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Gold Fever Over 25s Night Club, 9pm-2am, The Pad Lounge Bar and Club, Wycombe Air Park, Clay Lane, Booker. Gold Fever over 25s Night Club has Moved from the Bellhouse Hotel to The Pad Bar, playing the best dance classics from the last three decades. Smart Dress only, no trainers or sportswear. Dance till the small hours with former Kiss 100 and Ibiza legend Rob Blake. £7.50 entry. Call 07703 820076 for details.
Billy and The Bonquas, 8pm, Hazlemere Community Centre, Rose Avenue, Hazlemere. Elvis tribute concert. All money raised will go to Scannappeal. This is the 24th concert and has raised more than £35,000 since they began. Tickets are £12.50 from Billy on 01494 439912.
Work, rest and play Tudor style, 10am-5pm, Chiltern Open Air Museum, Chalfont St Giles. This weekend (18&19) visitors can experience life as it was in Tudor times - working, resting and playing! The Museum has invited Tudor re-enactment group, Hungerford Household, to demonstrate a country gentleman's household from the sixteenth century. Tickets are £8.80 for adults, £7.70 concessions and £5.50 for children aged five to 16. To find out more go to www.coam.org.uk.
Dream potions, 2.30pm onwards, Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street,Great Missenden.Create a dream that you can drink? Join chief chef from Cafe Twit to put together a scrumdilicious dream inspiring potion. Workshops at 2.30pm to 3pm and 3.30pm to 4pm. Call 01494 892192 to book. Tickets are £3.95 plus museum entry.
Princes Risborough Sunday Market, 10am onwards, High Street, Princes Risborough.The market seeks to bring a variety of products to you, many from local producers - recent markets have included bread, cakes, cheese, locally produced meat, eggs, honey, apple juice, cooked food and hot food, handmade crafts and cards, plants, olive oil and lots more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Music for a Summer's Evening, 7pm, The Assembly Room, Marlow. A dinner and music recital in aid of Chiltern Music Therapy, which will bring together the talents of Jane Wilkinson (soprano) and Melanie Spanswick (piano) performing the music of Britten, Lehmann, Puccini, Parry and Gershwin. Tickets are £35 per person and include a three course meal. The bar opens at 6.30pm with the concert starting at 7.15pm. For further info and to book tickets contact Rosie at Chiltern Music Therapy on 07968 395794.
Boutique Cinema at Clayton’s Marlow, 7.30pm, Claytons Marlow, 16, Oxford Road, Marlow. Every Monday Claytons Marlow transforms into an intimate Boutique Cinema showing the best in film. With their full menu available until 9pm and a selection of cocktails, spirits and wines, what better way to enjoy a great film. For full film listings at Claytons Marlow including trailers see http://www.marlowbar.com/films Film starts at 8pm with a pre-feature comedy classic from 7.30pm. Call 01628 488404. Free entry.
Tuffney Performing Arts Academy Summer Dance Camp, until August 24, 10am, St Johns Methodist Church, Woodside Road, Amersham. Join in the Tuffney Performing Arts Academy Summer Dance Camp 2012. Choose from different styles of dance including Street Dance, Cheerleading, Song and Dance and Break Dance. Plus Arts and Crafts and Storytime/Drama Games for under 5s. Age groups 2-5 years, 6-10 years and 11-14 years. Half days, single days and full week packages available from just £20 a day. Contact 01494 474544 for more information.
Happydoodle art workshop - 3D city, 10am, 2pm, Downley Memorial Hall, High Street, Downley. Happydoodle is a brand new children’s art club for toddlers and children up to 12yrs held in Downley, High Wycombe. Enjoy lots of fun and creative activities inspired by great works of art, in a calm and structured environment. Summer art workshops are running from August 20-22. Booking is essential, call happydoodle on 07448 793813 and speak to Lian or Jane, or email email@example.com. For more info, visit www.facebook.com/happydoodlearts..07448793813. £15.
Button Bashing Olympic Festival, 10am, until August 24. Cedar Park Primary School, Cedar Avenue, Hazlemere. Button Bashing are celebrating the London 2012 Olympics by creating its own version which will allow all children from active gaming clubs to go for gold. The event will allow participants to train and polish their skills in sports such as 110m Hurdles, Boxing, Long Jump, Archery and Table Tennis, choose their own teams for the main event and represent a country of their choice. All this preparation will lead to the Button Bashing Olympic festival which will be held on August 25, where food and drink will be provided along with many medals, trophies and we also will be giving away £100 worth of GAME vouchers to the winning country. For all information and to book visit: www.buttonbashing.co.uk or call 07531 965628.Tickets are £30.
Weekly Hash (Run), 7.45pm, The Waggon and Horses, Copthall Lane, Chalfont St Peter. 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. They are (very!) mixed ability and welcome anyone regardless of how fit they 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 and come along and join us. Tickets are £1, free the first time.
Beauty and The Beast, 7.30pm, until Sunday with a Sat Mat at 2.30pm and Sunday showing at 5.30pm, Wycombe Swan, St Mary Street. Wycombe Swan Summer Youth Theatre bring Disney's Beauty and The Beast to life. Tickets are £11.50-£16. Concessions £1.50 off. Call 01494 512000 or go to www.wycombeswan.co.uk.
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