Double your donation to The Reader Organisation between 5th-7th December as part of The Big Give Christmas Challenge
Our fun-packed festive extravaganza returns for its 10th anniversary this December, even bigger and better than ever before
Find a haven of literary escape amidst the pre-Christmas bustle with our latest Short Course for Serious Readers this December
Get crafty and make some beautiful Christmas gifts and decorations at our workshops at Calderstones Mansion House
The Reader Organisation are official partners of plans to transform Liverpool into the UK's foremost reading city
Our read-aloud anthologies of specially selected stories and poems let you share reading with someone close to you.
See how cutting-edge research is demonstrating that reading really does make a difference.
We believe that great literature brings people together. Our Get Into Reading groups open up books to those who would not usually read them, with each other.
Our weekly shared reading groups run in a range of settings around the UK, connecting people through great literature which is read aloud and discussed.
From our national conference to the Penny Readings, our programme of events bring people together and literature to life.
Our courses give individuals and organisations the skills to deliver their own shared reading groups based on our best practice and years of experience.
Discover how you can be part of the Reading Revolution by working with us in a number of different ways.
The Reader Magazine is the written voice of the Reading Revolution
Share the joy of reading aloud with our poetry and short story anthologies
We have established the movement of shared reading as a practical way to increase wellbeing, extend reading pleasure and foster social inclusion. We are an award-winning social enterprise with a strong partnership track record of reaching a wide range of people.
Some of our Readers have shared their own stories about what their reading group means to them.
Find out how our Reading Revolution burst to life in the words of our Director, Jane.
Meet the people behind the books – our dedicated team working to bring people and literature together.
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'I thank whatever gods may be for my unconquerable soul' -lines from Invictus, read and recited by Nelson Mandela to his fellow prisoners - 44m ago
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