Henley Festival 2011
with the BBC Concert Orchestra
Thursday 07 July 2011, 8.45pm
Henley Festival, 14 Friday Street Henley on Thames, Oxon RG9 1AH
Tasmin Little violin
BBC Concert Orchestra
Timothy Redmond conductor
The hugely successful vocal quartet Blake headlines an evening of Henley Festival at its best. With virtuoso violinist Tasmin Little and the brilliant Dutch musical comedian, Hans Liberg - 'a touch of the Victor Borge' - and an extra hint of spice...
How to get there
- There are regular bus services operating between Henley and Reading, High Wycombe, Marlow, Maidenhead and London. For London's Heathrow airport, there is a bus from Heathrow to Reading and then take the bus from Reading to Henley.
- Henley on Thames. For latest train information contact National Rail 08457 484950.
- London/Heathrow Airport: Take M4 west towards South Wales, leave at Junction 8/9, join A404 (M), signposted Henley. Take third exit from A404(M) onto A4130 and into Henley. Bristol/South Wales: Leave M4 at Junction 10, join A329(M), follow signs for Reading. At end of motorway, follow signs to Henley via the A4, join A321, pass through Wargrave. Join the A4130 just outside Henley, turn left into the town. London/Oxford/Birmingham using M40: Leave M40 at Junction 4. Take A404 signposted Marlow/Bourne End. Leave first exit into Marlow centre, take A4155 to Henley. M25 North/South: Leave M25 at Junction 16. Take M40, signposted Oxford. Follow directions above for arrival from the M40. For M25 South, leave M25 at Junction 15. Take M4 West. Follow directions for M4 as above. The Festival site and car parks are situated on the London side of Henley Bridge and are clearly signposted. £15 with your tickets; £20 on the night. The Car Park will open at 4:30 for picnics. For large picnics, two Car Park passes are required. The car park opens at 5:00 on Sunday.