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10.06.2024 – 21.07.2024

Summer Markets Paternoster Square and by St Paul’s

From 10 June to 21 July, visit the City of London for a unique summer market experience. In Paternoster Square and by St Paul's Cathedral, you'll find summer decorated chalets with a wide range of street food options, the Madison Rose Bar with a seating area serving summer drinks. Enjoy games, deckchairs, and a giant screen too!

Open seven days a week, Monday to Sunday, 10am - 7pm. Bar open until 10pm.

The Summer Screen will also be back broadcasting Wimbledon and Thursday movie nights.

  • Thursday 13 June: Mary Poppins
  • Thursday 20 June: Matilda the Musical
  • Thursday 27 June: Harry Potter
  • Thursday 18 July: Chicken Run

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