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Henley Literary Festival 2022

01 to 09 October
Henley-on-Thames Town Centre
Market Place, RG9 2AQ
Henley-on-Thames
RG9 2AQ

01 October to 09 October

Market Place, RG9 2AQ
Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 2AQ
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Henley Literary Festival
Russell Brand at the Henley Literary Festival

About the Henley Literary Festival 2022

Founded in 2007, the Henley Literary Festival has firmly established itself as one of the UK’s most popular literary festivals, bringing together punters and pundits from far and wide in an annual meeting-of-minds set across its stunning riverside hometown.

Henley Literary Festival is established as one of the UK’s biggest book festivals. Previous speakers have included John Mortimer, Doreen Lawrence, John Major, Julia Donaldson, Richard E. Grant, Candace Bushnell, John Sentamu, Cressida Cowell and Graham Nash.

The Henley Literary Festival 2022 festival will take place from Saturday 01 to Sunday 09 October at venues across Henley-on-Thames with talks, Q&As, workshops and performances for adults and children.

This line up for this year’s main festival, as well as the children’s festival, will be published here when it becomes available.


Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 01 - Dame Stephanie Shirley
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 02 - David Suchet
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 03 - Gerald Scarfe
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 04 - Konnie Huq and Friends
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 05 - Kristina Stephenson
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 06 - Mary Berry
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 07 - Shahidha Bari
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 08 - Siana Bangura Roy McFarlane
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 09 - Sir Alastair Cook
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 10 - Sophy Henn
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 11 - Theresa May inteviewed by Katherine Grainger
Henley Literary Festival Gallery Image 12 - Tim Rice interviewed by James Runcie

From left to right, top to bottom: Dame Stephanie Shirley, David Suchet, Gerald Scarfe, Konnie Huq and friends, Kristina Stephenson, Dame Mary Berry, Shahidha Bari, Siana Bangura and Roy McFarlane, Sir Alastair Cook, Sophy Henn, Theresa May inteviewed by Katherine Grainger, and Tim Rice interviewed by James Runcie.