Beaconsfield Model Railway Club

This annual exhibition will have a good selection of working layouts in various scales and gauges; full trade stand support; club stall with items for sale. Quality refreshments available all day. Tickets: adults £5, children £2.50, wheelchair users free.

6 July, 10:30am, The Beaconsfield School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield.

The Greatest Showman

Great family evening. Food stalls, bar, singalong and dress up if you like. Free onsite parking. Bring your picnic blankets, chairs and enjoy a great evening. Purchase tickets from Tickets: adults £12, under 18 £8, family ticket £38.

6 July, 7pm, Holmer Green Senior School, Parish Piece, Holmer Green.

Race Night

A night at the races - family fun, a raffle, cash prizes - raising money towards new windows and doors at the centre. Doors open 7.30pm first race at 8pm. Tickets: £3 per tote card. Call 01494815180 or email for information.

6 July, 7:30pm, Hazlemere Community Centre, Rose Avenue, High Wycombe.

Damon Singers’ Pudding Concert

The Damon Singers present their celebrated Pudding Concert with a selection of summer music by Elgar, Holst, Rutter, Cole Porter and more. Tickets are £12 in advance, £14 on the door, and available from Perfect Pitch, The Broadway, Chesham, or call 07956 125775. Refreshments and a programme are included in the price.

6 July, 7:30pm, United Reformed Church, The Broadway, High Street, Chesham.

Terriers Playgroup Quiz Night

A quiz night that it is open to anyone who would like to go along. Food will be provided during the evening but feel free to bring along your own snacks. Alcohol will not be served but you can bring your own. A raffle will also be held during the evening. Please book your place – call 07724 674776. Tickets: £10 for quiz and food.

6 July, 7:30pm, St Francis Church Hall, Amersham Road, High Wycombe.


Rancher play a wide range of country music and can cater for both line and western. They do their very best to keep up to date with the latest floor fillers as well as the classics. Doors open at 7.30. Tickets: £3 members, £6 guests. Call 01494440349 or email

6 July, 8:45pm, Cressex Community Centre, 203 Cressex Road, High Wycombe.

Science of the Sky

Enjoy a hands-on science session with a Roald Dahl twist. Try out experiments that lift, float, fly and fizz upwards based on Roald Dahl’s stories. An exciting session that will teach you a thing or two about science - and Roald Dahl - along the way. Cost: £2 per participant. Call 01494 892192 to book.

7 July, 12pm, 1:30pm and 3pm, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden.

Gin Tasting

Gin tasting in aid of Rennie Grove Hospice Care. Hosted by Griffiths Brothers Distillery. Entry is £15 including tastings, tour and talk and two G&T’s and homemade canapes. Call 07973239269 or email for information.

10 July, 7:15pm, Griffiths Brothers Distillery, Penn Street.

Match Point at Eden

Don’t miss a serve at Match Point, Eden Shopping Centre’s very own large screen installation showing all the action from the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament. And to add to the drama, there are supporting competitions, offers and entertainment to keep everyone on the edge of their seats. Each day, Eden will be hiding tennis balls in different retailers, if you find one, take it to their customer services and choose from one of three prizes.

1 to 14 July, match times, Eden Shopping Centre, Oxford Street, High Wycombe.

Tring Park Gala

Using the Robert Frost poem as a source of inspiration, The Roads Less Travelled is an exciting and original dance production telling a series of tales with one thing in common: all the central characters are at a crossroads in their life. Highlighting the skills of the Tring Park Senior Dance students and shown through ballet, jazz and contemporary. Tickets £17.50 at or call 01494512000.

7 July, 7:30pm, Wycombe Swan, St Mary Street, High Wycombe.

Marlow Food & Drink Festival

Market Square Group is very excited to be returning to Marlow, to host the Marlow Food and Drink Festival following a successful launch in 2018. The Marlow Food and Drink Festival will celebrate the best of local, regional, national and international products. In addition to the food market and street food section there will be a feast of entertainment, including live music and craft ales and beers.

5 to 7 July, various opening times, Higginson Park, Marlow.

