Take Pleasure in a free G&T at Marylebone Music Festival

The annual Marylebone Music Festival starts on June 21st and on the evening of Saturday 23rd and the afternoon of Sunday 24th attendees can enjoy a complimentary Marylebone Gin and Tonic at the ‘Study of Scarlet’ and Sherlock Holmes events

Marylebone Music Festival promises some big names including comedian and broadcaster, Sue Perkins. The Study of Scarlet event is a warm-up to world-renowned keyboard player Rick Wakeman performing and the Queen’s Household Cavalry will be performing at the Sherlock Holmes event.

The annual Festival is held at Manchester Square, the site of one of London’s former Pleasure Gardens, fashionable spaces which played host to fetes and parties in the 18th Century, where princes mixed with paupers and revellers were transported from grey streets to green gardens, all to live music and dancing. Fast-forward to today and the Festival aims to bring back the same joy with some of the world’s top artistic talent.

The full Marylebone Music Festival schedule can be found here…

Marylebone Gin is produced by The Pleasure Gardens Distilling Company and distilled in the Marylebone Hotel. It’s the ideal drink to sip while becoming fully immersed in the entertainment as its 13 botanicals are inspired by the 18th Century Pleasure Gardens themselves.

Marylebone Gin has a history dating back to 1762 and the gin’s botanicals include camomile, grapefruit and lime flower, giving it an unrivalled balance and complexity. At 50.2 per cent, Marylebone is also overproof, meaning the drink is perfectly balanced and not overpowered by other ingredients, enabling drinkers to taste the base spirit through drinks, a rare quality.

Marylebone Gin comes in an elegant keepsake blue bottle and is available nationwide from Amazon and in London from stores including John Lewis, Waitrose and M&S, priced from £45 for a 70cl bottle.

Marylebone Gin is distilled by The Pleasure Gardens Distilling Company, which is owned by HJ Neill Ltd. www.marylebonegin.com

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