London has been blessed with a bout of beautiful weather last month, It has arrived just in time for the launch of Summer in the Square. An 18 day community event for the residents and visitors of Mayfair. The celebration, organised by Grosvenor London, offered everything from cultural performances to pop-up restaurants. All in the spirit of bringing the Mayfair community together.
Summer in the square.
Summer in the Square was a unique event that truly offered something for everyone. For foodies there were delicacies like gourmet burgers and zesty lemonade. All handmade by prestigious local brands, which culture vultures delighted in the work of artist in residence Ben Ashton. They created a painting inspired by his time in the area, with a variety of music to liven up the atmosphere. Everything from jazz, swing and salsa hitting the airwaves, and storytelling and craftsmanship lectures in the area known as ‘The Nook’.
Face painting and arts and crafts.
Families headed over on the 20th July for Children’s Day. They found everything from face painting and arts and crafts to giant games of Connect 4 and chess. Budding fashionistas also joined in the fun with a curated Fashion Walk from luxury lifestyle tour brand Fox & Squire. More details can be found at Grosvenor London website.
Summer in the Square took place in Grosvenor Square until the 28th July. Did you attend, tell us your experience.
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Some of Mayfair’s oldest and most respected auction houses, such as being Phillips and Sotheby’s known to sell extremely rare antiques and collectables are also located here. Mayfair also boasts some of the capital’s most exclusive restaurants, luxury shops, bars and clubs