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Full Name Adrian Henri
Profession Poet
Date of Birth April 10 , 1932
Place of Birth Birkenhead
Birth Country United Kingdom
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Died
Death Date December 20, 2000, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Adrian Henri is one of the famous Poet, who was born on the memorable day of April 10 in the year 1932. Hailing from the vibrant city of England, Adrian Henri is a proud citizen of United Kingdom.

Founder of a poetry rock band known as The Liverpool Scene. He was also a contributor to The Mersey Sound, an important poetry anthology.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Adrian Henri continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Adrian Henri
Popular As: Adrian Henri
First Name: Adrian
Last Name: Henri
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 10
Birth Year: 1932
Death Date: December 20, 2000, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Death Day: December 21
Death Year: 2000
Education: Newcastle University


He attended King’s College, Newcastle, where he studied art.

His melding of popular culture and music with poetry increased poetic awareness among British young people in the 1960s.


He was married twice and did not have any children. He was a friend of Beatles’ singer and fellow Liverpudlian, John Lennon.

Adrian Henri Timeline

In 1938, at the age of six, he moved to Rhyl.
He was described by Edward Lucie-Smith in British Poetry since 1945 as the "theoretician" of the three.
Earlier, in 1955, he played washboard in the King's College, Newcastle, Skiffle Group.
The trio of Liverpool poets came to prominence in that city's Merseybeat zeitgeist of the 1960s and 1970s.
His numerous publications include The Mersey Sound (Penguin, 1967), with McGough and Patten, a best-selling poetry anthology that brought all three of them to wider attention, Collected Poems, 1967–85 (Allison & Busby, 1986), Wish You Were Here (Jonathan Cape, 1990) and Not Fade Away (Bloodaxe Books, 1994). .
Public performances by the band included a (financially unsuccessful) 1969 tour when they opened for Led Zeppelin.