Fans who have waited 25 years to find out the secret of Twin Peaks will be delighted that a celebratory festival will take place in London.

The eighth official Twin Peaks UK Festival will take place in the Art Deco Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End on October 7 and October 8.

The 90s cult TV show returned this year for a dramatic third season this year, and viewers will be able to enjoy highlights from the past and present shows at the event.

As well as being able to enjoy a damn fine cup of coffee and classic slice of cherry pie, stars of the show will also be there to meet guests including Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne), James Marshall (James Hurley) and Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk Hill).

The main foyer will become the iconic Black Lodge, the downstairs bar will become The Roadhouse complete with live music and there will be cabaret performances at the Double R Club.

The weekend will be a celebration of the show’s director David Lynch and his iconic style by screening films such as Mullholland Drive and

Founder and Producer Lindsey Bowden says: “The Twin Peaks UK Festival was created in 2010 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this iconic TV show.

“Thanks to recent re-runs there is now a whole new generation getting to know Twin Peaks, and it's great that once a year fans from all over the world can get together to celebrate their favourite series.

“Now the show is back on our TV screens, this year’s festival is all about looking back over the past 25 years, and at the future of the show; celebrating the world of Twin Peaks within the context of David Lynch’s wider body of work. It promises to be a very special festival indeed.”

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