St Marylebone Festival – Celebrating Local Community, Culture And Heritage…

The fourth St Marylebone Festival, set in St Marylebone Parish Church on Marylebone Road, 20-26 July, continues the tradition of celebrating the Marylebone local community and its rich cultural heritage.

‘Come and Sing’ Marylebone resident, Sir Karl Jenkins, opens this year’s festival with the powerful choral piece, The Armed Man, and is followed throughout the week by famous figures from the past such as Judy Garland, Vaslav Nijinsky, Kathleen Ferrier and Ralph Vaughan Williams. You can transport yourself to a Marylebone of the past by listening to (and even dancing to) music from the 18th Century Pleasure Gardens of Old Marylebone, and experience a 1920s Marylebone dinner and soirée on the final evening.

Find out more about the St Marylebone Festival and book tickets – some of which are free, but must be booked.

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