Whether you're a connoisseur of classical music or a Bob Dylan obsessive, there is something for everyone at the upcoming Proms at St Jude's festival.

The annual music and literary festival is set to return to Hampstead with an eclectic mix for all musical tastes and ages.

To kick off the festival on June 23, The Echo Ensemble will be performing works from Russian masters Shostakovich and an original work from composer and conductor Noah Max, followed by an evening of Mozart from the Aurora Orchestra that evening.

From there, the festival showcases a whole host musical styles and genres, continuing with a performance of The Marriage of Figaro from the Nevill Holt Opera; Gilbert and Sullivan's HMS Pinafore with piano accompaniment; Borrowed Baroque with the Septura Brass Septet; and a family affair of the Kanneh-Mason Piano Trio, which is made up of siblings including BBC Young Musician of the Year 2016 winner Sheku Kanneh-Mason.

And for those who would prefer to give music a miss, there is still plenty to do.

The festival has a series of Heritage Walks to be undertaken throughout the week, the festival's first ever stand-up comedy evening, and a two-day literary festival.

The literary side of the festivities will feature activities with some well known author Nicholas Hytner and journalist Robert Peston, best known for his ITV show Peston on Sunday.

More is to be announced for LitFest, taking place the first weekend of the festival, but the full programme for the music bonanzas are available now to peruse and purchase tickets.

The event not only serves up some of the best in cultural fun over the week, but is entirely run by volunteers, fostering a festive, community atmosphere.

Proms at St Jude’s runs from June 23 to July 1 at St Jude’s Church, Central Square, Hampstead, NW11 7AH. Tickets go on sale from April 23, but priority booking is available by becoming a Friend. More details at www.promsatstjudes.org.uk