The square’s residents include spaces dedicated to pottery, painting, mindfulness and yoga, as well as some of London’s most forward-looking purveyors of food and drink. There are bike racks available for use by visitors. The courtyard is served by clean and modern bathroom facilities. There is drive-in access to the site for set-up and derig.
The former home to such cultural heavyweights as Bach, Mozart and Virginia Woolf, Belgravia is known for its Regency architecture, fashionable residents and quiet sophistication. The brick-lined nineteenth-century courtyard is an open-air destination for food, creativity and community, enlivened with bespoke murals and seasonal flower displays.