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Waddesdon Manor, 10am to 5pm, until Sunday. Especially for the Half Term the gardens, Stables Café and Shop, Aviary and Woodland Playground will be open every day, with the Manor Restaurant also open at the weekends. There is a new outdoor trail where families can enjoy hunting for bugs, balancing on stepping stones and weaving natural materials into a frame along the way. "Miss Alice’s Drive Woodland Walk" which can be downloaded from www.waddesdon.org.uk or picked up on site from the start of the walk or in the shops. The House will be closed. Normal admission charges apply
Twitch-tickling pencil toppers, 11am, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. Workshops at 11am to 12pm. For 6+ years: turn a pencil into a Roald Dahl character by making a miniature face to stick on the top. £2 per participant and museum entry. Call 01494 892192 to book.
LIVE Jazz Music with Tim Dawes and Kate Fuller, 7pm, The Tree Hotel at Cadmore End. A night of delicious food and live jazz music, with bass player Tim Dawes and vocalist Kate Fuller performing songs of love, loss and laughter for your enjoyment. It is advisable to book in advance if you wish to dine with us. Call 01494 881183.
Elvis Tribute Night, 7pm, The Lambert Arms, London Road, Aston Rowant, Watlington. A three course meal followed by Elvis Tribute and disco until 1am. £24.50 per person. Booking is essential. Call 01844 351496.
Katherine Ryan- Nature's Candy, 8pm, Norden Farm, Maidenhead. The award winning comedian takes to the stage to talk about things in life that makes us bitter, which can be quite delicious and hilarious. Tickets are £13 from 01628 788997 or go to www.nordenfarm.org.
Create a Crest, 11am, Hughenden Manor, Hughenden Valley, High Wycombe. Design and make a coat-of-arms for your family. Be inspired by Benjamin Disraeli's Coat of Arms and have a go at making one for you and your family. Call 01494 755573. Added value to normal NT Entry.
'Block of Ages' Roller Derby, 4.15pm, Handy Cross Sports Centre, Marlow Hill, High Wycombe.The Big Bucks High Rollers invite you to Block of Ages. They take on Sheffield Steel Roller Girls in what promises to be an exciting return bout. Live roller derby action, mouth watering cupcakes, a treasure trove of apparel and the best company you could hope for on a Saturday afternoon. Tickets £5 in advance £7 on the door. Kids under 12 go free. Go to www.bigbuckshighrollers.co.uk.
Quiz Night, 7pm, St Mary's Church, Marlow Bottom. Marlow.Quiz Night with fish and chip supper, bar and raffle. Tables of four to six or join a team on the night. Tickets are £10. Call 07785 262078 for details.
Roughcut Ruby, 8.30pm, Hobgoblin, High Street, High Wycombe. Four piece covers band make their debut. Free entry. Call 01494 526533.
The Gig of the year, 10pm, The Roundabout, Bridge Street, High Wycombe. Dusk til Dawn return to the Roundabout- High Wycombe's premier rock venue, later this month. Call 07768 308488 for details.
Gardens Open For Charity, 11am, Magnolia House, Grange Drive, Wooburn. 1/2 acre early spring garden featuring hellebores and 10,000 snowdrops. Refreshments. Tickets are £3 from 01628 525818.
Karen Louise (singer), 3pm, Royal British Legion, St Mary Street, High Wycombe. Live solo artist in the club bar from 3pm. Cash Raffles Open to Everyone. Call 01494 448800 for details.
Cheryl Cornwall, High Wycombe Library, Eden Centre, High Wycombe. Runs until March 16. An exhibition of modern art. All pieces are for sale.
Boutique Cinema at Clayton’s Marlow, 8pm, Clayton's Marlow, 16, Oxford Road, Marlow. Every Monday Clayton’s Marlow transforms into an intimate Boutique Cinema to show you the very best in film. Sit back in one of their comfy sofas, sip on a cocktail, grab a bite to eat and watch a film on their big screen with superb surround sound. Screening starts at 8pm with a pre-Feature comedy classic from 7.30pm For full film listings including trailers see http://www.marlowbar.com/films Every Monday excluding Bank Holidays. Free entry. Call 01628 488 404 for details.
Coppelia, 7.30pm, until Tues 26. Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Exchange Street, Aylesbury. The Russian State Ballet and Orchestra of Siberia bring this story based in a doll maker's workshop. Swan Lake is also performed by the company on Wednesday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets are £13 to £31. Call 0844 8717607 or go to www.atgtickets.com/aylesbury.
New Vision Dance, 6pm, New Vision Dance, Piddington and Wooburn Green, Wooburn. New Vision Dance Ballroom and Latin American Dancing. New beginners class starting this month. Group classes and private lessons. Beginners and Improvers Classes in Piddington and Wooburn Green. Call 07530789254 for details.
Happy Days are Here Again!, 2pm, The Elgiva, Chesham. A trip down memory lane with more than 60 songs from the 1940s to 1960s. Tickets are £12 (£11 concessions) from 01494 582900 or go to www.elgiva.com.
Weekly Hash (Run), 7.45pm, The Harte & Magpies, Magpie Lane, Coleshill. 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 we all end up back at the pub for a post-run drink. Find out more at www.hwh3.co.uk. Tickets are £1, free the first time.
Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty, 7.30pm until March 2, Wycombe Swan, St Mary Street, High Wycombe. Matthew Bourne's latest re-imagining of a ballet classic. The music of Tchaikivsky brings this timeless fairy tale alive. A gothic romance for all ages. Tickets range from £24.50 to £40. To book call 01494 512000 or go to www.wycombeswan.co.uk
Twenty Eight Years of Waterways World Cruises, 8pm, Amersham and Chiltern Rugby Club, Ash Grove, Weedon Lane, Amersham. Brian and Velma Kirton have been associated with the waterways for more than a quarter of a century. Originally, Brian worked in the motor industry, but a sequence of events brought him into the travel trade as a Tour Operator. In this role, he developed an association with ‘Waterways World’ magazine, organising a series of successful patronized tours based on waterway themes. They ran for 28 years until his retirement in 2010. Brian and Velma will tell us all the pitfalls, the highs and lows, the dramas and occasional high comedies that accompanied their experiences in leading these cruises. Organised by the Chiltern Branch of the Inland Waterways Association. For further details call Colin Bird on 01932 248178 or email email@example.com.
Troublemaker Youth Theatre. 6 to 8pm, Arts4Every1 Centre, Desborough Road, High Wycombe. 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.
I Love to Boogie with T.Rextasy, 8pm, The Elgiva, Chesham. T.Rextasy have been performing around the world for 20 years. Tickets are £17.50 (£16.50 concessions) from 01494 582900 or go to www.elgiva.com.
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