The Primrose Hill winter celebrations are back, with stalls, a festive light switch-on by Succession star Brian Cox, and of course a dog show.

The popular event returns on Sunday (December 3) after a break following the pandemic with craft stalls, a food market and fairground rides set up on Regent's Park Road.

There's also live music curated by West Hampstead singer songwriter Collette Cooper, including the magical Christmas Choir, and a light switch on at 5pm by local legend Cox, who played patriarch Logan Roy in the hit HBO drama.

Ham & High: Regent's Park Road will be turned over to stalls and fairground rides on December 3Regent's Park Road will be turned over to stalls and fairground rides on December 3 (Image: Archant)

Karen Santi, curator and owner of the Princess of Wales pub said: "We are so excited to return to Primrose Hill with an updated offering for friends and the local community.

"Bringing back the lights and adding new attractions, we are ready to greet everybody with open arms, and share in some good old-fashioned community spirit."

The festival runs from 9.30am to 6pm with the "highlight of the day" the dog show, organised by Primrose Hill Community Dogs and dedicated to the memory of Cornelious.

The show will raise money for local good causes including the Primrose Hill community library and community centre, St Mary's cold weather shelter, and the Queen's Crescent Food Bank.

Starting at 1pm, the show includes categories for Best Puppy, Prettiest Bitch, Most Handsome Male, Best Rescue and Best in Show with all entries £5 ,and VIP seats available for local elderly dog lovers to watch the action.

Primrose Hill Estate agent Savills will also be running in-store craft activities on the day with proceeds going towards St Mary's shelter.