Hay Festival is one of the worlds’ leading art and literature festivals, bringing readers and writers together to share stories and ideas in events live and online.

The festivals inspire, examine and entertain globally, inviting participants to imagine the world as it is and as it might be.
Nobel Prizewinners and novelists, scientists and politicians, historians, environmentalists and musicians take part in the Festival’s global conversation, sharing the latest thinking in the arts and sciences with curious audiences. A wide programme of education and outreach work runs alongside all of the Festival’s events, supporting coming generations of writers and culturally hungry audiences.

In 1987, the Festival was dreamt up around a kitchen table in the booktown of Hay-on-Wye, Wales. Thirty-five years later, the unique marriage of exacting conversations and entertainment for all ages has travelled to editions in 30 locations, from the historic town of Cartagena in Colombia to the heart of cities in Peru, Mexico, Spain, and the USA.

Associated Projects

Our successful creative partnership with one of the worlds’ leading art and literature festivals continued in 2019 with the production of the main festival even
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We are very proud to continue our long creative partnership with the Festival and celebrate with them this year, their 30th Anniversary.
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The Festival programme for the Hay Festival, a gathering in the staggering beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
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