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What's on this week: Your leisure guide
Thames Valley Orchid Society, 7:30pm, St Peters Church Hall, 7, St Peters Street.Marlow. Meet every third Friday with visiting speakers, talks by members and a table show show (members bring their orchids for judging) and any questions are answered. Social events as well. Call 01628484703 for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jack and the Beanstalk (Micklefield Amateur Dramatics), 7.30pm, until January 19, Micklefield Community Centre, Centre Approach Off Micklefield Road, High Wycombe. Micklefield Amateur Dramatics are pleased to present 'Jack and the Beanstalk' (Including a matinee performance on the 19). Tickets are now on sale. £5 adults, £3 concessions (over 60s, Children and Students) £12 Family Ticket (two adults and two children) Box Office on 07530 947739 or email@example.com to book your tickets or for a booking form.
The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas, 8pm, and Sat 19 at 8pm. The Wycombe Swan, St Mary Street, High Wycombe. Take a trip back to the glamourous nights of Las Vegas in the late 50s and early 60s, where you will experience tribute acts of Frank Sinatra, Sammy David Jr and Dean Martin accompanied by The Burrelli Sisters and The Rat Pack Big Band. Tickets range from £22.50- £27.50 from 01494 512000 or go to www.wycombeswan.co.uk.
Countryside Workout, 10am, Hughenden Manor, Hughenden Valley, High Wycombe. Join our Ranger team on a countryside workout for fun and fresh air. Activity this month is Laurel Coppicing. Bring your own refreshments. Call 01494 755573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Flushbunking Mr Fox, 11am, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden.For all ages: make your own Fantastic Mr Fox from card, with moving legs so he can run away from Boggis, Bunce and Bean. Free for Museum visitors. Call 01494 892192 to book.
Camelot, 2.30pm and 6.30pm, (Sun 20 at 2.30 and Sat 26 ar 2.30 and 6.30pm), Centre Theatre, Bourne End Community Centre, Wakeman Road. The Forum Players go back to the days of old with brave knights and lovely maidens. A new panto by writer Ben Crocker. Tickets are £9 for adults, £7 concessions and £28 for a family ticket of two adults and two children. Call 01628 523291 to book.
Misbourne Scouts Jumble Sale, 2pm, Gt. Missenden Memorial Centre, Link Road, Great Missenden. Admission 20p. Refreshments will be on sale during the afternoon. Gratefully receive any Items of jumble for the sale from 9am on the morning of the sale until 12pm. Donation of jumble items could be collected by prior arrangement by contacting 01494 521792. Please come and support your local Explorer Scouts.
The Great British Skinny Dip, 7pm, Diogenes Sun Club, Shire Lane, Chalfont St.Peter. One of the UK's premier family naturist clubs, is again hosting the Great British Skinny Dip in January and February 2013. An ideal introduction to naturism, in friendly surroundings at indoor pool. Why not try something different in 2013 and take the naked plunge? Book at www.diogenessunclub.co.uk. Tickets are £4 adults, under 18s free (must be accompanied). Email email@example.com for details.
Gujarati Thali Festival Curry Night, 7pm, The Tree Hotel, Cadmore End. Celebrate the Gujarati festival of Thali. An unmissable night of Western India's richest vegetarian dishes and seafood, all prepared by our specialist Indian chef. Priced at £9.99 per person. Call 01494 881 183 for details.
James Church's Cabaret Nights, 7.45pm, Norden Farm, Maidenhead. World class stars from the West End perform in the intimate Studio space. Tonight an evening with Tim Flavin who has starred in On Your Toes, Crazy For You, My One and Only and has toured the UK with Chitty Chitty Bang Band, Singin' in the Rain and 42nd Street. Tickets are £14 (£12 concessions) from 01628 788997 or go to www.nordenfarm.org.
Simon Evans Friendly Fire, 8pm, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre. Brand new show with no one safe from his critical glint. Join him as he dismantles the lie form Fairy Tales to post-match analysis. Tickets are £12 from 0844 8717607 or go to www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury.
Bisham Abbey Wedding Fair, 11am, Bisham Abbey, Marlow Road, Bisham, Nr Marlow. A twelfth century Abbey, that was once home to Henry VIII, is a unique, intimate and romantic venue providing the perfect backdrop for any occasion. Call 07708 249 440 for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Auditions for….She Loves Me, 2pm. The Old Church House, Western Road, Tring, HP23 4BE. Tring Festival Company is delighted to announce a rare production of this beautiful show at The Court Theatre, Tring in June this year. They are looking for a good mix of voices, both singing and speak¬ing, as well of course ages, shapes, and sizes. They will be looking to see how people can create character, as well as how they can bounce off each other and take direction from us. Auditions are open to all, for further details please contact the production team or view the blog where you should find all the information you require. Email: email@example.com or call: Sebastian Gibbs on 07960 655935 or 01442 824095 or go to : http://shelovesmetfctring2013.blogspot.co.uk
The Woman In Black, 7.30pm, until January 26 with matinees at 2.30pm on Tuesday and Saturday, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, A lawyer engages a sceptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story and exorcise the fear that grips his soul. It all begins innocently enough but as they reach further into his darkest memories the borders between make believe and reality blur. Tickets range from £10-£27. To book tickets call 0844 8717607 or go to www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury.
Comedy Central Live: Suzi Ruffell, Andrew O Neil, 8pm, Bucks Students’ Union, Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe. Free to students, £3 Public on the door.
Vasilis Xenopoulos, 8.30pm, Marlow Jazz Club, Royal British Legion Hall, Marlow. The brilliant young Greek saxophonist is now rated as one of the most talented jazzmen now based in this country. Originally influenced by Dexter Gordon and Hank Mobley, his dynamic but melodic sound has won him several awards. Bringing with him his regular guitarist the well regarded Nigel Price. On this occasion the rhythm section will be led by Gerrards Cross pianist Ken McCarthy. Frank Toms is recovering from a health problem he suffered over Christmas, but was well enough to attend last week's gig as a member of the audience when Ken stood in playing some fine piano alongside Anthony Kerr.
Yoga class - Tracy N'Jie Yoga, 9:30am, Reading Room, High Street.Chalfont St Giles. Hatha based yoga with flowing poses incorporating breath work and deep relaxation to improve well being, fitness and flexibility..firstname.lastname@example.org.
Invaders, Explorers and Shipbuilders, 8pm. Amershan and Chiltern Rugby Club, Ash Grove, Weedon Lane. Jeremy Batch presents an intriguing story of the Thames, that includes one of Nelson’s Flagships, Brunel’s steamships, Henry VIII’s big sister to the ‘Mary Rose’ and the murder of an Archbishop of Canterbury. All will be explained by Jeremy who keeps lock at Limehouse in London. He is a narrowboater, a motor boater and a sailor. He is a member of the Cruising Association and the Greenwich Yacht Club. Jeremy is well-known for the excellence of his presentations and returns for his third visit to Amersham. This meeting is organized by the Chiltern Branch of the Inland Waterways Association, www.waterways.org.uk/chiltern. For further information call Colin Bird 01932 248178 or email email@example.com.
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