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Halloween Disco, 4-5.30pm, Marsworth Millennium Hall. Lots of spooky antics and ghoulish games. Tickets are £2. Children up to eight years. Under one's free. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Drinks and snacks available to buy. Prizes for best fancy. Further details at www.marsworthpreschool.org.uk. Tickets available from 07506 179658.
Show People, 7.45pm, until October 27. The Curzon Centre, Beaconsfield. The Beaconsfield Operatic Society present a great evening of entertainment. Tickets are £14 from 01494 813518.
Organ Concert, 7.30pm,Holmer Green Village Centre, The Common, Holmer Green.The celebrated theatre organist Len Rawle will be playing popular music from the shows - all profits to the Lantern Club, Holmer Green..Tickets are £10 including interval refreshments.
Poppy Appeal launch dance, 8pm, Flackwell Heath Royal British Legion, Cookie and the Bluejays playing music. £5 tickets.
Gruncious Ghost Hunt, 11am, and October 28, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden. For all ages: navigate yourself around the museum and find answers that will help you discover the mystery monster. Free for Museum visitors, drop-in throughout the day. Activities free with museum entry. Call 01494 892192 for details.
High Wycombe and District Cage Bird Society, 1.30pm, Hazlemere Community Centre, Rose Avenue, Hazlemere.The new Chiltern inter-club cage bird show. Further details on 07811321328 OR www.hwbbs.co.uk.
Trick or Treat? The BIG Fancy Dress Halloween Party at Clayton's Marlow, 9pm, Clayton's Marlow, 16 Oxford Road, Marlow. Calling all ghosts, ghouls, zombies and vampires… They will be transforming their quaint looking bar into a den of horrors with pumpkins galore, vintage horror films and even a spot of taxidermy with their former family dog Geoffrey making a guest appearance. Resident DJs will provide the soundtrack to the evening to ensure your Halloween goes bump throughout the night. Be warned… this is a Fancy Dress event (with a prize for the best outfit). Free entry. Call 01628 488 404 for details.
Buxfest, Doors open at 4pm, The Elgiva, Chesham. A day of bands from Mask of Judas, Parka Club, Everything Rests, The City is Ours and lots more. Tickets are £8. All ages show- ID needed at the bar. Go to www.facebook.com/buxfest. XcS...Winter lock-down, 9pm, The Bricklayers Arms, High Street, Downley.
Free Reggae & Soca to get you in the mood from the XcS Band. Call 07843 478543 for details. Halloween Pumpkin Party, 11am-4pm, Cliveden, near Maidenhead, Come dressed up and have fun with pumpkins. Bring your own home-grown- the biggest wins a prize. Children tickets are £2.
Pumpkin carving, 11am - 5pm, until October 31, Hughenden Manor. Pick a pumpkin, carve a spooky face and then take it home to scare your friends. Small charge for pumpkins.
Opera Dudes Licensed to Trill, 8pm, North Dean Village Hall, Opera Dudes will be performing their opera, swing, showstoppers and impressions as part of Theatre in The Villages, which aims to bring professional theatre to your doorstep. Tickets are £10 from Julia White on 01494 562311/ 07734 432895 or Beechdean Dairies on 01494 563980.
Beaconsfield Concerts, 7.45pm, Beaconsfield High School, Wattleton Road. Celebrating the life and music of the much loved British singer, Kathleen Ferrier. Victoria Simmonds (mezzo-soprano) and Anna Tilbrook (piano) have devised a programme entitled With Much Love based on the letters and music of Kathleen. Tickets are £16 from 01494 678595 or 01494 680275 or go to www.beaconsfieldconcerts.org.uk.
Out and about with the ranger, 10.30am-3pm, West Wycombe Village and Hill, A light-hearted introductions to their work with a BBQ lunch and tour. Adults £3 from 01494 755573.
Family walk in the woodland, Cliveden, near Maidenhead, and Wed Oct 31 and Fri Nov2. 11am-1pm. Fun 3k guided activity walk for accompanied six to 12 year-olds.
Chepping 16 Plus Young Drivers, 8.45am- 4.30pm, Wycombe Rugby Club, Kingsmead Road, Loudwater. Courses are organised and conducted by Approved Driving Instructors (ADI). All instructors are CRB (Criminal Record Bureau) checked. The course is a Pre Driver course and is aimed at young drivers 16/17+ and is a 1 day course. It costs £50. Call first to confirm a place is available. Pupils will see presentation from Fire Service on drink driving and also learning Theory and hazard perception with practice on laptops. Call 01628 523235.
Witchy Decorating Plates, 10am, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street.Great Missenden.For 7+years: decorate your very own dinner plate with a Halloween or firework theme. Workshops at 11.30pm to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 2.30pm. £3.50 per participant in addition to Museum entry. Call 01494 892192 for details.
I Devide, 7pm, The Scorpios Bar, 34 Crendon Street, High Wycombe. Black Bullet Live Presents I Divide, plus support. Tickets are £4 adv £5 from email@example.com.
The Twilight Zone, 4-6pm, West Wycombe Village and Hill. Trail in search of bats and other night creatures. Toast marshmallows around the campfire and end with a torchlight walk to Hellfire Caves. Call 01494 755573.
Wild Wednesday, Halloween spooktacular, 11am-3pm, Cliveden, near Maidenhead. Come dressed in a scary outfit for a spooky trail and creepy crafts. Child £2.
Propsposterous pumpkin pots, 11am, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street.Great Missenden. For 6+ years: sculpt and paint your very own pumpkin pot in time for Halloween. Let our friendly witch show you simple pottery techniques to help you create your pot complete with lid and candle. £3.50 per participant in addition to Museum entry. Workshops at 11.30pm to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 2.30pm. Call 01494 892192.
For more events see the Community News section in the paper and the events section online.