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A floating stage. The biggest names in music and comedy. Black ties. Sharp suits. Designer dresses. Celebrity chefs’ pop-up restaurants. Champagne sipped beside the Thames. An armada of pleasure boats. Dance. Street theatre. Art, sculpture and roving eccentrica. Explosions of flowers. Echoes of laughter. Fireworks. And more fireworks. Late night parties. Generous servings of decadence, garnished with sophistication. Welcome to Henley Festival – where more is more.
A magical annual event etched in the diaries and imaginations of those in the know, Henley Festival is your exclusive pass to five nights of unrivalled revelry. Taking place the week after the Henley Regatta, it’s one of the biggest and best-loved arts festivals in the UK.It’s also a festival like no other. Henley’s unquestionable edge of elegance, extraordinary atmosphere and attention to detail sets it leagues apart from the rest of the festival calendar.
Originally established in 2002 the Hay Hill Gallery
represents a number of internationally recognised contemporary and
modern artists; Olympic artist Nicola Godden, Savoy
artist-in-residence Stuart McAlpine Miller, lenticular photographer
(featured in the V&A collection) Jeff Robb, a contemporary of Henry
Moore, Roland Piché, and other international artists including Jamie
McCartney, Will Martyr, Zorikto Dorzhiev, Massimiliano Cacchierelli
Principi, Björn and Amanda Sjöling and Andy Cheese.
artists exhibited at Henley Festival 2012:
Photographs from the Henley Festival 2012 are at the following link: http://www.satureyes.com/blog/2012/7/henley-festival-2012
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