BRITISH blues act Stan Webb's Chicken Shack will play on Saturday night at the Nags Head in High Wycombe. Fans of the Dudley-based group may remember their late 60s smashes, such as I'd Rather Go Blind and Tears in the Wind. The group's 1969 album O.K Ken? made the UK's top 10 album charts. Tickets are £8 and are on sale from or can be bought at the door.

THE comedy cabaret trio Fascinating Aïda will perform their new act Cheap Flights at the Wycombe Swan on September 21 at 7.30pm, after sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. The troupe are on a three-month tour of the UK, before settling in the West End with their comedy cabaret show. Tickets are £20.50 from 01494512000 or go to

WINDSOR Music Festival will kick off its concert programme in Windsor Castle with a performance from Yuki Ito and the Philharmonia Orchestra on Sunday. The festival, which will run for a little over two weeks from September 17 – October 3, will include performances from opera singer Sir John Tomlinson and the National Youth Jazz Orchestra. Tickets are available for Ito and Tomlinson from £6 – £50 from or on 01753 714 364.

THEATRE hopefuls gear up for a homage to the 80s as Wycombe Swan opens auditions for Our House the musical. Producers are looking for “enthusiastic and energetic” young people aged 9 -19 to take part in a comedy musical and Olivier award-winning show. Auditions will be held at the Wycombe Swan on September 18 at 10am, and will involve dancing, singing and acting. No previous experience necessary.