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The Kenton Theatre is Seeking to Appoint a Treasurer to the Board of Trustees

An opportunity has arisen for the Kenton Theatre Management Society Ltd to appoint a Treasurer to the Board of Trustees in order to further the charitable aims and financial sustainability […]

Win Tickets to See Tiffany

The Herald has partnered with the Kenton Theatre to offer a pair of tickets to see legendary pop star Tiffany for a rare and intimate UK performance on Tuesday 21 […]

Kenton Announces Record Breaking Sales for Panto!

The Kenton Theatre is delighted to announce record-breaking ticket sales for this year’s pantomime, Aladdin. Although there are still 208 days until Christmas (as of right now, 30/5/22), ticket sales […]

Kenton Theatre Announces ‘Pay What You Want’

The Kenton Thratre recognises that the cost of living crisis makes it harder for many people to relax and enjoy a night out. Therefore a selection of shows are being […]

Theatre Trustees Confirm Stage Set for Development of Business Plan at AGM

Despite the challenges of re-opening The Kenton Theatre following the pandemic and the Omicron variant hitting the panto season, Trustees at the AGM held last night (Wednesday) said the theatre […]

A Cold War Double Bill – From Both Sides of the Curtain at Kenton

A new national tour of two short plays exploring the brightest and darkest moments of Cold War history have taken on a new importance given the global political developments of […]

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

Not long ago, it seemed highly unlikely the UK would vote to leave the EU. We had a reasonable opposition to the Tory Government, Donald Trump was a buffoon who […]

Competition to Win Family Ticket to Alice in Wonderland Show

We’re delighted to partner with the Kenton Theatre for a competition to win a family ticket to Alice in Wonderland this weekend. dk productions are excited to be back at […]

Infamous Mary Blandy Murder Case to Be Re-trialled at The Kenton

It was the most infamous murder case in the history of Henley. On 6 April 1752 Mary Blandy was hanged outside Oxford Castle for murdering her father Francis Blandy, a […]

Competition – Win Tickets to See Three Degrees

The Herald has partnered with the Kenton Theatre to run a competition to win 2 tickets to see the Three Degrees with original member Valerie Holiday on Thursday 24 March. […]