Tuesday 20 April 2021

Baker Street Quarter Partnership - News of the Quarter


19 April 2021
News of the Quarter

Marylebone Music Festival Returns In June

We’re delighted that Marylebone Music Festival will return this year, with a series of concerts and wonderfully varied programme running from 24 to 26 June in Manchester Square, including a performance conducted by comedian and broadcaster Sue Perkins.

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Terrace Season At The Hyatt
Terrace season kicked off last Monday, and the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill will have you spoilt for choice, with two heated and covered spaces...
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Help Transform Student Lives
The Howard de Walden Estate has shared how they have been involved with the University to help transform students’ lives and raise career aspirations...
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Vegware Success at PIMCO
If you're looking for ways to make your workplace more eco-friendly, Paper Round and PIMCO have provided an update on a Vegware pilot scheme...
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Look Up, Look Out
While Marylebone is a low crime area, please remember to be vigilant if you're out and about as unfortunately incidents of theft can happen...
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Diversity & Inclusion
A hands-on workshop full of practical knowledge
26 April 9.30 - 10.30
Marylebone Entertains
From ice rinks to public executions...
28 April 12.30 - 13.30
Marylebone's Gardens
A tour of architecture, horticulture and gossip
10 May 12.30 - 13.30
Workplace Return
Practical tips to smooth your return
12 May 16.00 - 17.00
Waste Is A Waste
Paper Round's top tips on reducing your waste
18 May 12.30 - 13.30
Story Of Selfridges
The journey of Britain’s first department store
27 May 12.30 - 13.30
Weekly spotlight: Crazy Pizza
Crazy Pizza is decked out and ready for spring on Paddington Street, after opening its pavement area on 12 April with stunning floral decor. Pizza is, of course, the star of the show, and Crazy Pizza's expert chefs create just the right crispness on their trademark thin-crust pizzas. Bookings are open for outdoor dining, or if you live locally Crazy Pizza is operating delivery and collection too. 
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Did you know?
James Bond was based on author Ian Fleming's experience of working in Naval Intelligence with the Secret Operations Executive in Baker Street. Fleming longed to work in the field, like 007, but he was restricted to office life on Baker Street instead!