King Street Coronation Party
To mark the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort, we hosted a traffic free Coronation Party.
This took take place on Lyric Square and King Street, Hammersmith, on Saturday 6 May.
All your favourites were there, plus a few new additions just for the day.
Live screening of the coronation... On Lyric Square.
Pop up market... Selling crafts, jewellery, home accessories, boutique fashion and art.
Global food quarter... Food stalls with all your favourites, plus an outdoor seating area.
Live music throughout the day... See programme below.
Entertainment... A Mad Hatters Tea Party, crown making workshop, The Cavalry, Grumpy, Queen Victoria, Footmen and more.
- When: Saturday 6 May 2023, 11am to 6pm
- Where: Lyric Square and King Street, W6
- Tube: Hammersmith, Ravenscourt Park
Live music and street entertainment programme
- Live music and performances
POD 1 (outside The Swan Pub near Hammersmith tube station)
11am - Layla Knight
12 midday - Modupe
1pm Bubble - Wizard
2pm - Motown Tribute Act
3pm - Clarissa Mae
4pm - Robski Comedy Magic
5pm - Jenny & David
POD 2 (near Primark on King Street)
11am - Bubble Wizard
12 midday - Layla Knight
1pm - Clarissa Mae
2pm - Modupe
3pm - Jenny & David
4pm - Motown Tribute Act
5pm - Robski Comedy Magic
On King Street
2pm - Hammersmith Morris Men
Steel Pan – throughout the day
- Street entertainment programme
Keep an eye out for out street entertainment throughout the day. Attractions include:
Grumpy Queen Victoria
Traffic arrangements on the day
The King Street Coronation Party is part of the council’s popular series of traffic-free seasonal events which are helping to revitalise our high streets.
King Street, including the cycle lane, will be closed to all traffic between the Gyratory and Bridge Avenue from 4am to 10pm.
Bus diversions will be in place for the day.
Routes 110.190,267, H91, N9 & N11 – Shepherds Bush Road-Goldhawk Road-Paddenswick Road-Dalling Road-King Street then to normal routing.
Routes 218,306 & N266 – Shepherds Bush Road-Goldhawk Road-Askew Road then to normal routing.
Route 27 to be curtailed at Hammersmith Bus Station; will not serve King Street or Glenthorne Road
Please check with Transport for London (TfL) for further information.
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