Connaught Village, the beautiful Georgian village at the heart of the Hyde Park Estate, is celebrating a notable 150 anniversary milestone with a series of events throughout
Connaught Village, the beautiful Georgian village at the heart of the Hyde Park Estate, is celebrating a notable 150 anniversary milestone with a series of events throughout summer.
Launching Thursday 5th July, 3-7pm, with a summer street party (dogs are invited) and an immersive walk through time, expect a journey through the ages with food and drink, live music and street entertainment spanning the last 150 years to the current day. This fun, free event is the perfect way to celebrate such an important anniversary with The Church Commissioners.
The starring attraction will be two performances from the family favourite, Horrible Histories, brought straight from the West End. Performing exciting live scenes from the Birmingham Stage Company’s ‘Barmy Britain’ and featuring your favourite characters, audiences can expect an educational laugh.
London dogs can look forward to being the star of the show with Pooch Portraits at the Connaught Village 150th Celebration. Pooches can be photographed in front of three historic backdrops at the Hyde Park Veterinary Centre at 61-63 Connaught Street and there will be free pet treats of course!
There will be also be a Pooch Portraits at the Connaught Village 150th Celebration photo competition in front of the store, dressed like a vintage shop with bow ties for dogs to wear!
(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Connaught St, London W2 2AA