RECREATION & PARKS
Henrico Theatre hosts a variety of arts programming for all ages and is available to rent for recitals, concerts, group meetings, and multimedia presentations. Henrico Theatre is proud to have state-of-the-art technology for all of your theatre or business needs.
Hours of Operation
Rental & Program Hours
Friday & Saturday, 8am-11pm
Henrico Live Season 2
Join us for Henrico Theatre’s second season of Henrico Live, featuring groups from LA to New York. (Henrico Live Brochure)
Individual Tickets can be purchased online or in person at Henrico Theatre. Cost is $10 per show. Buy Individual Tickets
Fri, Jan 22, 7pm. $10
Imagine the smooth soul of Stevie Wonder, the percussive power of Stomp, the funk and drive of Earth, Wind, & Fire, the hip licks of Take 6, and the brass bite of Harry Connick, Jr.’s Big Band… all created by the human voice alone. M-Pact is respected worldwide as a cutting edge trailblazer in the realm of vocal music. Purchase tickets at www.henricolive.com.
Route 66: Finding Nat King Cole
Fri, Mar 18, 7pm. $10
A phenomenal one-man show featuring the multi-talented film and stage actor Dr. Jeff Obafemi Carr! This one-act blockbuster takes us backstage to the dressing room of the actor tasked with bringing to life the music and memory of the great Nat King Cole. Purchase tickets at www.henricolive.com.
Fri, May 20, 7pm. $10
New Yorker Matt Beilis was born with a distinct voice. Some would say it’s unconventional, which would fit the personality of this singer/songwriter/pianist. Matt traded in his Ivy League education for a gig in a piano store, betting that his artistic talents would propel him beyond the comfort that his academic achievements all but guaranteed. Purchase tickets at www.henricolive.com.
Tickets are only $1 per person and can be purchased at the door.
The Lego Movie (PG)
Fri, Feb 5 at 7pm
Sat, Feb 6 at 2 & 7pm
Jurassic World (PG-13)
Fri, Mar 4 at 7pm
Sat, Mar 5 at 2 & 7pm
A League of their Own (PG)
Fri, Apr 1 at 7pm
Sat, Apr 2 at 2 & 7pm
Concerts & Shows
Recapture The Memory Musical Tribute Show
Sat, Feb 20, 7pm. $5.
All ages. Lights, camera, and lots of action! The city is Richmond, but the style is strictly Las Vegas, complete with costume changes, unrivaled entertainment and show-stopping performances paying tribute to Motown legends and musical icons of the 60s, 70s, and 80s including the Temptations, Aretha Franklin, and Tina Turner.
Purchase tickets at www.henricolive.com. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Enroughty & His Royal Virginians
Fri, Apr 15, 7pm. $5. Buy Tickets
The Royal Virginians, under the direction of Joe Enroughty, perform music made famous by big band era artists, including Guy Lombardo, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, and Harry James.
Thu, Jan 28, 7-9pm
The Tiny House Movement defines the social shift toward simple living in small spaces. Join us for an engaging presentation on tiny house living by renowned tiny house advocate, Thom Stanton. In the presentation, Thom will share a bit about tiny houses, popular points about the movement, and ways to assess your life for an ability to go tiny. Information: email@example.com
Time to Rebuild:Recovery in the Southern Homefront
Thu, Mar 3, 7-9pm
Join us at Henrico County’s portion of a regional series of lectures commemorating the era of Reconstruction. The March lecture will focus on the immediate aftermath of the Civil War in Virginia. Historians will focus on the public effort to rebuild their cities and businesses, how southern white women viewed a quickly changing south, and the efforts to find lost loved ones long missing at the front. This regional lecture series is brought to you in conjunction with the Hanover Tavern Foundation, Henricus Historical Park, and Richmond National Battlefield. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on each individual portion of the Reconstruction series can be found at: www.reconstructionrva.wordpress.com
Aftermath of Civil War: Legacies of Reconstruction
Th, Mar 10, 7-9pm
All ages. The era of Reconstruction began a national conversation about social and economic matters that are still being discussed today. Working with several regional partners, Henrico Recreation and Parks is pleased to be part of a lecture series on this era. The series begins in January at Henricus Historical Park, followed by a February lecture at Hanover Tavern. The focus of the March lecture is “Time to Rebuild-Recovery in the Southern Homefront. Guests can also participate in a bus tour during April & May. For details on the entire series, go to www.reconstructionrva.wordpress.com. Information: email@example.com
Adventure Series: Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour
Fri, Mar 25, 7-10pm
Ages 12+. Each year in Telluride, Colorado, Mountainfilm celebrates cultures unique to mountain communities with an international rendezvous of legendary mountaineers, environmentalists, filmmakers, authors, scientists, and artists. The mission of Mountainfilm is to educate and inspire audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring, and environments worth preserving. Don’t miss this opportunity to view incredible outdoor films! Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
To view a complete list of Recreation programs, visit HCRP Connect.
The facility has two rooms available for rent:
- The Main Theatre has a maximum capacity of 400. Rental of the Main Theatre includes the use of the Green Room and dressing rooms.
- The Reception Room and Lounge (second floor) has a combined maximum capacity of 72 individuals. Rental of the second floor includes use of the kitchen.
The parking lot has the capacity for 135 vehicles.
- Sample Room Diagrams
- Henrico Theatre Reservation Guide – Auditorium
- Henrico Theatre-Reception Room
- Henrico Theatre Performance Guidelines
- Henrico Theatre Auditorium Application
- Henrico Theatre Application to Collect Monies
- Henrico Theatre Room Setup & Equipment Form
- Facility Rental Application-Individual
- Facility Rental Application-Organization
Henrico Theatre, located in Highland Springs, originally opened as a movie palace on April 25, 1938. Tickets were $0.25 for adults and $0.10 for children. The Theatre was designated as a bomb shelter during World War II and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1998, Henrico County purchased the property from the Horne family, owners and operators from 1976 to 1998.