Here is our guide to some of the events coming up in and around Buckingham this week.
Little Panto of Horrors, Magdalen College School, Waynflete Avenue, Brackley, 7.30pm Thursday February 8 and Friday February 9 and at 2.30pm Saturday February 10
Brackley Players present a unique panto which, as the name suggests, is slightly similar to the musical and film based in the shop. However, instead of being a dark story, this is pantomime and so good will triumph over evil with help from the travellers of the universe to ensure Flora keeps her shop. With laughs, comedy slapstick and sword fights this is a panto somewhat different! Tickets £9 and £7 from Davies and Partners, Market Square, Brackley or call 07516 408897 or online (booking fee applies online):
Last Night of the Proms concert, Whittlebury Hall, 7pm Sunday February 4
The Rotary Club of Towcester presents an evening filled with fabulous music and song of all ages and styles, performed by Sponne School Musicians and Kidlington Concert Brass, conducted by Catherine Underwood of Sponne. Tickets £17. Box office 01327 3532851 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also available from Colemans, 193 Watling Street, Towcester or customer services at Towcester Tesco, or from the website:
Adam Wakeman and Damian Wilson, The Stables, Stockwell Lane, MK17 8LU, 8pm Sunday February 4
Best known as the keyboard player with Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath, Adam Wakeman (son of Rick) is now on tour. He has lived in and around Buckingham for the last 15 years and this is his closest show to home. As a classically trained pianist his albums cross many genres and styles from classical to rock. He co-wrote Ozzy Osbourne’s most recent platinum selling album Scream and has also toured with Travis, Annie Lennox, Will Young, Slash and 10CC. Damian Wilson is a songwriter and vocalist who has appeared on over 70 separate album releases and is well known in the progressive rock genre. He played the lead role of Jean Valjean in the UK tour of Les Miserables. The duo’s tour is ahead of their new album release in mid February. Tickets £14.50. Box office 01908 280800.
Lost in Paris (12A), 7.30pm tonight (Friday) and The Florida Project (15), 7.30pm tomorrow (Saturday), The Film Place, Buckingham
Comedy drama romance Lost in Paris is about a Canadian librarian who is summoned to Paris to save her 88-year-old aunt from an old people’s home, but arrives to find that she is missing. The Florida Project is a drama set on a stretch of motorway just outside the pseudo-utopia of Disney World where six-year-old Moonee and her rebellious mother live week to week in a budget motel. Tickets £5.50 adults, £5 concessions, £3 students/children available on the door or from The Old Gaol or book online:
Carol Waller Stencil and Print Making Workshop, Watson School of Art, Stowe, 10am-4pm Sunday February 4
Tickets £55 includes lunch.Book on 01280 825710.