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What's On

Dates and information for all of this year’s HYF events are here. Details of who to contact and how to enter are provided for each individual event - use the buttons on the right to get further details on each event.

 

Please contact us if you need any more information or if you’d like to get involved - we rely on a team of volunteers to help out with our events so please let us know if you’d like to help!


Deadline for Entries:

All Performing Arts entries by Tuesday 25 February

Competition entries by Friday 28 February

Young Reporter Competition entries email to HYF and the Henley Standard by Monday 17 February

 

Click here for entry forms.

Details of where to send your entries are given on each individual entry form.

sat 7

Gig Night @ Magoos

6pm - 10.30pm 

Years 9-13

GIG NIGHT - an opportunity for DJs, bands and solo musicians to perform at Magoos. 

sun 8

Junior Proms @ Rupert House School

10am - 3pm

Years 1-6

For primary school aged musicians and singers to perform in a relaxed environment

fri 13

HYF Unplugged @ The Kenton Theatre

7pm - 9.30pm  

Years 5 - 13

The first of our three performances at the Kenton this year. If you are a classical, acoustic or folk singer or musician who doesn't need a backing track, this is for you!

sat 14

HYF Run @ Henley Rugby Club

8.30am - 11.30am

Years Rec - 6

 

Writing Prizegiving @ The Bell Bookshop 

(Invitation only)

Art & Film Exhibition @ River & Rowing Museum 11am - 4.30pm

All years

 

HYF Dance @ The Kenton Theatre

2pm

All years

 

HYF Variety @ The Kenton Theatre

7pm - 9.30pm

Years 3-13

Visit www.physiolistic.co.uk/hyf-run to book your place.

Prize giving for the winners of the Writing Competition.

Come and see entries in the Art and Film Competitions on display at the Education Centre, River & Rowing Museum.

Your chance to show us your dance routines on the Kenton stage - all ages in one show this year.

Come and entertain the audience - tell a

story, make us laugh, do some magic, sing

or play to a backing track or show us

your gym skills. Anything goes!

sun 15

Come and see entries in the Art and Film Competitions on display at the Education Centre, River & Rowing Museum.

Art & Film Prizegiving & Cartoon Competition winners announced @ River & Rowing museum 

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Invite only

School & Art

Workshops

The following artists will be visiting schools this year and working on projects based on our Oceans theme:

  • Camilla Shelley

  • Emily Cooling

  • Clinton Osborne

  • Red Van Man

  • Art Pod

  • Lily Rossiter

  • Michaela Clarke

School Workshops planned for this year are:

  • Explorer Dome - interactive science experience

  • Line Dancing

  • Yoga

  • Travelling by Tuba

  • Simon's Drama Workshops - interactive theatre show

  • Singing

  • Street Dance

  • Young Shakespeare Company

  • Parkour gymnastics

  • Squash

  • Storytelling

  • Stageworks

School workshops take place in local schools, and form a major part of the HYF Programme.  We offer over 2,000 places to young people from Reception age upwards. A diverse range of workshops gives children a flavour of different activities that they might not have attempted or experienced before. The programme is designed to stimulate their imagination, build confidence and to inspire them to try out new experiences. The workshops are selected and booked by schools and details will be provided to parents.