Seven Dials Spotlight Returns To London For Its Fourth Year

Spotlight returns to London’s shopping and dining destination, Seven Dials for its 4th year on Saturday 19 August with a free one-day music and performance festival. From 12-6pm the area will be transformed into a traffic-free, entertainment hot spot where visitors can enjoy a series of live performances on the main stage, as well as exclusive activities and promotions in over 95 brands and restaurants.

The open-air stage will showcase an impressive line-up of performances, including Disney’s smash hit West End Musicals The Lion King and Aladdin, 50 piece indie choir, Some Voices, British pop singer Whinnie Williams and 2017 Glastonbury performers, Old Dirty Brasstards plus many more to be announced. The main stage will be hosted by presenter and fashion aficionado Laura Jackson recognised for her hugely successful Jackson and Levine supper club.

The festival includes chill out areas, free glitter face art from The Glitter Box, GIF photo booth, roaming magician and live music on additional stages throughout the area. All to be enjoyed on the pop-up lawn around the dial complete with deck chairs and summer lawn. Earlham street will host the pop-up bar where there will be free cocktails from Monmouth Kitchen.

In between performances, visitors can shop independent boutiques and flagship stores offering exclusive in-store discounts and promotions including 20% off and gift with purchases.

Refuel at one of the top restaurants offering cuisines from around the world, all hosting al-fresco dining. From Portuguese specialists Canela, pizza and cocktail enthusiasts Escapologist, award winning macarons at Pierre Herme’s indulgent garden, all day dining menu at Balans Soho Society, cold brew coffee at award winning café Timberyard and sourdough pizza from Rossopomodoro.

All you need for a perfect summers day out in London with family and friends, Seven Dials Spotlight is a free, family event not to be missed.

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Matthew has been writing for the past 5 years about music, sports and movies and has now finally got his chance to write about theatre. Having previously worked for the likes of Kerrang and Uncut, as well as previously having a radio show for 6 Towns, he has interviewed hundreds of bands throughout his career.

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