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Brackley online Post, 29 September 2017

This week’s headlines include:

• Grab yourself an evening of good food and fine music
• Bitter finale for Saints as visitors snatch last-minute draw
• Hard work pays dividends for Brackley rugby team

Don’t forget to check out the Diary Dates Listing at the bottom of this page

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  • To help promote local Brackley businesses, the Business Information Bureau is launching a new voucher booklet FREE to Brackley households. The booklet – worth over £300 – will be delivered in the coming weeks and will be available from all participating shops.
  • FREE one-on-one advice over coffee to any business that needs it. Especially suited to those start-ups and small firms that can’t afford the match funding that most Government schemes require.  Office hours is about business people attending, both to give and receive advice… or simply meet up for a chat.

If you run a business of any kind in Brackley you need to check out the BiB site – Click Here

An evening of fine food and good music

Join us on Saturday 14 October for an evening of local live entertainment. The evening will consist of music and song accompanied by a tasty bistro supper made by the Hummingbirds team (the food not the music!). Tickets cost £20 a person and must be purchased in advance as places are limited. Tickets are available from Hummingbirds Bistro – either pop in or call 01280 700797.

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Brackley Country Market moves to Manor Road library

From Saturday 7 October the Country Market will be at the library from 10am till 12ish. Market manager Diane Elizabeth Jones writes on the market’s Facebook page: “We hope to be there until the Town Hall reopens but when that will be we really don’t know. If for any reason you can’t make a Saturday morning, please order and we will deliver, as you are all precious to us. Thank you.” The market will still be at the Red Lion this Saturday (30 September).
• Keep an eye on the Facebook page, not just for developments but to read about the delights on offer from local traders.

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Raising the roof… to help keep the roof on the church

The next Evenley Arts event is on Saturday 14 October. It is a concert in aid of St George’s Church, Evenley, which – in common with many churches – needs constant and rather expensive maintenance. Money is currently being raised to repair the roof – but don’t be alarmed, it is not in danger of collapse! The concert will be performed by Polymnia, a 22-voice chamber choir based in Milton Keynes that has toured abroad as well as performing in this country. It promises to be a wonderful evening. Canapes will be served (free) at the interval and there will be a donation bar with wine and soft drinks. The tickets are just £10 from Carrie or Kevin on 01280 702300 or email kevinoregan54@btinternet.com

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Rheingans Sisters lead season’s final concert

The final Marston Concert of the 2017 season takes place on Saturday 7 October at 7.30pm (doors open 6.30pm) in Marston St. Lawrence Church (OX17 2DA). Winners of the 2016 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for ‘Best Original Track’, The Rheingans Sisters make bold, playful, innovative folk music that is anchored in traditions without ever being bound by them. Audiences across the world have been captivated by their performances. Tickets cost £15 and are available from Mary Atkin (atkinfamily@hotmail.com) or via www.ticketsource.co.uk/marstonconcerts (plus £1.35 booking fee). There is a licensed bar plus parking.

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Stowe chosen for world premiere of new Holmes story

Join us for the world premiere of a brand new Sherlock Holmes caper, Sherlock Holmes and the Crimson Cobbles, Wednesday 4 October, 8pm Roxburgh Hall, Stowe School. Don’t miss out on this brand new Sherlock Holmes story, delivered at breakneck pace in a hilarious, deeply daft theatrical explosion for adults and family audiences. Holmes and Watson are called upon to investigate the Whitechapel murders that are sending shockwaves through London. But when the evidence points to only one possible and ridiculous conclusion about the identity of Jack the Ripper, is our super sleuth prepared to believe the unbelievable? This witty, laugh-a-minute pastiche of Conan Doyle’s investigative pair is a fast-paced, physical and raucous night at the theatre. Running Time 2 hours including an interval. Tickets £15 /£12 Members/ £10 Students.
Bookings 01280 818012.  www.artsatstowe.co.uk

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Croughton school holds open afternoons for parents

Croughton All Saints CE Primary School (NN13 5LT) open afternoons are on Friday 13 October between 1.30 and 3pm and Saturday 14 October from 2-4pm. The school is just 10 minutes drive from Brackley and has 111 pupils currently on role.

