A stately home will be filled with music after announcing it will once again host summer music concerts.

English Heritage and Giles Cooper Entertainment (GCE) will host a series of live music shows in the ground of Kenwood House next summer.

The Heritage Live Concert Series will take place across two weekends on June and bring the grounds to life with music for the first time since 2013.

The first two shows will be Kris Kristofferson, celebrating his birthday in a special concert, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performing works from acclaimed film composer John Williams, including Star Wars, Harry Potter and Jurassic Park.

Sam Cooper, English Heritage’s general manager at Kenwood, said: "We are thrilled to be bringing back the summer concerts to Kenwood.

"People have been asking us for ages when the concerts would return and while at this stage it’s for one year only, we’re hopeful that this will become an annual event.

"I can think of no better way to spend a summer’s evening than listening to wonderful music against the spectacular backdrop of Kenwood House."

Visit the Heritage Live website for ticket information.