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With more than 50 events showcasing up to 80 writers, artists, academics and journalists, the festival will explore what these nations offer on the global stage and what it means to be an Aussie and Kiwi today.

The festival will be opened by Tim Winton and confirmed authors include Clive James, CK Stead, Fay Weldon, Geoffrey Robertson, Helen Garner, Evie Wyld, Anna Funder, John Pilger and Witi Ihimaera among others.

This four-day festival will celebrate the best of literature, theatre, film and music from and about Australia and New Zealand. Academy Award winning director, producer and screenwriter Jane Campion is the festival patron.

You will get to hear and mingle with writers, musicians, actors, opinionators, well known faces and talented creative types. Whether you’re from Australia, New Zealand, Britain, or anywhere else, we suggest you clear your diaries for four days and prepare to have your notions challenged, reinvented, and turned upside down.

When: May 29 - June 1

Where: King's College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS

Click here to find out more and to book tickets

Read our feature on the festival here

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