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What's on this week in south Bucks
Momma's Boy - student buzz, 7pm, Moms Diner, 3 - 4 Queens Square, High Wycombe. Acoustic showcase, featuring live jazz and soul from up and coming artists, led by Noma Khosi. Free entry. Go to www.nomakhosi.com/ or go to 01494 25 70 11.
Gypsy Kings revival night with live band Bambelino at Hedsor Social club, 8pm, Hedsor Social Club, Hedsor Road, Bourne End. Dance night with Gypsy Kings Revival band Bambellino, bar, dance floor- all welcome. Tickets are £6. Call 07721842142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Greg Searle Book Signing, 12pm,Waterstones, 11 Newland Meadow, High Wycombe. Legendary Olympic rower Greg Searle will be in store to sign copies of his biography "If Now Now, When?." His stunning personnel account of winning gold at the Barcelona Olympiad in 1992 that turned a one time medal winner into the determined legend whose name is synonymous with British rowing.
Caribbean Evening, 7pm, Radnage Village Hall, Radnage. West Wycombe Community Library is holding a Caribbean evening at Radnage Village Hall. Dine and Dance the night away, tropical paradise style. Come dressed for the beach. Ticket includes:- Reggae band Xcs, Cressex School steel band, Caribbean food, cocktail, flower lei, best outfit prize, limbo competition, other games. There is a licensed bar. There will also be a grand draw for the summer raffle with fabulous prizes. Raffle tickets and tickets on sale in the Library. Adults for £10 and children 12 and under £5.
Ultimate Bridal and Prom Show, 11am-4pm, Bisham Abbey, Marlow Road, Marlow. Free entry and a glass of Champagne on arrival starts the day that provides inspiration and useful contacts for any bride or groom. Each show will play host to a range of eclectic and original wedding and prom suppliers from expert cake designers, chocolate fondue, florists and jewellers, to bridal well-being, wedding transport, wine tasting and photographers.To register for free show tickets and to also receive exclusive bridal discount vouchers, visit www.theultimatebride.co.uk. Call 0560 1297083 for details.
Comedy Magic and Curry, 7pm, Gold Hill Baptist Church, Gold Hill East, Chalfont St Peter. An evening of comedy magic, with curry and live music starring John Archer, the first man to fool Penn and Teller and described as hysterically funny by Derren Brown. See www.john-archer.com. or call 01753 887173.Tickets are £10.
Michael Portillo, 7.30pm, The Elgiva Chesham. His political career began in 1984. In November 2005 he left the House of Commons at the General Election. His media career has flourished since 2003. All tickets £15 from 01494 582900 or go to www.elgiva.com.
Stott Pilates with Hazel, 11.30am, The Bagnall Centre, 71-79 Waterside, Chesham. Stott Pilates with a trained physiotherapist in our glorious studio. Pilates focuses on working the deep stabilising muscles to strengthen your core, sculpting and toning, increasing strength and flexibility and relieving muscle tension. Tickets are £6 from 01494 791288 or email@example.com.
Learn to Jive, 8.30pm, Loudwater Royal British Legion Club, Queensmead Road, Loudwater. This course is 10 weeks long and is suitable for those with no dance experience whatsoever. The final week of each course is an end-of-course dance which is open to visitors and dancers not taking the course. The course covers basic 6 and 8 count steps and there are 2 different syllabus. Beginners are encouraged to stay after the class for practice dancing. Call 020 8866 9093 for full details.
Poetry Night, 7.30pm, Clayton's Marlow, 16, Oxford Road, Marlow. Share an evening of Inspirational Writing in a poetic and reflective way. Sharing your own poetry, spend an evening being inspired and uplifted in a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere. All are welcome and is also ideal for people just starting to write. Free to take part. Call 01628 475963 for details.
Celtic Dream, 8pm, until September 27, 8pm, The Elgiva Theatre, St Mary's Way, Chesham. An all singing and all dancing international production delivering the heart and soul of Ireland. Featuring a international cast of the finest dancers and vocalists from around the world. Tickets are £17.50-£20 from 01494 582900 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Shottesbrooke Log Boat (A talk organised by AIM), 8pm, Garden Room, Liston Hall, Liston Road, Marlow. Steve Allen, a timber and wood conservation expert will reveal the history of the Log Boat, which was discovered in a lake on the Shottesbrooke Estate in White Waltham, near Maidenhead. It dates from between 1110 and 1250 AD and was made from a single oak tree. The Log Boat is currently on display at the River and Rowing Museum in Henley.Tickets are £2.50 members, £3.50 otherwise.
For more events see the community news section in the Bucks Free Press on page 20 and see the events section of the website, where you can also add your own events.
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