Porsche Centre Reading is delighted to announce that we will sponsor the Henley Literary Festival for the third consecutive year. This year's festival will run from 28 September to 6 October 2019.
Since its inception in 2007, this event has established itself as one of the UK’s largest literary festivals. The 2018 Henley Literary Festival was the most successful to date, with over 22,000 ticket sales and top draw speakers including Irvine Welsh, Judith Kerr, Kevin Keegan, Nikita Gill, Sebastian Faulks, Sharlene Teo, Michael Morpurgo, Scarlett Curtis, Ade Adepitan and Francesca Simon.
Last year, Porsche Centre Reading played the role of chauffeur for the festival's VIP guests, providing a Macan to shuttle performing artists to and from the station. The Centre also sponsored key acts at the festival including James Bond author Anthony Horowitz, British journalist and news presenter Louise Minchin, and former star of the Apprentice and host of Countdown, Nick Hewer. In addition, Porsche models were showcased at the prestigious Georgian mansion, Phyllis Court.
The acts for 2019 will be announced shortly. Please call 0118 914 5448 or email email@example.com for more information about our involvement with the festival, or for any of your Porsche requirements.
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