Mr Twits’ Mucky Beard Trail

Pick up your copy of our marvellous Mr Twits’ Mucky Beard Trail at the ticket desk. Hunt around the Museum for all the yucky foods that are featured in Roald Dahl’s stories then, once you’ve found them all you can create a truly disgusterous beard for Mr Twit - eurgh! Great for kids to get stuck in and explore the Museum. For more information call 01494 892 192. Tickets: Free with museum entry.

February 28 to April 3, 11am, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High St, Great Missenden.

Beginners Drawing - Part 2

This course will give you the opportunity to learn more and practice drawing perspective, texture, and light and shade. It will help you to refine your skill and style. This is suitable for those with a little drawing experience, particularly those who have completed the 3 week Beginner’s drawing- Part one course. Full tuition and demonstrations will be given. For a list of what to bring to the class, visit the Queens Park Arts Centre website at more information call 01296 424 332 or email Tickets: £55, £50 members.

February 28 to March 13, 10:30am, Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury.

James and the Giant Peach

Come for songs, craft and play based on storytelling from James and the Giant Peach. For more information call 01494 892 192. Tickets: £4 which doesn’t include museum entry, but that isn’t needed to enjoy the event.

February 28, 10:30am, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High St, Great Missenden.

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Pottery & Sculpture Society talk

This month’s meeting will include a talk by ceramicist Gin Durham. The inspiration for Gin’s work stems from traditions of folklore, fairy tales and nursery rhymes, and a lifelong fascination with animals. She draws on an imagination which has been shaped by treasured tales and imagery and has translated them into stoneware sculptures. For more information call 01494 528 990 or email Tickets: £2 for members and £5 for visitors.

February 28, 8pm, Little Kingshill Village Hall, Windsor Lane, Little Kingshill, Great Missenden.

Brunch means Business

Calling all founders, side hustlers, return to work mothers, aspiring leaders, career transitioners & entrepreneurs! Join for Brunch Means Business series, a regular meetup where group Like Minded Females encourage you to come as you are, have a tasty brunch and hang out with like-minded females who get it! This brunch will be about relaxing on a Saturday, connecting with old friends and new, sharing challenges, learning solutions and expanding your circle in a safe and inclusive setting! For more information call 07881 821 667 or visit Tickets: Cost of food, Fego will provide all brunch guests with 10% off.

February 29, 10am, FEGO, 2 Station Rd, Beaconsfield.

Come & Sing Belshazzar’s Feast

Join Wooburn Singers for the next Come & Sing event. If you’ve never sung Willaim Walton’s Belshazzar’s Feast, or if you have but would love to sing it again, come and spend a day under the expert baton of musical director Tom Hammond-Davies. Pianist Simon Howat will be joined in the afternoon by brass and percussion players from Slough Philharmonic Orchestra and there will be a run-through performance free for family and friends at the end of the day. For more information email or visit Tickets: £20.

February 29, 10:30am, The Beaconsfield School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield.

Volunteer Open Day

Whether you’re looking to kickstart your career or want to be a part of a team, then volunteering could be for you. Join the Volunteer Open Day to learn more about how you can get involved. We are looking for volunteers in a variety of roles including Grounds Champions and Events Volunteers. Enjoy a Behind the Scenes tour of the House or explore the gardens on a guided tour. Chat with our friendly staff and volunteers to learn about their experiences and the different opportunities on offer. For more information call 01296 653 394 or email to register. Tickets: Free.

February 29, 11am, Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, Aylesbury.

Roald Dahl: Yucky Food

Enjoy Roald Dahl storytelling at the Museum of the world’s No. 1 storyteller. Delight in stories from Roald Dahl’s books that feature some really rather disgusterous food. Hold on to your stomachs! Read by our energetic Museum storytellers. Choose to join in if you fancy, or just sit back and relax. Perfect for all ages. For more information call 01494 892 192. Tickets: Free with museum.

February 29, 12pm, The Roald Dahl Museum, 81-83 High St, Great Missenden.

Pop-Up Fairtrade Cafe

Volunteers will be serving delicious, homemade cakes and scones, teas and coffees to showcase Fairtrade ingredients. There will be gluten-free and vegan options available, along with a Traidcraft stall where you can buy your own Fairtrade ingredients to get baking! And there will be a fun quiz where you can win some Fairtrade goodies. For more information call 01494 583 798 or email Tickets: Free.

February 29, 2pm, Chesham Town Hall, Off Baines Walk, Chesham.

Risborough Rugby Quiz Night

Risborough Rugby Club is hosting a charity quiz night to raise funds for 3 players to join the Deaf England Rugby squad in their tour to South Africa in May. There will be a raffle and auction for some amazing prizes. For more information call 07805 774 604 or email Tickets: £12.

February 29, 6:30pm, Towersey Playing Fields, Thame Road, Thame.

The mystery of Glenn Miller

A truly amazing story on the mystery of the famous bandleader’s disappearance en route to Paris in December 1944. If you think you know what happened then this talk will make you think again!Try and solve one of the greatest mystery’s of all time. For more information call 01844 342 103 or email Tickets: £15.

February 29, 7pm, Bledlow Village Hall, Chinnor Road, Bledlow, Princes Risborough.

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Johnny Wheelers Birthday Bash

.Johnnys annual ‘Birthday Bash’ is not only a celebration but in support of the RBL. Expect a real mash-up of styles and tempos to suit every taste. Reggae, rock ‘n’ roll, ballads, Motown and classic pop. On-street parking. Non members welcome! For more information call 01494 711 144. Tickets: A small fee on the door.

February 29, 8pm, Holmer Green R B Legion, 48 Beech Tree Road, Holmer Green.

A Country Night in Nashville

A Country Night In Nashville recreates the scene of a buzzing Honky Tonk in downtown Nashville, perfectly capturing the energy and atmosphere of an evening in the home of country music. Prepare to be transported on a musical journey through the history of Country, featuring songs from its biggest stars both past and present. Hits from Johnny Cash to Alan Jackson, Dolly to the Dixie Chicks, Willie Nelson to Little Big Town, are showcased by the amazing Dominic Halpin and the Hurricanes. With songs including Ring Of Fire, Crazy, Follow Your Arrow, It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere, Need You Now, 9-5, and The Gambler to name just a few, this incredible celebration of country music is a night not to be missed. For more information call 01494 512 000. Tickets: From £29.50.

February 28, 7:30pm, Wycombe Swan, St Mary St, High Wycombe.

Good Luck (You’ll Need It!)

This comedy follows the journey of a mostly dysfunctional, and occasionally committed, group of young people, who attempt to ‘wow’ their audience with their ill-considered theatrical experiments. Seizing defeat from the jaws of victory, this hapless bunch tries and fails to make it to the West End. Cringe as their hopelessly chaotic rehearsal process unfolds, and the lines become blurred between personal identity and their characters. What is real and what is acting? Unlucky, unexpected and unpredictable. You’ll be in stitches while they’ll be needing stitches. For more information visit Tickets: £6, £3 concessions.

March 2, 7:30pm, Old Town Hall, Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe.