Culture

Amid the bustle of Marble Arch and Edgware Road, imagine a Roman Road, Tyburn Tree, Speakers’ Corner and a hotel with serious rock ‘n’ roll credentials. Have you noticed award-winning modern architecture alongside classic Georgian buildings? Did you see the tube station wrapped in an artwork?

The BID area is full of cultural and historical surprises. It is crowned by a treasured national monument, Marble Arch, yet its story is little known and few people venture into the streets surrounding Edgware Road to seek out the stories, characters, architecture and public art to be found there.

Marble Arch London BID celebrates the area by:

 

Our culture blog highlights the rich heritage of Marble Arch and Edgware Road, telling the many stories of the people who live and work here, the businesses that have made this their home, tales of the inspiration behind public art and memorials, legends of music, cinema and theatre.

From Jimi Hendrix to John Betjeman, Marble Arch and Edgware Road have a cultural inheritance second to none. We want businesses and visitors to share in that inheritance.

Visit our Culture Blog.