Henley Literary Festival

Henley Literary Festival has been featured in Country Living website’s list of the best Literary Festivals to attend in 2015. Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic ... read more


GYLES BRANDRETH is among the first speakers to be announced for this year’s Henley Literary Festival. The former MP, who is a regular on Radio 4 and The One Show, returns for the first time since a sell-out appearance in 2012. Also on the bill is Caroline Lucas, who will reflect on her time as leader of the Green Party and her experience of being its sole MP. The ninth annual festival will run from September 28 to October 4 at venues across ... read more


Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas are among the first set of speakers. Bestselling novelists, a One Show star and Green Party MP are the first to be announced as Henley Literary Festival speakers. Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, Before I Go To Sleep author S.J. Watson, international bestseller Paula Hawkins and the UK’s most-borrowed adult author M.C. Beaton will all talke at the ... read more

Henley Literary Festival 2015: first speakers announced

Irma Kurtz talks at the Henley Literary Festival on the Dangers of Online Dating
 Mrs Moneypenny at the Henley Literary Festival
 Prince Charles thanked Charlotte Green for her fit of ... read more

Irma Kurtz Talks at the Henley Literary Festival on the Dangers of Online Dating

Irma Kurtz said women who meet men online could be putting themselves in danger because the use of technology robs them of their natural ability to sense a threat. The 78-year-old, who has been writing advice columns in Cosmopolitan for over 40 years, said she is inundated with letters from women claiming they have fallen in love with someone they met over the internet. Speaking at the Henley Literary Festival, supported by the Daily Mail, she ... read more