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- The most peculiar entry, or perhaps just the laziest, in David Thomson’s ‘New Biographical Dictionary of Film’ is for Wes Anderson, and reads in full: ‘Watch this space. What does that mean? That he might be something one day.’ Anderson partisan...Read more
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British Summer Time: Massive Attack
Back in Hyde Park for another season, the British Summer Time series has already snagged Take That, Florence + The Machine and Mumford & Sons. Now Massive Attack have joined the bill, playing live for the first time ever in the UK with their original...Music festivals Friday July 1 2016Read more
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These weekly outdoor yoga classes held in Hyde Park are led by a certified instructor and no booking is required. Saturday sessions are for experienced yogis, while Sunday classes are open to all levels. Pay what you can and bring your own mat.Saturday July 2 2016 - Sunday September 18 2016 FreeRead more
British Summer Time: Florence + The Machine
The mighty Florence + The Machine headline the BST gig series in Hyde Park, promising a blinder of a show under the London summer sky. Big-league support acts include Jamie XX, Blood Orange and – we’re stupidly excited for this one – Kendrick Lamar, playing...Music festivals Saturday July 2 2016Read more
British Summer Time: Carole King
Carole King’s 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ is one of the best-selling records of all time. If you’ve got a much-loved copy knocking around at home then don’t miss this chance to hear King perform it live for the very first time as part of the BST festival in...Music festivals Sunday July 3 2016Read more
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British Summer Time Hyde Park’s Open House
The annual BST weekend gigs have a weekday of fun sandwiched between them in 2016 with events including Wimbledon screenings, street food stalls, day-time DJs and free badminton classes. The Barclaycard Betterview platform offers the chance to view the...Monday July 4 2016 - Thursday July 7 2016 FreeRead more
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Sunset Aquathlon Series
Dig out your trunks and get working on your running technique in preparation for one of four aquathlons taking place in Hyde Park. A 500m swim in the Serpentine Lido will kick off proceedings, followed by a 5k run around the park. Enter via the Entry...Sport events Wednesday July 6 2016 - Wednesday August 31 2016Read more
British Summer Time: Mumford & Sons
Marcus Mumford’s travelling band head on home for a massive Hyde Park show at the British Summer Time festival, with a support bill that includes incendiary rockers Wolf Alice, cool alt soul band Alabama Shakes, Mystery Jets, Nick Mulvey and Baaba Ma...Music festivals Friday July 8 2016Read more
British Summer Time: Take That
The multiplatinum man band are now reduced to a three-piece, but staff shortages won't stop Gary Barlow OBE, Howard Donald and Mark Owen from tugging at Hyde Park’s heartstrings (and earning a fair whack too) as they headline a huge date as part of the...Music festivals Saturday July 9 2016Read more
British Summer Time: Stevie Wonder
Forty years on from its first release on Motown Records, soul king Stevie Wonder drops in to perform his immortal album ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ at the British Summer Time festival. With support from Pharrell, Corinne Bailey Rae and King, it’s an incredible...Music festivals Sunday July 10 2016Read more
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Simply the best park in the world. I recommend the Serpentine, I love spending my time there, looking at the lake and relaxing myself. It doesn't even look like London, it makes you feel like you are at the sea, completely far from the crowded city. There are a lot of things to do as well: you can have an hot dog, skating or skateboarding, rent a little boat, have a picnic, but my favourite entertainment is sitting and looking at people doing this activities.
Another very nice part is the 'Italian garden', which looks like a little oasis in the middle of the nature.
Basically in Hyde Park you could spend a whole day without getting bored.
Every time I went London I always ended up with taking a stroll around Hyde Park. I could be because it is so central. Whenever you need a rest from the traffic and the noise, just a short stroll into the park, and you feel that you are a million miles away from London.
Hyde Park is great, but it lacks one feature near the Serpentine which is a bandstand. It would be great to have live ensembles performing in the park on a regular basis. My band was sponsored to perform on the bandstand at Finsbury Sq in the City of London and the crowds gathered during their lunch period and enjoyed it. The same can be done in Hyde Park if someone takes the initiative and arranges it. What type of music would you like to hear during your lunch period if you went to the park? Send your answer via this website http://www.steelbandhire.com/
Came for a day trip to London last year, the most relaxing and enjoyable part was the stroll around Hyde Park. We sat and had a picnic by the lake then fed the ducks. We also had a stroll around Diana's memorial fountain...Beautiful :-) Putting it simple, Strolling around Hyde Park is a must do for anybody visiting London!!
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