Full Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023 panel schedule revealed

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The panel schedule for the 2023 Star Wars Celebration has been revealed, confirming panels and celebrity appearances throughout the event.

There will be three stages in total, the Celebration Stage, the Star Wars Galaxy Stage, and the Twin Suns stage. Some events held on the Celebration Stage will also be live-streamed to the Galaxy and Twin Suns stages to reach a wider live audience.

The panels will kick off at 11am on Friday, April 7 with an event with Star Wars’ current roster of filmmakers to discuss the future of the franchise, touching on The Mandalorian, Andor, and a cryptic “more”. This could well be when to expect an announcement on a future Star Wars film,  after silence from the studio after since the resoundedly unpopular sequel trilogy.

Later on during the first day will see ‘London Calling: Designing Star Wars Productions in the UK’, a panel focused on the set design work for Solo and Rogue one, and ‘The Making of Andor Season One’, which is self-explanatory and will include Tony Gilroy and Diego Luna.

Saturday features a lot more panels, including two anniversary discussions for 40 years of Return of the Jedi and 15 years of The Clone Wars respectively, as well as a dedicated panel for Ahsoka, among many more.

On Sunday, actors Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine), Andy Serkis (Supreme Leader Snoke), and Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma) will sit at the ‘Villains of the Sequel Trilogy’ panel, discussing what it’s like to be a villain in the Star Wars universe. There’s plenty more to enjoy as well, such as a panel dedicated to Obi-Wan Kenobi and a detailed look at the Disney parks and their interaction with Star Wars.

On the fourth and final day, the main focus is on the Celebration Europe Closing Ceremony, but there are also panels on The Bad Batch, comics, tabletop games, and much more.

We’ve highlighted some of the most exciting panels, but there are plenty more to dig into. Head to StarWars.com to browse the full schedule.

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