Black Comedy and a Little bit of Lehrer

Fundraising evening for BMOS with a mixture of a one act play and the mastery of Tom Lehrer. Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer. Brindsley and his debutante Carol have borrowed some expensive, antique furniture from his neighbour Harold’s flat without his permission in order to impress an elderly millionaire art collector coming to view Brindsley’s work. When the power fails, Harold returns early, and Brindsley’s ex-mistress Clea shows up unexpectedly, things slide into disaster for him. Tom Lehrer. Some of Tom Lehrer’s brilliant songs, including Poisoning Pidgeons in the Park, The Masochism Tango and The Old Dope Peddlar round off the evening. Free parking on site, tickets £15. Bar open from 7pm.

6 July, 7:30pm, The Curzon Centre, Maxwell Road, Beaconsfield.

Murder Mystery Evening

The play (presented in the form of a radio play) takes place in the winter of 1947. Sir Brian Burrows, owner of Stocksley Manor, is a self-made millionaire married to Lady Sylvia, formerly a famous actress. Lord Guy Stocksley fell on hard times and had to sell the family home, but still rents a worker’s cottage on the estate. Sir Brian enjoys flaunting his wealth and his success in business. Each character we meet has a reason to detest him - and he meets his end in a violent fashion. But who did the deed? All will be revealed after the long interval for your picnic supper and a murder-related quiz. Bring your own drinks as there is no bar. Tickets £10.

5 July, 7:30pm, Liston Hall, Liston Road, Marlow.

Fun Fridays

Experience jazz, gin, dancing and song after hours at these new informal evenings. July 5 is Gin and Jazz – enjoy an evening of jazz music performed by Jazz Lane and a glass or two of gin. Tickets £15 per person including a gin cocktail – call 01494 871117. Over 18s only.

5 July, 7:30pm to 10pm, Chiltern Open Air Museum Newland Park Gorelands Lane Chalfont St Giles.

Hellfire Comedy Club

A brand-new season of the hottest comedy with the most exciting up-and-coming comedians on the circuit. Cool beer and red hot comedians will ensure you laugh the night away. Aged 14 and over. Tickets £6. Go to

11 July, 8pm, Wycombe Swan, St Mary Street, High Wycombe.

Food Fair and Big Bucks Bake Off

Now in its eighth year, Eden Shopping Centre’s much-anticipated food festival is back, and bigger than ever before. Dean Edwards will be performing live cooking demos on stage, preparing an array of delicious dishes for spectators far and wide. He’ll also be joined by CBeebies television presenter, Katy Ashworth. Join Eden and discover some of the best local produce around from the likes of small, independent makers. Plus if you are a keen baker, then don’t miss out on this years’ Big Bucks Bake Off 2019. Find out more at Eden’s website

6 July, 10am to 5pm, Eden Shopping Centre, Oxford Street, High Wycombe.

Princes Risborough Town Festival Saturday

The High Street will be playing host to live music and performances on the main stage. Other attractions include, a man-made beach, BMX shows and free workshops by three times Guinness World Record holder and professional BMX flatland champion Matti Hemmings. There’s also a 65ft inflatable assault course, a silent disco, a food court with local street food vendors and cookery demos, a makeup masterclass by celebrity makeup artist Lyndsey Harrison, plus over 40 stalls that line the high street.

6 July, Market Square, Princes Risborough.

Hamilton Academy Summer Fair 2019

This year’s fun festival is expected to be the best one yet – there will be zorbing, bungee trampoline, giant inflatable slide and obstacle course, games, stalls, barbecue, cake stall, Pimm’s and beer tent, live music and dance shows and more. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun. An unlimited wristband for the day is £15 or £1 entry and pay-per-ride.

6 July, 12pm to 4pm, Hamilton Academy, Hampden Road, High Wycombe.

Cressex Community School Summer Fete

Another chance to enjoy the fun of the fair in the sunshine at Cressex School. There will be plenty of food and drink on offer, a tombola, raffle and more stalls and activities.

6 July, 12pm to 3pm, Cressex Community School, Holmer Lane, High Wycombe.