British Summer Time Hyde Park is back with free film nights, music performances and world street food

Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park is back with four days of free entry and summer activities.

With free open days from Monday 3rd, Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5th & Friday 7th July there’s no excuse for not popping down and soaking up some London summer weather!

In-between two weekends of musical line-ups the festival opens for any park goers with outdoor movie nights, tennis screenings live from Wimbledon, street food stalls from all over the world, pop up bars serving draft & craft beer, wine & cocktails, live music and entertainment, the Moretti Gran Tour, Soho Radio live broadcasting, Chickenshed Theatre and much, much more.

For 2017, there’s four nights of open air film fun to be had. Two films will be shown each evening at 6pm and 8.30pm with the full timetable released soon. If you weren’t able to grab a ticket to Wimbledon, there’s always the open screens too, where there will be free Wimbledon Championship screenings from 12pm onwards during the four day event.

Live music also comes aplenty, with music on the Barclaycard Stage from 6pm through to 10pm also, let ITV’s Arielle Free host your free evening live entertainment at open house which includes award-winning beat boxer THePETEBOX, House Gospel Choir, London Gay Men’s Chorus, plus Old Dirty Brasstards and Soho Radio presents The Cuban Brothers plus special guests.

Soho Radio will be hosting The Barclaycard Stage on Friday 7th July from 4pm onwards, with performances from The Cuban Brothers, The Curious, Mary Epworth, Little Barrie, Young Gun Silver Fox, and the Soho Radio All Stars Feat. Baby Bam, Terri Walker and Hamish Stuart.

You won’t be feeling hungry either, with the Street Food Market returning bigger than ever, running from midday onwards. It’s a chance to traverse the world on a culinary adventure as Sourced Market, pioneers of scrumptious festival fodder, have hand-picked the finest street food traders that London has to offer, catering for a wide range of taste buds and dietary requirements.

Plus a selection of draft and craft beer to wine, spirits and cocktails – serving from 12pm onwards.

It’s a right family affair with renowned theatre company Chickenshed returning to British Summer Time Hyde Park in July with performances of its acclaimed and highly popular children’ s show Tales from the Shed – all completely free of charge, and bigger than ever!

The show is suitable for all children, up to the age of 6. There is no charge for the shows, but schools tickets must be reserved in advance via the Chickenshed Box Office.

 For more information at www.barclaycard.co.uk/entertainment and www.bst-hydepark.com/openhouse

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Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I’ll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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