hung there and discover what unusual use the gallows were later put to.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • Summer Food Market, 7 Aug 11:30 - 15:00

    Summer Food Market, 7 Aug 11:30 - 15:00

    We’ll be finishing our Summer in the Square series with a fabulous Food Market in the beautiful Portman Square Garden. Pop along for a fantastic selection of gourmet street food and delicious treats! Free entry.

     

  • The Story of Selfridges, 28 Aug 13:00

    The Story of Selfridges, 28 Aug 13:00

    Join us as we take a look at the journey of Mr Selfridge, how Britain’s first department store has become the ‘Best Department Store in the world’ and the architecture of its flagship store.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • NEW Madame Tussaud - The Lady and the Legacy, 26 Sep 13:00

    NEW Madame Tussaud - The Lady and the Legacy, 26 Sep 13:00

    This 45 minute walk delves into the history of one of Britain’s most visited attractions, Madame Tussauds London. Madame Marie Tussaud mixed with French high society until she was imprisoned during the French revolution. Her death masks of executed nobility were displayed in an exhibition at the Baker Street Bazaar. On this walk we learn about the lady, her legacy and the famous faces inside.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • Murder in Marylebone (True Life Crime 1800s -1942), 23 Oct 18:00

    Murder in Marylebone (True Life Crime 1800s -1942), 23 Oct 18:00

    Tales of true life crimes in Old Marylebone, from the Blackout Ripper, a terrifying serial killer, to a murderous butler and a horrific death in a hotel. Find out how the police went about solving these crimes and discover how successful they were in apprehending the culprits. Lasts 90 minutes.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • The Wallace Collection: Old Master Paintings Tour, 7 Nov 13:00

    The Wallace Collection: Old Master Paintings Tour, 7 Nov 13:00

    Spend your lunch hour in the company of some of the old masters finest works. Learn more about these captivating paintings from one of the Wallace collections expert guides.

    FREE to attend, registration will open in October.

  • NEW The Old Marylebone Town Hall, 27 Nov 13:00

    NEW The Old Marylebone Town Hall, 27 Nov 13:00

    Marylebone Town Hall opened in 1920 and was listed in 1981. It has now become part of the London Business School campus but is also still one of the most popular venues in London for weddings and civil partnerships including the marriages of the Beatles and several Hollywood Stars. Learn about the celebrities who liked the venue so much they got married here twice and hear about all the gossip, the history and secret royal connections.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • Public Art (Statues to Subways), 10 Dec 13:00

    Public Art (Statues to Subways), 10 Dec 13:00

    Discover the public art in the Quarter, from memorials, statues including Baker Street’s very own Sherlock Holmes to the treasures in the Wonderpass.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • Crime Fiction Writers of the Quarter, 22 Jan 13:00

    Crime Fiction Writers of the Quarter, 22 Jan 13:00

    As well as Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, we’ll be exploring the Quarter’s other crime fiction connections including the former home of the Grandfather of Detective Fiction and a murder mystery writer with links to King Kong.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • The Wallace Collection: Princely Arms and Armour, 11 Feb 13:00

    The Wallace Collection: Princely Arms and Armour, 11 Feb 13:00

    Helmets, breastplates, gauntlets, swords, muskets and even a cannon! Take a walk through time, from the height of fashion in armour to the deadliest weapons, meet the metal that meant the difference between life and death.

    FREE to attend, registration will open in January.

  • NEW SOE and the Secret Service, 26 Feb 13:00

    NEW SOE and the Secret Service, 26 Feb 13:00

    The SOE was a secret branch of the military devoted to espionage and sabotage in World War II. Learn about their Baker Street base, their clandestine methods and about more recent secret service offices in the Quarter.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.

  • Pop, Rock and Roll, 26 Mar 13:00

    Pop, Rock and Roll, 26 Mar 13:00

    Learn more about Baker Street Quarter music moguls, composers and singers, past and present, including Dusty Springfield, Gerry Rafferty, Eric Coates, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Jimi Hendrix and Hughie Green.

    Free to attend, meet us at 55 Baker Street.