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Marylebone Summer Festival Returns on 18th and 19th June
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Marylebone Summer Festival Returns on 18th and 19th June

This Summer, Marylebone Summer Festival returns on 18th and 19th of June, with a line-up of live music, food and gift stalls, family activities, shopping and alfresco dining in the heart of central London.

Perhaps the most exciting aspect of this year’s festival is an open-air cinema, featuring the Oscar and multi-award-winning Bohemian Rhapsody. Showing from 9:00pm on Saturday 18th June, you can kick back in the tranquil surroundings of the open gardens, and watch Rami Malek’s brilliant depiction of Freddy Mercury.  Pre-film activities to enjoy will include free table tennis, as well as a cocktail bar and live music.

Tickets for the film go on sale from 12pm Tuesday 3rd May, and can be booked on Design My Night, starting from £15. All profits will go to the London-based Greenhouse Sports charity who uses sport to engage young people and improve their lives.

More information visit: https://www.marylebonevillage.com/whats-on-and-features/item/262-marylebone-summer-festival

Book movie tickets visit: https://www.designmynight.com//london/whats-on/live-music/open-air-cinema-night-bohemian-rhapsody

Written by Lenny Wright

Photography courtesy of Marylebone Village

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