theatre

Celebrity Cinderella Panto With a Twist in aid of The Chiltern Centre

For one night only (4 December) Quirky Conkers will take over the Kenton theatre for their performance of Cinderella 2 – The Mrs Charming Years in aid of The Chiltern […]

Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright According to Mark Steel

When comic Mark Steel toured his highly successful Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright in 2018, his outlook was wonderfully hopeful despite the show describing when Donald Trump won the […]

Mr Christmas and His Merry Elves Launch Living Advent Calendar

Henley’s own Mr Christmas aka Richard Rodway launched this year’s Living Advent Calendar last night at the Kenton Theatre. This is the ninth year of the Living Advent Calendar and […]

Jeux D’Exprit & The Chiltern Centre Join Forces for Fifth Year

“It all started in the Old Fire Station Gallery with an experiment, Making a Mark – a little history of art with huge projections of great paintings accompanied by music […]

Sleeping Beauty Panto Right on Horse for Success

Preparations are well underway for this year’s Kenton pantomime, Sleeping Beauty with our resident cartoonist, Steve Allender painting and completing the scenery backcloths this week. Steve was asked by Heather […]

Live Music Show Performing Classic Hits From the 1950s and 1960s

Tickets are selling fast for an exciting music show returning to Henley this autumn with its brand new show for 2019. As seen in the West End at The Leicester […]

Henley Players to Perform Classic Thriller ‘Dangerous Corner’

J B Priestley’s classic thriller ‘Dangerous Corner’ is coming to the Kenton Theatre next week. The play was the first of his series of Time plays, masterpieces of construction which […]

Stars of the West End Musicals Coming to Kenton for Special Show

Stars of the West End show coming to the Kenton on Sunday 20 October will showcase some of stars from the top musicals including The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Cats, Chess, Evita, The […]

Sir Tim Rice Wanted to be Elvis

Talking at the Henley Literary Festival on Monday evening at Phyllis Court Club, Sir Tim told the audience he was keen to be famous when he was younger and although […]

Inventive and Interactive Godspell Coming to Kenton

Following its near sell-out run of Annie at the Kenton last year, Reading Operatic Society returns with Godspell one of the most influential musicals to come out of Broadway in […]