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.
Rental & Program Hours
Friday & Saturday, 8am-11pm
Henrico Live Season 3
Dan Lornitis – Hypnotist
Fri, Nov 18, 7pm. Tickets: $10.
Dan makes the audience the star in this uniquely entertaining performance! Dan has been mesmerizing audiences for years with this wholesome act guaranteed to make you smile!
Fri, Jan 20, 7pm. Tickets: $10.
Honest songwriting delivered in a hauntingly beautiful, yet gritty Americana wrapper. Doug and Telisha write songs about a place where religion, superstition, run down bars, gravel parking lots, and boarded- up factories all mingle together.
Fri, Mar 17, 7pm. Tickets: $10.
Leland has written and produced multiple top 40 records while working with talent like Emma Stone, Selena Gomez, and Miley Cyrus. Today, he serves as front man of the high energy pop band, The Stills.
Fri, May 19, 7pm. Tickets: $10.
One of Rolling Stones top 10 country artists you need to know. Olivia’s sound is a combination of mandolin, banjo, and lyrics sweetly laced with a pop energy that captures her ever-moving spirit.
Tickets are only $1 per person and can be purchased at the door. Refreshments available for $1 per item. Information: 652-1460 or email@example.com
Open Season Scared Silly (PG)
Sat, Oct 22 at 10am & 2pm
Fri, Nov 4, at 7pm
Sat, Nov 5, at 2 & 7pm
It’s A Wonderful Life (NR)
Thur, Dec 1, at 7pm
Fri, Dec 2, at 7pm
Sat, Dec 3, at 2 & 7pm
*Performers from Henrico Theatre Company will sing and dance to holiday tunes prior to the movie
Home Alone (PG)
Fri, Dec 9, at 7pm
Sat, Dec 10 at 2 & 7pm
Polar Express (G)
Fri, Dec 16 at 10am & 7pm
Concerts & Shows
Les Stroud aka “Survivorman”: An Evening of Music, Conversation & Video
Fri, Oct 28, 7pm. Tickets: $10.
Best known as the producer, creator, and star of the hit TV series, Survivorman, Les Stroud takes it to the stage! “Survivorman” brings his three greatest passions – music, the great outdoors, and filmmaking together in this not-to-be missed live show. Combining spectacular video footage and original music, Les tells stories and performs songs inspired by some of his most memorable outdoor adventures. Let SURVIVORMAN take you on his journey! Purchase Tickets
Henrico Concert Band Holiday Concert
Mon, Dec 12, 7:30pm. Tickets: Free, call for reservations.
Celebrate the holiday season with director Randy Abernathy and the Henrico Concert Band with a holiday concert for the entire family. Information & Reservations: 652-1460.
Christmas with KOS & Susan Greenbaum
Sat, Dec 17, 4 & 7pm. Tickets: $5.
Come join us for an evening filled with holiday favorites from Richmond’s own KOS and Susan Greenbaum. Listen to their unique arrangements and sounds of the seasonal songs you love. Purchase tickets
Henrico Pops Chorus Holiday Concert
Tue, Dec 20, 7:30pm. Tickets: Free, call for reservations.
Join the Henrico Pops Chorus, under the direction of Bobbie Moore, for an evening of holiday music and fun! Information & Reservations: 501-5859.
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 Reservation Application (Individual)
- Facility Reservation 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.