GAY TIMES’ Editorial Director Lewis Corner has been added to the line-up for this year’s Happy Place Festival in London.

The two-day event – which was founded by award-winning podcaster, presenter and author, Fearne Cotton – will take place on the weekend 15-16 July at Chiswick House and Gardens.

Happy Place Festival will include a range of activities from talks and panel discussions, Breath and Sleep sessions, Mindful Calligraphy and Craft Workshops, Astrology, Guided and Electronic music meditations, alongside new elements including live music and a creative arts tent.

On Sunday 16 July, British television presenter Sophie Morgan will hold a conversation with GT’s Lewis Corner titled Positive Media, Positive Mind, looking at how we can assess our media consumption across digital and social channels to promote self-care and identify damaging behaviours or habits.

Other names on the line-up across the weekend include Adele Roberts + Kate Holderness, Tom Grennan, Rob Da Bank, Rebecca Dennis, Kirsty Gallagher, Denise Van Outen, Vicky Pattison, Jonny Wilkinson, and Giovanna + Tom Fletcher.

“We have been carefully curating and programming all elements of the festival so that there is something on offer for everyone, something that all festival goers can enjoy and consume at their own pace of self-care,” says Fearne of the broad line-up.

“Whether that’s listening to some expert talks, watching me record my live podcasts with my special guests, trialing some of the workshops and activities on offer, or just enjoying the relaxed atmosphere we hope the festival does so provide – I can’t wait to see you all there.”

Tickets are available now for Happy Place Festival on Sunday 16 July.

Tickets are also on sale for Happy Place Festival at Tatton Park, Cheshire, which will take place later in the summer on 2-3 September.

At Tatton Park, the line-up includes Nick Grimshaw, Henry Holland, High Performance Podcast, Sophie Bostock and Donna Noble.

Fearne Cotton has been building her Happy Place brand since 2017, with her title of the same name having been downloaded over 100M times. Happy Place Festival was first started in 2019, with Happy Place Books in 2012.

Most recently the mental health advocate launched the Happy Place app last year.

GAY TIMES are excited to give away a pair of standard day tickets to the Happy Place Festival at Chiswick House & Gardens on Sunday 16 July 2023. To enter the competition, please click here.

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