Our love for the city is orbitalWhen people talk about London, it's outer edges often get overlooked. Which is a crying shame really, considering that most of us live in Zones 3 and outwards. Doughnut is challenging this. The Outer London Festival will celebrate the culture of boroughs outside of the city centre. There will be pop-up stalls, markets, music and family friendly activities, alongside a screening of The Inbetweeners and a Q&A with the writers, plus talks and discussions from Will Self, Hanif Kureishi and many more. Remember – there's more to London than Soho and Shoreditch.
- 11am: The Future of the Green Belt – speakers include Andy Groarke, Lynn Kinnear, Barney Stringer, Ellis Woodman and Tom Holbrook
- 12pm: Outer London Landscapes with Andy Groarke, Lynn Kinnear and William Mann
- 2pm: Suburbia and the New Life: Reflections on the Essexodus with Patrick Wright, Gillian Darley and Ken Worpole
- 3pm: Future of Housing in the Periphery – Wouter Vanstiphout and Michelle Provost
- 5pm: The Buddha of Suburbia Book Discussion – Will Self and Hanif Kureishi
- 7pm: The Inbetweeners: screening and writers' Q&A
Day tickets include access to all sessions. Session tickets can also be purchased separately.