Following last year’s success, Hampstead Theatre has confirmed that its second annual festival will take place on 18 – 20 March 2016.
The Festival boasts over 30 unique events including workshops and panel discussions featuring Sir David Hare, Sir Matthew Bourne, Howard Brenton, Darcey Bussell, Tim Pigott-Smith, Deborah Moggach, Meera Syal and Kate Mosse.
Hampstead Theatre’s artistic director Edward Hall and producer Issy van Randwyck have invited a wide variety of artists to share their stories and work processes.
Hall said: “Hampstead Theatre is thrilled to be bringing back The Festival after its incredible success in 2015.
“We hope this year’s programme will give attendees an opportunity to meet some of the most original thinkers in British culture today and discover new insights into the wonderful worlds these people work in.”
The first Hampstead Theatre Festival was hosted in March 2015 and attracted a 2,500 audience footfall in just one weekend.
The Festival at Hampstead Theatre is proud to be supported by The Evening Standard and Daunt Books.