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AMERSHAM Playgoers will be getting into the spirit of Christmas for their next production with ‘The Flint Street Nativity’ by Tim Firth. As the title suggests, the play revolves around a nativity play, as a result and bearing in mind the Christmas theme they have moved their usual production dates from mid November to November 30- December 2. All of the characters are played by adults, which adds to the humour of the piece as the ‘children’ struggle to remember the words of carols and in the end making up their own. It is at the Drake Hall, Amersham Community Centre, Chiltern Avenue, Amersham. Door open at 7.30 performances start at 8pm. Tickets £10 (£8.00 concessions) from 01494 776308 or email APTGtickets@yahoo.co.uk.
HAVING done Christmas concerts in London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank this year the A40 Choir is going to do two locally, in St Mary’s, Old Amersham on Saturday, December 8: a short matinee Bucks Schools together at 2:45pm, and a full length Christmas Variety Concert, at 7:30pm. Tickets range from £3 to £15. Call 01753 886005 or go to www.a40music.com.
THE Bisham Concert Band's Christmas Concerts are back. On December 8 and 16 at 11am they will sing carols at ASDA in High Wycombe, at 2pm on December 9 at St Mary's Church in Princes Risborough (this is a full band concert) , and on December 22 at 1pm at Hughenden Manor in High Wycombe.
STUDIO E174 is opening three weekends leading up to Christmas, showing a range of jewellery, silversmithing, objects and still-life photography. It is open this weekend, then again on December 1 and 2 and December 8 and 9. Opening times 11am to 6pm, other times and dates by appointment. The studios are at First Floor in Block B, Commercial Square in Leigh Street, High Wycombe. Call 01494 259522 for details.
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