Ben Hart: A Magical Ode to Indian Mystique

As the scent of incense wafted through the air and the melodious strains of Indian music filled the space, the […]

Polished Performance by Henley Symphony Orchestra

There was ‘standing room only’ in St Mary’s Church on Saturday evening, where the Henley Symphony Orchestra was presenting their […]

Maddi Sharkey’s Solo Debut ‘NUTS’ Cracks Up Kenton Audience

Maddi Sharkey, the director and producer behind the sell out all female comedy shows, This Show Does Not Contain Nuts […]

Phil Tuffnell Bowls Over Audience With Hilarious Stories

Legendary English cricket player and King of the Jungle, Phil Tuffnell got the audience laughing out loud as soon as […]

Henley Players Pull Out All the Laughs in Am-Dram Comedy Show

A comedy play about a drama society performed by our local amateur dramatic group; the Henley Players had the audience […]

David Walliams and Mark Watson End Record Breaking Literary Festival on a High

The Henley Literary Festival in its 17th year had another record breaking event with attendees in person up by over […]

Incredible Insight into the Rediscovery of Shackleton’s Ship

Leading British maritime archaeologist Mensun Bound told his incredible story on Tuesday at the Kenton Theatre as part of the Henley […]

Literary Festival Opens With Theresa May and Ross Kemp

Theresa May opened the 17th Henley Literary Festival with a sold out event on Saturday morning at the Baillie Gifford […]

Celebrating George Michael Tribute Band is Truly Amazing

Steve Mitchell and his Celebrating George Michael tribute band were truly ‘Amazing’ at The Kenton Theatre on Friday and Saturday […]

Reverend Richard Gives a Sermon on his Life

“Dearly beloved, let there be light…” were Reverend Richard Coles’ opening words before he switched on his stage light for […]