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The family who renovated a manor house

On Wednesday 4 October, Brackley History Society will hear a talk by David Lock about how he and his wife bought Calverton Manor farmhouse along with its outbuildings and thatched cottages.  The manor house is now their home and David will share his restoration experience and the historical information on the house and the features that were unearthed in the process.
• Brackley History Society meet at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday of every month at Brackley Methodist Hall. Members free (visitors welcome, £3), refreshments included. Further information from Karen Gees (Secretary) 01280 708237.

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October date for FolkLaw at Brackley Folk Club

Top group FolkLaw are coming to Brackley as part of their national sell-out tour. It is the only place you will get to see them on this current tour. They will be at Brackley Folk Club’s session at the Greyhound Inn, High Street, Brackley (NN13 7BW), on Sunday 8 October. Doors open 7:30pm and tickets are £8 each (£5 for club members). For more information, contact don@brackleyfolkclub.org. Tickets might  be available on the door but hurry because they are selling out on their tour. If you want a lively and enjoyable evening these are the guys……. For the the FolkLaw website, Click Here.

Meanwhile, the club meets every Sunday night without fail at the Greyhound Inn from 8pm. Do come and visit the venue… the acoustics are fantastic whether you are singing or playing. For directions visit the club’s contact page.

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Don’t forget to check out Diary Dates – we add more as we hear about them

Bitter finale for Saints as visitors snatch last-minute draw

Brackley Town  2-2  Curzon Ashton

Picture: Will Grantham.

Curzon struck an added-time equaliser to stun the home side as Brackley appeared to be easing to a comfortable home win, writes Tim Carroll. Joe Guest hit a terrific shot from 20 yards to send his side back up the M6 with an unlikely point. The final whistle was met with fury and frustration at the self-inflicted loss of valuable points. “This was a game we should have won,” Kevin Wilkin said.

“We were leading against 10 men in added time and have to be able to hold on to that lead.  The players must take responsibility as I do from the touchline for allowing that late goal to happen.  It is deeply frustrating and bitterly disappointing not to win that game having played well and had it in our hands.”

Lee Ndlovu shot just over after a fine sweeping pass from Alex Gudger picked out the striker who cut inside before shooting in the first real chance of the game. Then Brackley went ahead through Glenn Walker’s perfect free-kick after 25 minutes. But they were pegged back by Richard Baker’s equally precise free-kick on 35 minutes in a rare attack by the visitors.

Aaron Williams scored his second goal of the season to restore Brackley’s lead on the stroke of half-time, finishing on the volley after Lee Ndlovu had headed on Shane Byrne’s free-kick. A lively start to the second half saw Brackley spurn three chances to extend the lead as first Ndlovu and then Adam Walker twice could not find the net.

Curzon were largely on the back-foot and the game appeared to be heading for a home win with Brackley in control when Curzon’s Niall Cummins was sent off for violent conduct in the 81st minute. However the points were settled in the 91st minute as Guest fired first time from distance, hitting a fine effort low past Danny Lewis as Brackley conceded twice for only the second time this season and lost ground on the leaders Harrogate and Salford.
Brackley Town: Lewis, Lowe (Myles 85), Gudger, S.Byrne, Graham, Dean, G.Walker, J.Byrne, Ndlovu, A.Williams (Brown 87), A.Walker. Subs not used: Diggin, Franklin, Tilney.
Curzon Ashton: Mason, Baillie, Regan (Bianga 69), Hunt, Howson, Shaw (Thornley 80), Rowney, Baker (Leonard 73), Cummins, McKenzie, Guest. Subs not used: Wharton, Crothers.
Referee: James Oldham. Assistants, Tim Walker and Ryan Haynes
Attendance:  473
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• Full list of season’s fixtures is on the club website – Click Here

Hard work – but effort wins the game for Brackley

Brackley RUFC 16-13 Thorney RUFC
On a near-perfect day and pitch the handful of spectators were treated to an exhibition of good, well fought, game. It was clear that Brackley wanted to move the ball and Thorney wanted to keep it in the forwards and play a more direct game.

