The Times and The Sunday Times Life Lessons Festival is returning to London from 9-11 September 2022 in its brand-new home at King’s Cross.
The three-day festival will bring together the most brilliant minds, experts and thought leaders to inform and guide how to live a life without limits.
With the impact of the last two years shaping a new way of living, working and playing, the festival will provide honest, real and insightful conversations about life, wellbeing, culture and society through a variety of different mediums.
Across three-days visitors will enjoy interviews, panel discussions and practical masterclasses from some of the UK’s leading experts, alongside a range of new, interactive features and immersive experiences, Life Lessons Festival 2022 promises a unique and eclectic programme for visitors.
The fully inclusive event will use a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces across the King’s Cross Estate, including Coal Drops Yard, Lewis Cubitt Park and Lewis Cubitt Square, to create an exciting cultural festival that will become an important part of the local events calendar.
A hub of shopping, community and business – and part of London’s ambitious Knowledge Quarter – the King’s Cross Estate is home to specialists in tech, design, fashion, music and the arts and is a space to interact and share ideas.
David McLean, Managing Director of News Life commented: “We are thrilled to be bringing Life Lessons Festival to King’s Cross for 2022. This vibrant new neighbourhood with its canal-side setting, incredible heritage, exciting cultural scene, thriving business community, knowledge hub and strong sense of local community makes it a unique and very special home for the three-day event.
“The festival aims to be a community-wide event, bringing people together to share stories, knowledge and lived experience that will inspire, inform and explore the way we live in our modern world.
“We hope to make Life Lessons Festival 2022 the ultimate destination event and an important part of the London’s cultural scene.”
Anthea Harries, head of assets at Harries, Argent, added: “We’re thrilled to be able to open up the wider King’s Cross Estate for this year’s festival, which returns after a year off due to Covid. We hope the jam-packed programme of inspiring events and talks will encourage people to come along, learn something new and enjoy everything King’s Cross has to offer.”
This year’s programme and full line-up of speakers and experiences will be revealed later this month, with tickets on sale from the 29thApril www.lifelessonsfestival.com Register now to get up-to-date information and full details.