Jada Pinkett Smith joins London Literature Festival's star-studded lineup

Jada Pinkett Smith joins London Literature Festival's star-studded lineup



The actress-turned-author's event takes place on Sunday, 29 October.

The London Literature Festival is back which means now's your chance to be immersed in an impressive lineup of authors and poets, gathered together to celebrate the power of words. From 18 to 29 October, this festival takes place at the Southbank Centre, right in the heart of the capital. Now for the best part: the one and only Jada Pinkett Smith has joined the festival as one of the esteemed speakers.

Jada is bringing her A-game to the stage so get ready to dive into the pages of her brand-new book, Worthy, and listen to her words of wisdom firsthand. She'll be at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Sunday, 29 October. Tickets to her event get you a copy of her book so make sure you grab them now.

Apart from Jada, other stars in the lineup include Teju Cole, Nick Frost and even the legendary Patrick Stewart. It's going to be one unforgettable experience.

Over twelve action-packed days, the London Literature Festival will serve up a diverse feast of events that will leave you craving for more. It'll kick off with an opening night curated by George the poet, a London-born spoken word performer of Ugandan heritage, showcasing artists who are making waves in the spoken word scene.

The Black British Book Festival is also joining as a partner for the first time, celebrating Black British authors in all their glory. The festival isn't just about ticketed events; it will also offer free and family-friendly activities for all to enjoy.

The London Literature Festival 2023 is shaping up to be the literary event of the year. 

GO: Visit https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk for more information.