The Hillingdon Literary Festival is a free weekend of author sessions, debates, masterclasses, signings and festival fun. HiLF is open and accessible to everyone in the wider community, with a mission of championing the current literary environment and celebrating the diverse voices of our brilliant Borough.
Now in its third year, HiLF returns to the Antonin Artaud Theatre on Friday 6th October with a debate about “Political Narratives: Fake News and Narrative Truth” and will continue on Saturday with events with Tessa Hadley, a foray in to satire with Jonathan Coe, and a discussion of his new novel, Phone, by Will Self.
Prepare to be dazzled on Sunday 8th with events on inspirational travel and landscape writing, new multimedia platforms for the future of fiction, and discover the next top writer, in our community creative writing competition!
HiLF is only possible with support from our generous sponsors