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Young and Strange, 7.45pm, Kenton Theatre, New Street, Henley-on-Thames. An evening of magic, comedy and variety. Tickets are £16.50 (£13.50 concessions). To book call 01494 575698 or go to www.kentontheatre.co.uk.
Olympics menu- Going for Gold, 7:30pm, The Tree Hotel at Cadmore End, Marlow Road. With preparations for the London Olympics in full swing The Tree is offering a ‘five continent’ themed menu. Embracing the ‘Britain™- You’re invited’ project they have created a special Olympic-themed menu, including a progression through ‘Bronze’, ‘Silver’ and ‘Gold’ dishes during the evening. It is £24.95 per person. Call 01494 881183 or go to http://cadmore.treehotel.co.uk/
Wuthering Heights, 7.45pm, The Players Theatre, Thame. This Emily Bronte novel has been adapted for the stage by Connie Stephens. It follows the classic love story between Heathcliff and Cathy. Tickets are £8/£7 from 01844 217228.
Bushcraft Family day courses, 9am, Chiltern Outdoor Group, Crooks Wood, Peterley lane.Great Missenden.Ever wanted to be like Bear Grylls? Always wanted to learn the skills needed to survive in the middle of nowhere.... Here's your chance. Our family day course is aimed at those who want to learn how to live more comfortably in the wild, but do not yet fancy the over night experience. This course covers the basic skills required to survive, and is based on the four main principles of survival --Fire--Food--Shelter and Water.Booking is essential at www.chilternoutdoorgroup.co.uk. or call 01494 436951. Adults are £20 and children £10, Family ticket £50.
Workaid Forecourt Sale, 10am-4pm, The Workaid Shop, The Old Boot Factory, 71 Townsend Road.Chesham.The Workaid Shop Forecourt Sale of Motoring - Books - Tools - Electrical - Gardening - Engineering and more.
Park street Fete, 1:30pm, Park Street Annual Fete, Park Street Sheltered Housing,High Wycombe. BBQ, Tombola, Bottle stall, Home made cakes Raffle Bric a Brac Meat raffle and more. Entry is 20p.
Sunday Walks, 11am,Crooked Billet Pub, Sheepridge Lane.Bourne End. Widen your circle of friends with this social club for singles over the age of 45, in High Wycombe, Maidenhead, Marlow and surrounding areas. Activities include Sunday walks, quiz nights, disco, jive and rock and roll nights, theatre trips, concerts, meals out, weekends away and much more. Walks are approx 5 miles long and we generally walk different areas each week. Visit www.liaisonssocialclub.me.uk or call 07914 640807.
Yard Sale, 11am, Wycombe SDA Church, Victoria Street.High Wycombe.Yard sale fundraiser in aid of Wycombe Community SDA church building fund. Come and support your local church by grabbing yourself a bargain. Caribbean food will also be on sale..
NGS Gardens Open For Charity, 2pm, Rivendell, 13 The Leys.Amersham.A south facing garden featuring themed areas, hosta and ferns, herbs, heucheras and hemeracallis, roses and a wide variety of shrubs and perennials..Tickets £3.
Boutique Cinema at Claytons Marlow, 7.30pm, Claytons Marlow, 16 Oxford Road.Marlow .Every Monday Claytons Marlow transforms into an intimate boutique cinema showing the best in film. With their full menu available until 9pm and a great selection of cocktails, spirits and wines, what better way to enjoy a great film. For full film listings at Claytons Marlow including trailers see http://www.marlowbar.com/films Film starts at 8pm with a pre-feature comedy classic from 7.30pm.
Beauty and The Beast, 7.30pm, until July 28, The Court Theatre, Tring. This musical follows the love story of Beauty and the Beast. Tickets are £6-£13 from 07543 560478 or www.courttheatre.co.uk or from Beechwood Fine Foods, 42, Frogmore Street, Tring.
For more events see the Community News section on page 22 in the Bucks Free Press.