Now in its 26th year, Crossing Border Festival bills itself as ‘where literature and music clash and collaborate on stage’. Held over a week at various venues in and around the Theater aan het Spui in the centre of The Hague, it had the feel of a “real” festival along the lines of, say, the Cheltenham Literature Festival in the UK. The Crossing Border base is very broad and involves diverse writers and musicians from around the world. The organisation also runs regular, more intimate literary events in The Hague called Border Kitchen.
We covered several of the hundred or so events and our reviews can be read by clicking on the appropriate picture below. The events are listed in reverse chronological order . . .
Oyinkan Braithwaite – MY SISTER THE SERIAL KILLER on 1st November