The Baillie Gifford Marquee at Phyllis Court, Phyllis Ct Dr, Henley-on-Thames RG9 2HT
New for 2021 and our largest venue to date, The Baillie Gifford Marquee will be set in the grounds of Phyllis Court. Surrounded by 18 acres of land with lawns sweeping down to the river, and a backdrop of the newly refurbished Riverside Pavilion – a Grade II listed building which overlooks the world famous Henley Regatta course.
Find out more at www.phylliscourt.co.uk
Christ Church, 46 Reading Road, RG9 1AG
Part of the Christ Church United Reformed Church in Henley, the Christ Church Centre’s motto – ‘Meeting the needs of the community’ – sees them graciously offer space for local groups and charities to meet and carry out all manner of activities within its six rooms and halls. As well as the main Church, the Centre includes a smaller Chapel and catering facilities providing lunches, teas and coffees on various days throughout the week.
Find out more at www.christchurchhenley.org.uk
Town Hall, Market Place, RG9 2AQ
Home to The Laithwaites stage. The present Town Hall, built in 1897 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, opened in 1901. With the help of our brilliant AV company, ITM, we return once again to transform this historic landmark into a spectacularly equipped space to host some of the festival’s biggest events.
Find out more at www.henleytowncouncil.gov.uk
The River and Rowing Museum
The River & Rowing Museum is one of the UK’s leading independent museums. The museum opened in 1998 to celebrate the river, the international sport of rowing and the town of Henley on Thames. Throughout the year the museum offers a broad calen–dar of activities including lectures, children’s workshops and family events.
Find out more at http://www.rrm.co.uk