Every year, London plays host to open air Shakespeare performances as a troupe of actors tour the city's parks and squares.

Now in its seventh year,  Shakespeare in the Squares is staging All's Well That Ends Well, complete with gypsy swing music and a fairytale twist.

The tour kicks off in Leinster Square, Notting Hill on June 5, and ends on July 12 in Bayswater's Cleveland Square.

Along the way it visits 26 venues to perform Shakespeare's comedy about a lower born woman, who heals the King of France who grants her permission to marry the man she loves.

But the higher born Bertram rejects her, and leaves a list of tasks that she must complete before he will accept her as his wife. 

The not for profit company, whose patron is Dame Judi Dench, works closely with church wardens, garden committees, and park managers to create an intimate community outdoor event.

Each venue hosts the play for one night only, with Queen's Park, Crystal Palace Park, Charterhouse Square, Syon House, and The Actor's Church square in central London among the stops on the tour.

Directed by Sioned Jones, the production aims to showcase talented young theatre stars of the future, with Kalifa Taylor playing Helena and Jack Ward playing Bertram.