Festival venues

St Johns Downshire Hill

St John's Downshire Hill

SJDH's lovely interior is well known for its excellent acoustics and comfortable seating. This Grade I listed building, completed in 1823 and subject of a recent multi-million pound restoration, is located at the intersection of Downshire Hill and Keats Grove in the heart of Hampstead. 

Address

St John's Church
Downshire Hill
Hampstead
London NW3 1NU

Transport

Tube: Northern Line Edgware branch (Belsize Park or Hampstead stations)
Train: London overground train (Hampstead Heath station)
Bus: 46, 168, 268, C11


Burgh House

Burgh House

Built in 1704, Burgh House's last private occupant was Elsie Bambridge, daughter of Rudyard Kipling. Shortly before his death in 1936, Kipling visited his daughter here.

Address

New End Square
Hampstead
London NW3 1LT

Transport

Tube: Northern Line Edgware branch (Hampstead station)
Bus: 46 & 268


Hampstead Parish Church

Hampstead Parish Church

This magnificent 18th century building has a venerable musical history and rich acoustics. 

Address

Hampstead Parish Church
Church Row
Hampstead
London NW3 6UU

Transport

Tube: Northern Line Edgware branch (Hampstead station)
Bus: 46, 603, 268


Map of venues

Hampstead Arts Festival map of venues

Including tube stations, bus stops and parking zones. Click to enlarge.

Parking Zones

link to Camden Parking Zones

Download a map of controlled parking zones in Camden at www.camden.gov.uk