Friday 8 March, 2019         19.30
HappenStance flashmob event at StAnza in St Andrews, Byre Theatre. This was a secret happening, known only to HappenStance poets available in Fife on 8 March, and therefore not posted here in advance. However, you can see the film of it here:
Monday 18 March, 2019     19.45 
D.A. Prince with David Constantine and Yvonne Reddick at the Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax,
Tickets £5.00 on the door.
Sunday, March 24th           13.15
Lydia Kennaway, radio programme with Maggie Mash on A History of Walking (forthcoming HappenStance pamphlet), ChapelFM.
Sunday 31 March, 2019      19.00
Helena Nelson reading at Shore Poets, Edinburgh, The Outhouse, 12A Broughton Street Lane, Edinburgh, EH1 3LY
Thursday 25 April              18.00
Clare Best, reading and panel discussion on Creative Expression for St Elizabeth Hospice, Ipswich, at Seckford Theatre, Burkitt Road, Woodbridge, IP12 4JH
Free entry and refreshments
Tuesday 23 May, 2019        19.00
Lydia Kennaway at Finding the Words, with Malcolm Carson and Char March at York Explore, York Central Library, York YO1 7DS
Tickets £3.00 on the door.
Thursday 30 May, 2019       19.00-20.30
D.A. Prince and Maria Taylor at Five Leaves Bookshop, Nottingham: two HappenStance poets talking about pamphlets.
Saturday 1 June, 2019         13.00-15.30 
Peter Jarvis and Helena Nelson, launching new publications from Red Squirrel Press, at the Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh.
Thursday, June 13, 2019      20.00
Lydia Kennaway with folk duo Rising Ashes (Lisa Marie Glover and Satnam Rathore) at The Purple Room, Wheatley Lane, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley,  LS29 8PP
Tickets £5.00 on the door.
Tuesday 18 June, 2019        19.00
Peter Jarvis and Helena Nelson, with Mandy Haggith, launching new publications from Red Squirrel Press, at the CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD.

  Freeze frame from teh film of the HappenStance flashmob performing Lear's The Jumblies. You can see Matthew Stewart at the front brandishing a large green sieve with various others standing around grinning, most of them wearing blue surgical gloves. A few diners near the front are chuckling.