Big Bens Car Boot Sale. It is Worth checking that the sale is on in the event of inclement weather. Set up at 12.30 Buyers £0.60p (£2.50 before 1 p.m.) Cars £10 Vans from £12
Join CBeebies star, Tree Fu Tom, as he takes to the stage in his first nationwide ‘live’ tour! Follow Tom, Twigs, Ariela and friends on an action packed adventure through the magical world of Treetopolis! After finding a dusty old map, Tom decides to follow where it leads and see if it will take them to any mysterious hidden treasure - but it’s not an easy route to follow. Tom and his friends must travel through wild weather and catch the mischievous Mushas who are making trouble along the way! Full of fun, music and laughter, Tom will need your help to do the Tree Fu moves that could help save the day. Be part of the magic! Brought to you by Premier Stage Productions Ltd and FremantleMedia Ltd
Weaving new and old music this is event 6 of the 56th Little Missenden Festival and sees Darragh Morgan violin John Tilbury piano Howard Skempton accordion in concert. This programme grew from Howard Skempton’s love of the music (and wit) of American composer, Morton Feldman (1926-1987). Starting from Feldman’s aphorism, “the sound is the experience”, he has chosen a set of miniatures that play with harmony, melody and instrumental colour in subtle and deceptively beautiful ways. Feldman saw his works like a painter – “I more or less prime the canvas with an overall hue of the music”. He was fascinated by the offsymmetry and uniqueness of Persian tapestries. Spring of Chosroes is based around such a carpet, owned by Sassanian King Chosroes II. Shared interest in beautiful and mysterious patterns weaves in Telemann, a key figure of the Baroque. Darragh Morgan plays two Fantasias for violin, using a baroque bow he also adapts to play Feldman.
Run & Jump. Vanetia Casey (Maxine Peake), the spirited and impossibly optimistic center of the Casey family, is working hard to get life back to normal after her 38 year-old husband, Conor (Edward MacLiam), suffers a rare stroke which changes his personality. Tweedy American doctor, Ted Fielding, (Will Forte) arrives in Ireland to stay with them for two months: his research grant providing the Caseys with essential financial aid. Vanetia's a dynamo. But with two young kids and both men in the house, she's feeling bombarded and initially treats Ted and his study of Conor with resistance. Only when she observes Ted's calming influence on the family does she begin to value his friendship, and, in return, Ted enjoys their heady, happy-go-lucky world. But Ted's continued presence in the house sets the family on course for an emotional collision. Directed by Academy Award®-nominee Steph Green and featuring Saturday Night Live star Will Forte in an impressive dramatic debut, this life-affirming film ... Tickets are available from Cineworld
Tom Cary - winner of The Voice of South Bucks - singing as Michael Buble. in aid of the Mayor of Beaconsfield's Charity Dementia UK. The cost of £26 includes Poppadums and Chutneys. A mixed Starter, Lamb/Chicken/Vegetable Curry. Rice and Naan. Vegetarian Option / Chicken & Chips available if pre-ordered. Information from Chris Owen 0777 0888 997. Ticket Box Office operated by Interdesign Bathrooms, 25 mayflower Way, Beaconsfield, HP9 1UG. Tel 01494 677888
Informal community networking group. Meets monthly on the first Wednesday.
This is a Wooburn Festival 2015 event. Andrew first performed for Wooburn Festival last year. He will be accompanied by Richard Pinel, Assistant organist at St George's Windsor. Andrew's programme will include songs by Faure and Vaughan Williams. Admission free but retiring collection will be made for the artists. Booking not required.
Hughenden Art Group's annual exhibition provides an opportunity to see and purchase art by local artists. Telephone enquiries to Janet Davis 01494 863110.
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The Heath Quartet have performed at the Wooburn Festival since 2006 and have become a highlight of the Festival's classical music offerings. Oliver Heath and Cerys Jones - Violins, Gary Pomery - Viola and Christopher Murray - Cello.