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Heddon Street Kitchen’s Summer Promenade, 28th June – 21st August

Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, Heddon Street Kitchen will transform its terrace into a vintage inspired Summer Promenade where diners will be invited to create their own ice cream lollies using fun flavours, bold toppings and enticing sauces. The terrace will be elegantly decorated with seaside inspired striped umbrellas, wooden boards and even an ice cream bicycle to transport you back to childhood holidays by the sea. Visitors at Heddon Street Kitchen will be able to create their own ice cream lollies from a selection of base flavours including raspberry, lychee and rose, wild strawberry and the surprisingly delicious salt and vinegar ice cream. Open all day from the 28th of June until the 21st of August, the Summer Promenade is the perfect destination dining experience for the whole family.

Heddon Street KitchenRegent Street Food Quarter, 3 – 9 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BD / 020 7592 1212



Regent Street, London W1, renowned for its world-class cuisine, offers a host of undiscovered private dining options, perfect for the traditional Chinese New Year dinner.

The New Year’s dinner, the annual reunion when family congregate from across the country, represents one of the most important aspects of the Chinese New Year tradition. Regent Street’s high-class restaurants provide a variety of cuisines and distinguished spaces to celebrate this event in central London.

Stunning Italian eatery and wine bar Ristorante Frescobaldi is the UK’s first standalone outpost from the renowned Tuscan winemaking dynasty. The oak-panelled private dining room, seating over twenty five, provides an elegant setting for a large family gathering. 15 New Burlington Place W1S 2HX. 

private dining roomson regents street

Heddon Street Kitchen, one of Gordon Ramsay’s latest openings, serves up modern European fare. Boasting three spaces available for private dining, the restaurant caters to all needs. Groups of up to fifty guests can take over the relaxed, stylish upstairs, whilst smaller parties can dine in the first floor private room, flooded with natural light. 3 – 9 Heddon Street, W1B 4BD.


For oyster and seafood aficionados, Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill offers a refreshing escape from the bustle of Regent Street. The Rib Room, featuring blue leather chairs, elaborate paintings and large sash windows, provides a characteristic and snug setting for up to thirty people, whilst the Swallow Street Rooms are perfect for larger parties. 11 – 15 Swallow Street.


Famed for its unrivalled views over the city, Aqua London also provides stunning spaces for private dining. Aqua Nueva, the group’s contemporary Spanish branch, boasts two elegant settings for private occasions, El Salon and La Casita. The spaces can either be hired together, accommodating twenty eight, or separately. La Casita comes with a private terrace, showcasing the best of Aqua’s views.  240 Regent Street, W1B 3BR.


regent street food and wine

From Monday 3 – Sunday 9 August, diners can take advantage of unique experiences, irresistible offers and exclusive competitions in the area’s host of bars and restaurants   

‘Tweet for a Treat’ will give you the opportunity to win luxury foodie delights at many of the area’s most sought after venues. Diners can win prizes on Regent Street including dinner at MASH and cocktails at Brasserie Zedel, by simply tweeting a photo of their meal to participating restaurants and bars using the hashtags #RegentStreet and #Treat

This event is the ideal chance for a DIY discovery of the area’s world-class cuisine. Customers can create a schedule themselves to explore Regent Street for the evening. For example, customers could pre-book themselves into Aqua London’s rooftop bar for a pre-dinner beverage, hop to Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill for Oysters and Champagne and then to Hawksmoor for a peerless main dish, before finishing at Brasserie Zedel for a classic Parisian sweet. 

For competition details please visit www.regentstreetonline.com  


This May will see the doors open at the University of Westminster Regent Street Cinema, following the anticipated restoration. We would love to meet with you to tell you more about the venue and offer an invitation to the visit the archives in advance of the opening.  

The Regent Street Cinema was the first theatre to show a moving picture, the first to show an X-rated movie and an on-going force of innovation within the film industry. As the restoration marries retro techniques with the newest innovation, the wealth of materials in the archives meets the future stars from the University of Westminster, the Regent Street Cinema will soon be open and ready for consumers to enjoy.

regent street refurbished cinema

Opening in May 2015, the schedule has been selected by the recently appointed Cinema Director Shira MacLeod, who has an impactful programme planned to celebrate the marker in this iconic venue:

Bypass, 14th May – directed by Duane Hopkis, the hard hitting British feature will be showcased alongside a Q and A with  George MacKay

Sea Without Shore, 28th May – directed by Andre Semenza and Fernanda Lippi , the stunning dance film which premiered at Glasgow Film Festival on 28th Feb. Following the showing, Oscar winning soundman Glenn Freemantle (who worked on the film) will be available for a masterclass.

Gala of the Open City Documentary Festival, 17th -20th June


regent street to be closed for magnum

On Sunday 31 May, Magnum is holding a party on London’s Regent Street to celebrate the launch of its two new flavours; Magnum Pink and Magnum Black. The ice creams reflect two different moods, with playful raspberry and sophisticated espresso designed to suit the different sides to your personality.  With dance performances, a catwalk show, DJ sets, themed cocktails at nearby restaurants and complimentary freshly dipped Magnums, it is set to be the ultimate summer street party.

The Magnum Emporium, Designed by Mollie King

Singer and fashion favourite Mollie King has partnered with Magnum to bring the playful and sophisticated worlds to life in the Magnum Pink and Black Emporium; a stunning immersive experience which brings to life Mollie’s imagination of these two worlds in a beautiful and stylish way.

Taking inspiration from a dreamlike floral garden for the playful world of Pink, and an art-deco inspired sultry jazz club for the sophisticated world of Black, the Magnum Emporium, designed by Mollie King, is hotly anticipated to draw in the crowds as it also features the world-famous Magnum Dipping bar at its heart.  This is a unique opportunity to sample a delicious freshly dipped Magnum. There is a limited availability of dipped ice creams so make sure you join the queue early to avoid disappointment! For anyone who misses the dipping bar, there is still the chance to taste the two new flavours, with Magnum Pink and Magnum Black ice creams being offered along the street throughout the day.

A Stunning Summer Party

Whether you are in a playful Magnum Pink or sophisticated Magnum Black mood on the day, the street party has something to please everyone’s tastes. From music at one end of Regent Street, to a fashion catwalk show at the other, visitors will be able to indulge in an array of different experiences as they stroll through the traffic-free zone.

Many of the stores and restaurants in and around Regent Street are also joining in the fun, with dozens of in-store offers, prizes, giveaways, special menus and more for visitors on the day. With the day running from 12pm until 7pm, the Magnum Regent Street takeover is the perfect way to get your summer started. To find out more, go online.

A Grand Finale

At the end of the day, to bring the celebrations to a spectacular finale, Magnum will also turn the London Eye pink or black. Which colour will it be? You decide! Cast your vote to turn the London Eye pink or black by tweeting #London + #MagnumPink to light the London Eye pink, or #London + #MagnumBlack to turn it a sophisticated black.

Date: Sunday 31 May 2015

Address: Regent Street, London, W1

Time: midday – 7pm