Straight from kick-off Brackley put the pressure on and continued this for the first 15 minutes, keeping Thorney pinned in their own 22 but didn’t manage to get on the score board. That being said, the continuity of play and the continuing pressure did catch Thorney by surprise. Thorney did put some pressure on themselves once they got behind Brackley’s defensive line which then caused holes in Brackley’s defence. Thorney’s scrum was dominant in the first half which gave them clean ball and disrupted Brackley’s.

To Brackley’s credit the defence was strong once they were pinned on their own 5 metre line. This caused frustration in Thorney’s ranks and they gave away a lot of penalties in the first half. The pressure finally broke Thorney and a break from just inside Thorney’s 10 metre line saw the ball go through a few hands before Wizard swooped on a loose ball to open the scoring. Unfortunately the kick was missed due to going in to the slight cross wind.

In the second half the roles were reversed and Brackley found themselves on the back foot straight away. Thorney came out with purpose and very direct with their play as their game plan suggested. Again, once they got behind Brackley’s defence Brackley found it hard to keep the line. This inevitably led to Thorney going over for their first try, though they missed the kick.

From the kick-off Thorney were piling the pressure on again. The first 20 minues was where Brackley seemed unable to lift themselves and get back into the game. Thorney capitalised on this by going over for their second to make it 10-5. This try was what was needed to bring Brackley back to life! Suddenly there was a sense of urgency in Brackley’s play and they started to show the continuity that they had shown in the first half.

An infringement, another sealing off by Thorney, gave Mike Lowdell a chance for three points which he took (10-8). Brackley kept the pressure on and, with 15 minutes left, a good interaction between the forwards and backs gave Jon Cooper, from full back, come into the backs line and take it wide and into space. He scored his try in the right hand corner (10-13). Thorney were not quite done yet and with a bit of pressure they went direct down the centre of the pitch and forced Brackley to give away a penalty which Thorney kicked to make 13-13. With four minutes left, a dangerous shoulder charge from a Thorney player saw him receive a yellow card. This was then capitalised by Brackley who put loads of pressure on.

With two minutes left on the clock Thorney sealed off at the breakdown on their own 10 metre line but a lack of discipline saw the referee move the penalty 10 metres towards their line and give a chance for Brackley to seal the game. Mike Lowdell, still hurting from the shoulder charge a couple of minutes earlier, composed himself to slot over the penalty to give Brackley a 13-16 lead and win them the game.

Regular events in Brackley

Third Saturday of each month, 4pm to 6pm: St Peter’s Church, Brackley: MESSY CHURCH – A two-hour session of Bible story, craft activities, informal worship and light meal for the whole family. Details of this and lots of other activities on the St Peter’s Church website.
Every Thursday, 8pm: Stokie’s Blues Exchange partner dance class at Westbury Village Hall, Playing Field Road, Westbury NN13 5LA. The class will focus on the fundamentals of Blues partner dancing including musicality, expression, connection and style. Come along to our dance classes and we’ll teach you a range of skills. It is quite simple to pick up, and we can help the complete beginner to enjoy the magic of dancing from their first night! It’s just £8 on the door before 9pm and £5 after 9pm. Class starts at 8.15 and social dancing is from 9pm to 11pm.

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September
Every Saturday, 10.30-11.30am: Creation Club with Ken and Estelle (Term time)
Every Monday and Thursday, 2-4pm: Knit and Natter
Every Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm: Jigsaw Club
Every Thursday 4.15-5.15pm: Thursday Craft Club with Sue

October
Every Monday and Thursday: Knit and Natter 2-4pm
Tuesdays 3, 17 and 31 October: Job Seekers Club 11.30-2pm
Wednesdays 11 and 25 October: ABC Craft Evening, 7.30-9pm. Colouring, book folding or crochet (crochet or book folding tuition £5 per person)
Every Thursday 1.30-3.30pm: Jigsaw Club
Every Thursday 4.15-5.15: Thursday Craft Club with Sue
Every Saturday during term time, 10.30-11.30am: Creation Club, Weekend crafting with Ken and Estelle.
Thursday 5 October, 11am-noon: Reminiscence Group
Friday 13 October, 8pm: Quiz Night!! £5 per person. Teams of up to six. Prize every round. Please book your team a table at the library.
Thursday 19 October, 7pm for 7.30pm: The Cinema Club showing of Lion (PG). £5 per person. Booking essential. Refreshments available to buy on the night.
Sunday 29 October, 11.30am -12.30pm: Story Time special – The Gruffalo. Stories, crafts and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

