Here is our guide to some of the events coming up in and around Buckingham this week
A Brave Face, Stantonbury Theatre,Milton Keynes, 7.30pm tonight (Friday)
This brave production from Vamos covers the unseen and often unrecognised war injury, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and explores the impact it can have on even the closest of families. Afghanistan 2009 and Ryan is there to see the world, learn a trade and get a life. Training is complete and life is a buzz but on one particular hot and desperate tour of duty Ryan sees things he can’t talk about - not to anyone. And when he returns home, the trouble really begins. With compassion and fearlessness, Vamos brings its trademark, wordless full mask style, to a story that needs to be told. Tickets £15, discounts available. Suitable for age 12 plus. Box office 01908 324466.
Hotel Salvation (PG), 7.30pm tonight (Friday) and Finding Your Feet (12), 7.30pm tomorrow (Saturday), The Film Place, Buckingham
Drama comedy Hotel Salvation is an Indian arthouse film. A nightmare convinces an elderly man that he is about to die and so he decides to travel to the holy city of Varanasi, on the banks of the Ganges, for salvation. His accountant son puts aside his problems at home and work to join him on what proves to be a redemptive trip. Drama comedy Finding Your Feet (pictured above) stars Joanna Lumley and Timothy Spall. This is the simple and touching story of a rather snobbish woman who discovers her husband of 40 years is having an affair with her best friend. She has to address her life and moves in with her estranged bohemian older sister. The two could not be more different. The journey of self discovery that follows involves dance class and a romance with a salt of the earth handyman. Tickets £5.50 adults, £5 concessions, £3 students/children. Available on the door or from The Old Gaol or online:
Monogamy, Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury, 7.30pm Tuesday May 15 - Saturday May 19 plus 2.30pm matinees on Wednesday and Saturday
A new comedy starring Janie Dee as television cook Caroline Mortimer (pictured right) . Caroline Mortimer, the nations favourite TV cook, has it all - a sparkling career, a big house in Highgate, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids and the best kitchen money can buy. But Caroline must face the looming collision of living a private life in the public eye and what happens when the cameras turn off and the truth comes out? Tickets from £15.90. Box office 0844 871 7607 or:
Adrian Hobbs and Friends, an exhibition of fine photography, Claydon estate Courtyard, Middle Claydon, 11am-5pm today (Friday)
Today (Friday) is the final day for this exhibition of photography over a huge range of styles and disciplines - people and places, still life to selfies.
Paul Kidby: Discworld and Beyond, Bucks County Museum, Aylesbury, now through to Saturday June 30
Terry Pratchet’s Discworld novels are brought to life through the illustrations of Paul Kidby .For times and charges call 01296 331441 or visit: