Theatre In The Villages returns to Aylesbury Vale this month for another season, with a variety of professional performances taking place in towns and village venues across the district.
Now in its 15th year, Theatre In The Villages plays to hundreds of Bucks residents in village halls and other community venues every year.
Each show is chosen and promoted by local people.
The first performance of the season is An Evening Of Musical Comedy with Victor and Albert.
Identical twins Prof Victor and Dr Albert perform original songs, comedy and double entendre suitable for ages 16 and over, injecting new life into the great British tradition of two men and one piano.
The show is at 8pm on Saturday, September 28, in North Marston, with pre-show drinks at 7.30pm.
It comes to Winslow’s St Laurence Room at 8pm on Saturday, October 19, with doors open at 7pm and refreshments available to purchase.
Movies And Musicals, an evening of fabulous songs from Hollywood and Broadway in a fun and light-hearted presentation by West End singers Jayne O’Mahony and John Langley, is at Padbury Village Hall on Saturday, Octber 26.
On Thursday, October 10, moving and compelling northern drama Twelve Miles From Nowhere comes to East & Botolph Claydon Village Hall.
The same show can be seen at Jubilee Hall, Whaddon, on Friday, October 11.
On Saturday, November 16, Westbury Pavilion hosts a musical murder mystery comedy set in the 1920s, Murder At Goosnargh Hotel.
Theatre In The Villages is subsidised by Aylesbury Vale District Council, Wycombe District Council and South Bucks District Council.
For full details, including prices and booking details, see www.aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk or call 01296 585301.