What’s on

editorial@buckinghamadvertiser.co.uk
editorial@buckinghamadvertiser.co.uk
0
Have your say

See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region

Today, Friday

Buckingham

The Film Place presents The Way, Way Back (12A), from 7.30pm

Tomorrow, Saturday

Buckingham

The Film Place presents The Croods (U), 4.30pm.

Buckingham

Until January 4, Children’s Christmas competition around Buckingham Old Gaol during normal opening hours. 50p plus usual admission charge. Take part and win a prize. 01280 823020.

Wednesday, January 8

Brackley

Brackley and District History Society, 7.30pm, Methodist Church. Jon Stobart on Shopping in the 18th Century. Refreshments, members free, visitors £2, details from the secretary, 07917 401228 or brackleyhistorysociety@hotmail.com.

Twyford

Twyford and Charndon WI meeting, January 8, at Twyford Village Hall, speaker Andrew Collett of Poundon who will talk on running a bed and breakfast business. The competition will be for the prettiest egg cup.

Future and ongoing events

Winslow

Showing of Sightseers, January 10, 7.30pm, Winslow Community Cinema, Rose Room, Winslow Centre. Hilarious dark comedy about Tina’s caravan holiday with her creepily considerate new boyfriend.

Wicken

Akeley Wood School baby and toddler group, Wicken Park Road, every Monday from January 13, 9.30am to 11am, activities planned every week, visit www.akeleywoodschool.co.uk/baby-and-toddler-group.html to find out more. Free and no need to pre-book.

Milton Keynes

January 18, Milton Keynes Theatre, 7.30pm, Just Beethoven, Piano Concerto no 4 in G major, Overture Fidelio, Symphony no 3 ‘Eroica’, with Milton Keynes City Orchestra, soloist Cordelia Williams, tickets £10, £15, £21, £30 and £34, from mkco.org.

Steeple Claydon

Musical evening with Emma and Roy, music from the 1940s to the present day, £10 a ticket including ploughman’s supper, bring your own drinks, January 24, 7.30pm, Mark Bulman Parish Room, next to St Michael’s Church, tickets 01296 730655 or 738111, all money raised to St Michael’s fabric fund.

Winslow

Showing of Promised Land, January 24, 7.30pm, drama about rural communities and selling of fracking rights with Matt Damon, Winslow Community Cinema, Rose Room, Winslow Centre.

Buckingham

Comedy night at the Old Town Hall, with Paul Chowdhry, the new host of Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week, January 26, tickets from Villiers Hotel and the Tourist Information Centre, Old Gaol, £12.50 (over 18s only). Doors 7.30pm for 8pm.

Steeple Claydon

Claydon Panto Group production of Alice in Wonderland, in the village hall, matinees 2pm on February 1 and 8, evening performances at 7.30pm, on February 1, 7 and 8. Tickets from claydonpantogropu.ticketsource.co.uk and Trevi’s post office, info and updates at facebook.com/claydonpg, email claydonpantogroup@hotmail.co.uk or 07827 302588.

Winslow

Showing of Wadjda, February 7, 7.30pm, ten-year-old girl’s quest for a green bicycle overcoming obstacles that a conservative society puts in her way, Winslow Community Cinema, Rose Room, Winslow Centre.