Summer comes to Mayfair’s Grosvenor Square as it hosts series of live events

Written on 12 July 2018 by Giles Cook in News


Mayfair’s Grosvenor Square is set to host a variety of live events and performances this summer, including Summer in the Square, which is already underway, and Live in the Square.

Summer in the Square, which opened on 2nd July and runs until 14th July 2018, is a free to attend live event celebrating live performance, culture and community.

A variety of activities will take place as part of Summer in the Square, including music and live theatre performance, storytelling, circus theatrics, yoga classes, creative workshops, dance classes, games, and other entertainment. Special theme days will also feature, and attendees will be able to enjoy refreshments and have the use of deckchairs while at the event. With something for all ages, this is the perfect day out this summer.

As well as Summer in the Square, Grosvenor Square will host a handful of other live events. Ballet in the Square will run from 27th – 29th July and will include a performance by the English National Ballet.

Meanwhile, performances organised as part of Theatre in the Square, which runs from 1st – 5th August, will embrace juggling acts, acrobatics, and physical imagery.

During Live in the Square, which runs from 15th – 18th August, Grosvenor Square will host some serious jazz talent with contributions from the likes of Sister Sledge and French musician St Germain.

Grosvenor Square is certainly the place to be this summer if you’re in the mood for fun, games, live entertainment and laughter.

Get more information on Summer in the Square and the ‘In the Square’ series

Giles Cook

Giles joined Best Gapp as Partner Designate and Head of Residential Agency, bringing over 20 years’ experience to the firm. Following a three-year stint as an Area Director for Foxtons, he went on to head up Chestertons’ sales and lettings operations in central London, before becoming a Partner at top Knightsbridge boutique WA Ellis.

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