Stuart Henson has read at venues as diverse as Blackwell’s Oxford; The Bridlington Poetry Festival;   The CB1 Café;   Heffer’s Cambridge; Herringbroom Studios; Little Gidding Poetry Society; The Landsdowne Club, Luton; Lauderdale House;  Lumen; Nottingham Poetry Society; The Palmers Green Bookshop; The Poetry Society; The Sow & Pigs, Toddington; The US Embassy;  Ware Poets and The Voice Box at the South Bank Centre.

He has read for Radio 3 and the BBC World Service and he has worked as visiting writer in secondary schools, primary schools, on courses for teachers—and in a prison.

Contact Stuart for readings

                                                                                                                                                                                  At Waterstones 27.11.18                                                                          

Sheepish Grin at Bluebell                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Nottingham-based folk duo Sheepish Grin accompanying the reading from Feast of Fools at the Bluebell Inn, Helpston, April 2017


 Some of Stuart’s recent reviews for London Grip can be found at London Grip

A new version of Á Une Passante is posted on the Wild Court translations webpage at:           


                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ten Poems About Sheds – by Fleur Adcock, Alison Brackenbury, John Greening, Stuart Henson, Kathleen Jamie, Derek Mahon, John McAuliffe, M. R. Peacocke, Carol Rumens & Vernon Scannell –  launched at The Urban Shed in Cambridge on  4th April 2018


The Players is David Sutton’s Poem of the Week 365  

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