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St Marylebone Festival

About the festival (Sunday 18th – Friday 23rd July 2021)

Where is it?

St Marylebone Parish Church is in the heart of Marylebone, located just next to the Marylebone High Street in Central London. Both the church and the area are filled with incredible heritage, something which our Festival really focuses on bringing to life.

How to get there?

St Marylebone Parish Church is located close to a number of stations and buses, including Marylebone, Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston. The two closest tube stations are Baker Street or Great Portland Street (around a five minute walk) and Marylebone Road is serviced by bus numbers 18, 205, 27, 30, 453 and N18.

Why visit the festival?

The St Marylebone Festival is a week full on incredible concerts and events, a huge mixture of everything means that there is something for everyone to enjoy – from music to theatre and heritage to community engagement.

What are the venues like?

St Marylebone Parish Church is one of the largest and most important public buildings in the area, dedicated to supporting and sustaining our community. The church built in 1817 is the fourth parish church of St Marylebone – with plenty of incredibly heritage and famous faces connected to our grade I-listed building the church is an incredible place to sit back and enjoy the amazing music and ambience.

Local accommodation

There are plenty of hotels in Marylebone and London, but normally visitors would not need to stay in the area

What can tourists visit nearby?

Regent’s Park,
Madame Tussauds

Food & Drink

There are plenty of places for food and drink around St Marylebone Parish Church at all times.

What type of programmes does the festival have?

The St Marylebone Festival focuses on the community and heritage of the area - famous people connected with St Marylebone have shaped the world through music, art, architecture, literature, invention and innovation, medicine and healthcare and at the St Marylebone Festival we want to bring these local stories to life whilst celebrating our community as a part of the wider world.

Another, two themes that have been brought to the fore by the recent pandemic have been 'mental health' and 'climate change, and this year's festival explores these in a number of  our performances. During our week’s worth of events there is truly something for everyone. From jazz music, to theatre and conversations to more contemporary music there is always something to enjoy.

Dress code

The event will be inside, there is no specific dress code and it is often a very warm week in England.