November
Every Monday and Thursday
: Knit and Natter 2-4pm
Every Saturday during term time 10.30-11.30am: Creation Club, Weekend crafting with Ken and Estelle.
Tuesdays 14 and 28 November 11.30-2pm: Job Seekers Club
Wednesday 8 and 22 November 7.30-9pm: ABC Craft Evening Colouring, book folding or crochet (crochet or book folding tuition £5 per person)
Every Thursday 1.30-3.30pm: Jigsaw Club
Every Thursday 4.15-5.15: Thursday Craft Club with Sue
Thursday 2 November 11am -12 noon: Reminiscence Group
Thursday 16 November 7pm for 7.30pm: – The Cinema Club showing of “Lion” Certificate PG. £5 per person. Booking essential. Refreshments available to buy on the night.
Sunday 19th November 11.30am-12.30pm: “A Very Hungry Caterpillar” storytime special. Stories, crafts and activities for the whole family to enjoy, please book.

December
Throughout December, Letters from Santa. Our supporters’ group will be working with Santa. Please contact the library for further details.
Every Monday and Thursday 2-4pm: Knit and Natter
Every Thursday 1.30-3.30pm: Jigsaw Club
Every Thursday 4.15-5.15pm: Thursday Craft Club with Sue
Every Saturday during term time 10.30-11.30am: Creation Club, Weekend crafting with Ken and Estelle.
Friday 1 December from 8pm: The Big Christmas Quiz Night!! £5 per person. Teams of up to six. Prize every round. Please book your team a table at the library.
Wednesday 6 December 7.30-9pm: ABC Craft Evening . Colouring, book folding or crochet (crochet or book folding tuition £5 per person)
Thursday 7 December 11am -12 noon: Reminiscence Group
Sunday 10 December: Santa and Santa’s workshops. For further details please visit the library or our Facebook page.
Tuesday 12 December 11.30am-2pm: Job Seekers Club
Thursday 14 December 7pm for 7.30pm: The Cinema Club showing of “White Christmas” (PG). £5 per person. Booking essential. Refreshments available to buy on the night.
Throughout December please check Facebook for club updates due to bank holidays and club special events.

Brackley Library Supporters’ group are looking for new members. Please leave your details at the library or pop along to one of our supporters’ meetings if you would like to find out more. We look forward to seeing you.
• Please check the library’s Facebook page for additional events.

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Tuesday 3 October, 8pm Ugland Auditorium, Stowe – IMS Prussia Cove. Mark-Anthony Turnage  Tickets £25 to include drinks reception / £15 Members / £10 Students. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Wednesday 4 October 8pm: Roxburgh Hall, Stowe – Chipping Norton Theatre presents Sherlock Holmes and The Crimson Cobbles by Toby Hulse. Join us for the world première of this Sherlock Holmes caper delivered at breakneck pace in a hilarious, deeply daft theatrical explosion for adults and family audiences. Suitable for ages 12+; running time approx 2 hrs. Tickets : £15 / £12 Members / £10 Students. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Sunday 8 October 7.30pm: Top group FolkLaw at Brackley Folk Club’s session at the Greyhound Inn, High Street, Brackley (NN13 7BW). Tickets are £8 each (£5 for club members). For more information, contact don@brackleyfolkclub.org. Tickets might  be available on the door.
• The club meets every Sunday night at the Greyhound Inn from 8pm. Do come and visit the venue… the acoustics are fantastic whether you are singing or playing. For directions visit the cluh’s contact page.

Tuesday 10 October: Brackley WI annual meeting showcase – please bring along a plate of goodies.
• Brackley WI meets at 7.30pm on the second Monday of the month in the WI Hall, Manor Road, Brackley (opp.Waitrose carpark exit). The WI provides friendly and regular opportunities for women to meet and become better informed and more dynamic members of society. All women are very welcome to come and find out more about us and the WI organisation. Visitors £4 – maximum three meetings a year.

