Independent partners with HowTheLightGetsIn
Monday 24 January 2011
Independent Print Limited, the parent company of
The Independent Newspapers, has signed a media partnership with the world's first philosophy and music festival,
Held annually in Hay-On-Wye, the festival runs from 26 May until 5 June, bringing together writers, academics, philosophers and musicians including Ed Vaizey, Laura Marling, Mary Ann Sieghart, Johann Hari and Bianca Jagger for debates, talks and concerts.
Now in its third year, HowTheLightGetsIn attracted over 15,000 visitors last year and has tripled the number of events since its inception across the ten day festival to more than 140.
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