Tuesday, 21 May     20.00-22.00
Sally Festing launches My Darling Derry with Peter Wallis reading in HEAD LINES, poems of family, childhood, twinship, loss and madness.
With Open Mic at Jurnets Bar, Wensum Lodge, King St. Norwich, NR1 1QW. Free Entry. 
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         15.00-17.30 
Peter Jarvis and Helena Nelson, launching new publications from Red Squirrel Press, at the Scottish Poetry Library, Edinburgh.
Sunday 2 June, 2019         15.00-17.00 
Patricia Ace, Stephanie Green, Paula Jennings, Vicki Feaver, Anna Crowe, Jane McKie and Roger West will be reading from their work at the Botanic Cottage, the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh EH3 5LR. Entry £12 (members £10) includes tea and scones. This is a fund-raising event for the wonderful work of the Botanic Garden. Booking is required https://www.rbge.org.uk/whats-on/
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 launching new publications from Red Squirrel Press, at the CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD.
Friday 28 June, 2019           19.00
Launch of new HappenStance pamphlets by Rachel Piercey and Claire Crowther at The Open Book, 10 King Street, Richmond-upon-Thames at 7.00 pm, Friday 28thJune, 2019. Please contact Nell via if planning to come since space will be limited.

  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.