Saturday 14 October 7.30 pm: Autumn Song – a concert of choral music by Polymnia, a 22-voice chamber choir based in Milton Keynes who have toured in Europe. At St George’s Church, Evenley, NN13 5SG. Tickets £10 (no concessions) from: Carrie or Kevin on 01280 702300 or email kevinoregan54@btinternet.com. Canapes at the interval are included in the ticket price. Wine and fruit juices available for donations.

Sunday 15 October doors open 3pm:  Culworth Cinema – Film matinee of Viceroy’s House (12A) with afternoon tea.  In 1947, British statesman Lord Mountbatten serves as India’s last Viceroy and is charged with handing India back to its people. Stars Gillian Anderson, Michael Gambon and Hugh Bonneville.  Tickets £10 with tea/£5 film only. To book, call June on 01295 768184 or Julie on 01295 760855.

 

Sunday 15 October 8pm: The Big Shake-Up Concert at Ugland Auditorium, Stowe. Formerly known as Bad Ass Brass, The Big Shake-Up is fast becoming recognised as one of the most innovative and exciting ensembles on the UK Jazz scene. Running time 2hrs. Tickets: £14 / £4 under 16’s. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Wednesday 18 October 8pm: Lakin McCarthy presents Dr Phil’s Health Revolution at Ugland Auditorium, Stowe. Phil Hammond – NHS doctor, BBC broadcaster, Private Eye journalist and whistle-blowing comic – combines both of his 2016 sell-out Edinburgh fringe shows in one unforgettable evening. Running time 99 mins. Suitable for 14+. Tickets: £15 / £12 concessions include NHS Workers Discount / £8 Students
Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Sunday 22 October 1pm and 4pm: Tall Stories presents The Snow Dragon in The Roxburgh Hall, Stowe. The night of the Snow Dragon approaches… Billy has everything a young goat could need – and more besides. On New Year’s Eve, Billy is looking forward to the annual visit of the legendary Snow Dragon, who will bring him even more goodies…
Suitable for ages 3 years+. Running time 55 minutes. Tickets £8.50. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Friday 27 October 7.30pm: The Budapest Café Orchestra at the Ugland Auditorium, Stowe. Led by jazz violin superstar Christian Garrick, The Budapest Café Orchestra plays traditional folk and gypsy-flavoured music from across the Balkans and Russia. Klezmer, Romanian Doinas, Hungarian Czárdás and beautiful ballads – such as the theme to Schindler’s List and Andy Statman’s beautiful Flatbush Waltz – are all featured. Running time: 2 hrs including interval. Tickets £12 / Concessions £10 / Members £8. Bookings : www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Friday 3 November 7:30pm: Bernie Marsden and Miles Nottage at Ugland Auditorium, Stowe. “Bernie” Marsden is an English rock and blues guitarist, primarily known for his work with Whitesnake, having written or co-written with David Coverdale many of the group’s hit songs, such as “Here I Go Again”. For one night only Bernie is playing some all-time rock favourites with jazz master Miles Nottage. Running time 2hrs.
Tickets £22.50 / £20 concessions and members. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Saturday 4 November 11:30am and 2.30pm: Tutti Fruitti presents Ugly Duckling, written by Emma Reeves at the Roxburgh Hall, Stowe. Meet the most unusual duckling the pond has ever seen! In their nest at the edge of a pond, the baby ducklings wait impatiently for Mummy’s enormous egg to hatch. But their new brother doesn’t look like everyone else. He doesn’t even quack like a proper duckling! Teased and called Ugly by his siblings, our hero hides in brushwood and stares skyward at the migrating swans, yearning to belong and marvelling at their beauty…. Where does he really belong? Suitable for ages 3 years+. Running time 55 mins. Tickets £8.50. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Tuesday 7 November 8pm: Tooth and Nail presents Hummingbird at Roxburgh Hall, Stowe. Edith Cole worked a dead-end job in a funeral parlour. Ralph Conti worked wealthy widows for a quick buck. Neither expected to fall in love. But once they did, they just kept on falling. Inspired by the true story of the ‘Lonely Hearts Killers’, a pair of latter-day Macbeths who gripped the imagination of 1950s America, Hummingbird is dark, compelling physical theatre. Suitable for 14 years+. Tickets £13 / £11 Concessions / £8 Students. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Wednesday 8 November 2.30 pm: Talk and demonstration by Wendy Freestone of her sculpture. Her work “Watching” was included in this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. At Evenley Village Hall, The Green, Evenley NN13 5SH. Tickets £5 (no concessions), from Carrie or Kevin on 01280 702300 or email kevinoregan54@btinternet.com. The demonstration will be in two parts and free tea/coffee and biscuits will be served in the interval. Tickets are limited.

