French-born comic and flute music
Pubs have always played an important part in our communities and we’re keen to ensure that tradition continues. Here, some landlords share their latest news. We’ll drink to that!
Enjoy live music by a duo at The Gamekeeper’s Lodge in Bellingdon Road on Saturday from 9pm to 11.30pm.
The Cherry Valentines is made-up of Paul O’Kynd and Vicky Valentine who play up-tempo cover tunes with acoustic guitar, flute and harmonies.
The duo’s pedigree comes from Paul’s almost 20 years in the music business, playing in signed originals bands and various cover acts, and Vicky’s years as a stage actor, trained flautist and burlesque chanteuse. Paul is also one half of renowned local acoustic rockers The Weathertop Preachers.
For more information call 01494 793 491.
Come along to the charity karaoke event on Saturday, January 24 at the The Red Lion in Penn Road.
The evening is in aid of Beaconsfield OAPs Coach Trip.
Call Chris Owen on 0777 0888 997. Any raffle prizes are welcome.
The next comedy show at The Potters Arms, in Fagnall Lane on Thursday, January 29 will feature Eric Lampaert. Eric is a French-born comedian who was a finalist in the Amused Moose Laugh Off competition. Tickets cost £15. Call 01494 726 222.
People will be able to show off their general knowledge skills when a quiz takes place at a village pub.
The Green Man in Village Road, Denham Village is hosting a quiz every Thursday evening this year.
Teams of any size are welcome and the fun starts every week at 8pm.
There are a range of nights to cover everybody’s tastes at the pub in High Street this winter.
Landlady Rachael Bree and her team welcome people to darts every Monday and charity quiz nights every Tuesday.
Customers can enjoy band nights every Saturday but no matter what day you pop in, be sure to say hello to Ms Bree’s dog, Gunner the border terrier.
Rachael Bree, landlady of the White Hart in Chalfont St Peter