On October 3rd, 2019, on the back of another sold out London run, Letters Live brought its star-studded show to the Royal Albert Hall, in its most ambitious night to date.

Letters Live is presenting a unique show over a weekend of exciting and thought-provoking events celebrating and showcasing Black culture this September as part of Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia Festival in collaboration with Indaba X.

Letters Live is delighted to be returning to Oxfordshire in 2019 for a third time to entertain the crowds at the picturesque Wilderness Festival. During the first weekend of August, as headliners of the festival’s Talks and Debates programme, Letters Live will descend upon the stunning Atrium stage to seduce the audience with, as ever, a cast of readers and letters certain to surprise and delight.

Letters Live will be returning to the iconic Union Chapel in Islington for 3 consecutive nights in March 2019.

Letters Live closed 2018 in spectacular style with a one-off performance in London’s Oldest New Theatre. With Chiwetel Ejiofor, Joely Richardson, Alison Steadman, Louise Brealey, Celia Imrie, Clarke Peters, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Jordan Stephens and Simon Callow taking to the stage. With musical performances from Tom Odell.

Letters Live is delighted to be returning to Oxfordshire in 2018 to entertain the crowds at the picturesque Wilderness Festival following a magnificent debut in 2017. During the first weekend of August, as headliners of the festival’s Talks and Debates programme, Letters Live will descend upon the stunning Atrium stage to seduce the audience with, as ever, a cast of readers and letters certain to surprise and delight.

The fifth appearance of Letters Live at the wonderful Hay Festival in Hay-on-Wye, Wales this year delivered another pair of delightful shows. As the usual tradition for Letters Live, the line-up remained closely guarded apart from the excitable leak that Benedict Cumberbatch would be in attendance. Joining Benedict for these shows was, Clarke Peters, Louise Brealey, Ferdinand Kingsley, Rose McGowan, Tony Robinson, Jessica Raine, Toby Jones, Ophelia Lovibond, Prasanna Puwanarajah, Jordan Stephens and Yrsa Daley-Ward.

LETTERS LIVE NEW YORK

18th - 19th May 2018 Past event

Letters Live’s New York debut took place on May 18 and 19, 2018, at New York Town Hall in midtown Manhattan.

Letters Live will be returning to the iconic Union Chapel in Islington for 3 consecutive nights this March.

On February 26th, the acclaimed UK show Letters Live will be making its US premiere in Los Angeles with a fundraiser for 826LA and Women for Women International at the Theatre at Ace Hotel

Letters Live made its debut appearance at the Edinburgh International Festival on Sunday 27th August 2017, presenting 2 knock out shows in the city’s historic and beloved King’s Theatre to close the festival’s 70th year.

Letters Live is beyond thrilled to be travelling to Oxfordshire this August in order to entertain the crowds at the award-winning, unspeakably picturesque Wilderness Festival for the first time.

In July of 2017, over the course of two days, Letters Live’s first London shows of the year took place at the remarkable Union Chapel, a working church and award winning venue which has been welcoming audiences from afar since being saved from demolition 25 years ago.

LETTERS FROM THE INSIDE

14th December 2016 Past event

From behind the walls of Brixton Prison, Letters Live Presents: LETTERS FROM THE INSIDE

Letters Live is returning to the Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden this October following its acclaimed, sold-out run in March.

Letters Live returned to Hay for a third year after very popular shows in 2014 and 2015.

Letters Live returns to the iconic Freemasons’ Hall in London’s Covent Garden for a seven show run from Thursday 10 March through until Tuesday 15 March 2016 (including our frist ever family matinee on Saturday 12 March).

In February 2016, alongside The Good Chance Theatre and Help Refugees, an unique Letters Live took place in the “Jungle” refugee camp on the outskirts of Calais.

Tell Me A Story

16th June 2015 Past event

In conjunction with Dave Egger’s 826LA Literacy organization and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, in June 2015 we helped raise $300K for literacy charities.

The first ever Letters Live took place at The Tabernacle in London, 2013, and was a huge success.