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Tickets for the in person events at The Henrietta Barnett School  are on sale from May 1st. 


Books will be on sale after each event from our partner West End Lane Books.


​Tickets are £12, unreserved. Under 25s can attend for £7.50. 


Free Tea or Coffee and Cake - Buy tickets for 3 or more LitFest events on Saturday or Sunday and get a free tea or coffee and cake in the LitFest Cafe. 

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Proms LitFest is proudly sponsored by the Hampstead Garden Suburb Residents Association
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25 June 2023


The Henrietta Barnett School
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Henry Dimbleby
Henry Dimbleby


Sheila Dillon

We do not control what we eat. Every mouthful is informed by the subtle tweaking and nudging of a complex global food system. It sustains us but it is also killing us and the environment, risking our food security. In this book, Dimbleby, founder of the Leon restaurant chain, government adviser and author of the radical National Food Strategy, takes us behind the scenes, revealing what shapes the modern diet, why the global food system is leading us into disaster and what can be done about it.

Dimbleby is in conversation with Sheila Dillon, a British food journalist known to listeners of BBC Radio 4 as presenter of The Food Programme, on which she has appeared for more than 20 years.

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