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What's on this week in South Bucks
Burns Supper, 7.30pm, Wooburn Club, 16, The Green.Wooburn. Fun night with comedy, music and food. Two course dinner and single malt whiskey to toast the haggis included in price. Cock-a-leekie Soup followed by Award Winning ‘Macsween’s’ Haggis, Clapshot and Whisky Sauce (Vegetarian option is available) Call 07900 824880. Tickets are £15 per person.
Film Night: Flow: How Did a Handful of Corporations Steal Our Water? 8pm, Parish Church Hall, Church Lane, Chalfont St Peter. Change4Chalfont Film Night. Across the globe citizens are struggling against transnational corporations which are seizing the dwindling fresh water supplies. This astonishingly wide-ranging film is an informed and heartfelt examination of the tug of war between public health and private interests. Change4Chalfont is a group of local residents who aim to work with our community by helping to reduce our impact on climate change and our dependence on fossil fuels. Tickets are free. Refreshments provided. Donations welcome.
Abba Forever, 7.30pm, Wycombe Swan, St Mary Street, High Wycombe. Tribute band to Abba. Tickets are £19-£22 from 01494 512000 or go to www.wycombeswan.co.uk
Tim Dawes, 8-10.30pm, The Tree at Cadmore End, Atila, Tim Lapthorn and Tim Dawes will be performing tonight.
OPEN DAY, 9am-1pm, New Denham Community Centre, Oxford Road.Denham. Open Day for all the family. Free entry. See our dancers in action, classes which you can join in for free, raffle, refreshments, free workshop with teacher HANY from 1.15pm- 2.30pm and get a free Goodie bag. For ages three to 18. Call 01895 257553 for details.
Buckswashling Birds, 11am, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden.Drop in between 11am and 3pm For all ages: celebrate Britain's Big Garden Birdwatch with Dave from the RSPB. Find out about some buckswashling birds and make a diddly dragonfly. Free for Museum visitors. Call 01494 892192 to book.
Tring Chamber Music - A Midwinter Recital in the Ballroom, 3pm, Tring Park, High Street, Tring. Haydn Trio in G ‘Gypsy Rondo’, Kodaly Adagio for cello and piano, Schubert Fantasia in C op 159 for violin and piano, Brahms Piano Trio in C major op 87. The Rothschild Ballroom is the perfect backdrop to a program with Hungarian overtones which would have graced many a nineteenth century concert salon. Tickets are £15 from 01442 822732.
A new Year... XcS Band ..NEW reggae & Soca Vibes, 9pm, The Wendover Arms Pub, Desborough Avenue, High Wycombe. Come and join in the XcS crew with plenty of Reggae and Soca tunes to warm your soul. Free entry. Email email@example.com for details.
A talk with Harvey GIllman, 2.30pm, Jordans Quaker Centre, Welders Lane, Beaconsfield. Join Harvey Gillman for a talk and discussion entitled: The Love that moves the Sun and Stars: reflections on everyday mysticism. It is the conviction of Harvey Gillman that the mystical is a neglected aspect of the spiritual path. In this talk he will use Dante’s Divine Comedy as one model of the mystical approach, but will relate it to the everyday experience of men and women today. Free/ donations accepted. Call 01494 876594 for details.
The Snowman- Wycombe Sinfonia Orchestra Children's Concert, 3.30pm, John Hampden Grammar School, Marlow Hill, High Wycombe. Music of a chilly nature. The best dressed snowman wins a prize. Tickets are £6.50 for adults (£5 concessions) and children £2.50. To book call 01494 512000 or go to the Tourist Office in High Wycombe Library.
Chilterns Supper Club, 7.30pm, TBC.Amersham. We are a local supper club covering the Chilterns. We meet once per month. There is no membership fee, all you pay for is your own food and drink. Details of the group can be found here http://www.meetup.com/Chilterns-Supper-Club/ . Age, race, status irrelevant.
Reubens Train, 8.30pm, Chesham Folk Club, The White Hill Centre, White Hill, Chesham. Reubens Train are Mick Watson, vocals and Keith Osbourne, guitar, banjo and vocals. They perform mostly American songs, some new, some traditional, from the darker side of life, with an almost unreal intensity. Tickets are £7 for members and £9 non members. Go to www.tudorfolkclub.org.uk.
Weekly Hash (Run), 7.45pm, The Crown, City Road, Radnage. High Wycombe Hash House Harriers - Drinkers with a running problem - meet every Tuesday at a local pub (normally within a 10-mile radius of HW town centre) and go for a run, seeking out a trail that has been previously laid by one of their number. Mixed ability and anyone welcome regardless of how fit you are (or aren´t). No-one gets left behind, and they all end up back at the pub for a post-run drink. Find out more at www.hwh3.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Troublemaker Youth Theatre, 6pm, Arts4Every1 Centre, Desborough Road, High Wycombe. Troublemaker Youth Theatre runs on Thursday evenings between 6pm and 8pm at the Arts4Every1 Centre. A great chance for those aged 10 to 18 to have fun, make friends and produce fantastic drama under the guidance of professionals. £85 per term. Go to www.troublemakeryouth.org.uk for details.
Germaine Greer, 7.30pm, The Elgiva Chesham, Author, academic and feminist icon Germaine Greer brings her show, '40 years of Feminism and Fun' to Chesham. Tickets are £14 (£13 concessions). To book call 01494 582900 or go to www.elgiva.com
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