Friday 17 November 7.30 pm: The Stage is Yours 2, an evening in which you are invited to read a poem, tell a story, sing a song, dance, play a tune or just watch and listen. At Evenley Village Hall, The Green, Evenley NN13 5SH. Tickets £2.50 – performers free – from Carrie or Kevin on 01280 702300 or email kevinoregan54@btinternet.com. The evening will be in two parts with an interval in the middle. Please bring your own drink but glasses will be provided. If you wish to perform, please contact Kevin – see above for tickets – to book your slot. Items should generally be no longer than five minutes unless otherwise agreed.

Sunday 19 November 5pm: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Leonard Cheshire in Stowe Chapel – an evening of music and words with Jane Asher and Friends. This concert will celebrate the centenary year of Old Stoic Leonard Cheshire, the extraordinary man behind the charity. Come and enjoy a magical evening of poetry, songs and music with Jane Asher and friends including, Richard Henders (Chronicles of Narnia, Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit, Foyles War), Richard Rycroft (War Horse, Love is Not Enough and Pride and What). Stowe School’s chapel provides a wonderful venue to enjoy hearing the musical stars from the school perform along with professional Opera singers. Tickets £15 /boxes £500 (5-6 Seats) including drinks reception. Bookings  www.artsatstowe.co.uk
All of the proceeds will go to Leonard Cheshire Disability (registered charity number 5528467).

Saturday 25 November 8pm: Mari Wilson – Pop Deluxe at the Ugland Auditorium. The show features Mari’s unique interpretations of the songs of Dusty Springfield. For the past 18 months, Mari has been touring her show, Ready Steady Girls, to sell-out crowds with the songs of Petula Clark, Sandie Shaw, Cilla Black and more, the Brit girls who inspired her as she was growing up in North London. Mari played Dusty Springfield in Dusty The Musical which toured venues throughout the UK in 2000.
Running time 1hr 20min plus an interval. Tickets £20 / Members and Concessions £18.
Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Sunday 10 December 2pm: Little Blue Monster presents Lily and the Little Snow Bear at Roxburgh Hall, Stowe. A glittering, snowy tale about a little lost bear and a brave little girl. After the show meet Lily and Baby Bear, say hello and have your photo taken with them. Suitable for ages 3+. Running time: 55mins. Ticket Price: £8.50. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Sunday 17 December 7pm: Christmas Boogienotes Rock and Pop Choir at the Ugland Auditorium, Stowe. Join us and the wonderful Boogienotes Choir for an evening of wonderful Christmas songs and carols to celebrate the festive season in style.
You are invited to join us for a glass of wine and a festive treat. Running time 75 mins followed by drinks and a festive treat. Tickets : £10 / £9 Members / £4 under 16’s. Bookings www.artsatstowe.co.uk

Saturday 23 December 2pm:  A performance of Sleeping Beauty by the Looking Glass Theatre Company which, once again brings its inventive pantomime to Evenley Village Hall, The Green, Evenley NN13 5SH. Adults £8, children (13 and under) £6. Tickets from Carrie or Kevin on 01280 702300 or email kevinoregan54@btinternet.com (NB Tickets available from 1 October). The show will be in two halves and fruit juices and biscuits will be available free of charge during the interval.

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For full details of events at Stowe, including times and tickets, Click Here

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