See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region over the Easter break and beyond
The Film Place presents The Lego Movie (U), today, Friday, from 7.30pm, and tomorrow, Saturday, from 4.30pm, corner of Chandos Road and Station Road, tickets from The Old Gaol, on the door or reservice online at www.thefilmplace.org.uk, £5 adults, £4.50 OAPs and £2.50 children and students.
Buckingham Old Gaol Museum and the Tourist Information Centre will be open from 10am to 4pm. Easter egg hunt continues, 50p plus usual admission charge. Normal opening hours tomorrow, Saturday, 01280 823020.
Bingo to raise money for Help for Heroes, WI Hall, Manor Road, from 7.30pm, tickets on the door, children welcome.
Sunday, April 19
Easter Egg hunt and Easter story, St Mary’s Church, 4pm, tea and cakes available from 3pm-6pm, church is near Easton Neston House in the village of Hulcote.
Easter egg hunt, 10am to noon, starting at Thornborough Village Hall.
Monday, April 21
Easter Monday, Buckingham Old Gaol Museum and the TIC are open from 10am to 4pm. Easter egg hunt 50p plus usual admission charge will continue until Tuesday, 01280 823020.
Future and ongoing events
The Film Place presents Gloria (15), April 25, from 7.30pm, corner of Chandos Road and Station Road, tickets from The Old Gaol, on the door or reservice online at www.thefilmplace.org.uk, £5 adults, £4.50 OAPs and £2.50 children and students.
Spring fayre, Fringford village green, April 26, Candleford Cafe, bar and barbecue, competitions for baking and preserves, crafts and art, stalls including cakes and books, children’s treasure hunt, face painting, vintage cars, fire engine, wellie wanging, ‘human fruit machine’, ‘ball-in-a bog’, fun dog show and dancing, noon until 5pm. Free entrance and parking, visit www.fringford.info or call Tim Mustill on 01869 277577.
Quiz night, April 26, 7.30pm, Akeley Village Hall, teams of four to six people, ploughman’s supper, real ale bar by Buckingham Brewery, tickets £7.50. Contact Jo 07783 361223 or Philippa, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenny, email@example.com.
Traditional Maypole dancing by the pupils of Bourton Meadow Academy and Grenville Combined School, May 1, 11am, on the green outside St Peter & St Paul Church, welcome from town mayor Ruth Newell and the town crier.
The Winslow Players presents Habeas Corpus, a hilarious farce by Alan Bennett, Winslow Public Hall, May 8 to 10, seating at tables, licensed bar, doors open 7.30pm. Tickets from Jennie Wren’s Tea Room, Winslow or ticket booking hotline, 07745 223365 or info@ winslowplayers.co.uk.
Stewkley Singers presents The Creation, by Joseph Haydn, with the Wigmore Chamber Orchestra and the chorus of Stewkley Singers, May 18, 7.30pm, at St Michael’s Church, tickets £12 (under 19 £6), Julia Sims 01525 240671 or Jean Spier 01525 240570.