Proms at St Jude’s 2023: North London’s world-class music and literary festival
The Festival, which supports Toynbee Hall, is back for 2023 for it’s 30th year from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 2 July.
Have you ever been to the Proms at St Jude’s Festival? If the answer is no, then you may not be aware that it is home to a world-class arts festival in North London which supports Toynbee Hall.
The Festival takes place for nine days every summer and has been held for 30 years. In 2023, it runs from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 2 July.
As well as concerts, there are a dozen popular guided Heritage Walks, a weekend of top authors talking at the Literary Festival (LitFest), a late-night comedy slot and a Family Festival for young and old, with some events free.
Speaking at the recent launch, Kate Webster, Chair of Proms, said:
“It’s wonderful to get our 2023 season off the ground and we’re looking forward to a lively festival without any pandemic restrictions at last. Our new feature this year is our Family Festival on Sunday, 2 July, designed for people with children or grandchildren up to 11 years old, so please save the date now!”
Everything takes place in Hampstead Garden Suburb, NW11 – nearest Tube Golders Green and buses 13, 102 and 460.
Full details of this year’s programme can be found at promsatstjudes.org.uk, where you can also sign up to join the free online mailing list.
Tickets go on sale to the public on 17 April and you can beat the crowds by becoming a Friend before then.