Some­where over the rain­bow...

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND -

1 A POPULAR story will be brought to life by a youth theatre group this week­end. Young­sters from Rare Pro­duc­tions will per­form The Wiz­ard of Oz at The El­giva, in St Mary’s Way, Che­sham, to­day (Thurs­day) and to­mor­row (Fri­day) at 7.30pm and Satur­day at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Lit­tle Dorothy Gale of Kansas dreams of what lies over the rain­bow. One day a twis­ter hits her farm and car­ries her away over the rain­bow to an­other world. Join Dorothy, the Scare­crow, the Tin­man, the Cow­ardly Lion and Toto as they travel the uni­verse of Dorothy’s imag­i­na­tion.

Tick­ets cost £15.50 (full) and £13.50 (conc) for tiered seats and £13.50 (full) and £11.50 (conc) for stalls.

Call 01494 582 900 or visit www. el­giva.com.

2 FILM fans will be able to en­joy two dif­fer­ent movies over the course of the week­end. Pinewood Cinema will be screen­ing A Lit­tle Chaos, star­ring Kate Winslet and Alan Rick­man, as well as an­i­mated chil­dren’s film the Spongebob Movie on Satur­day and Sun­day.

There will be mul­ti­ple screen­ings of the two films on both days.

To find out more, or to book, call 01753 656815 or go to www. pinewood­cin­ema.com.

3 THE Roald Dahl Mu­seum, in High Street, Great Mis­senden, is cel­e­brat­ing its 10th an­niver­sarya this week­end with a day fullf of fun, mis­chief, and cake.

A whole range of ac­tiv­i­ties will take p place on Satur­day from 10am to 5pm i in­clud­ing a birth­day can­dle trail, a w whizz through your favourite Roald D Dahl sto­ries in its epic 10 Books in 10 M Min­utes per­for­mances and there will a also be a Bogtrot­ter Cake.

Guests can also ex­plore Great Mis­senden on the mu­seum’s guided vil­lage trails and join in with its top ten talks.

Vis­i­tors ar­riv­ing be­tween 10am and 11.55am get a raf­fle ticket on the door, in time for Miss Trunch­bull to pick the lucky win­ners at 12pm. Free for Mu­seum vis­i­tors.

Mu­seum ad­mis­sion is £6.60 (adults), £4.40 (chil­dren aged five to 18) and free for un­der fives. A fam­ily ticket for up to two adults and three chil­dren costs £21.

For more in­for­ma­tion or to book call 01494 89292 192 or visit www.roald­dahl.com/ mu­seum.

4 CAKES, trac­tor rides, a steam model rail­way and face­paint­ing will fea­ture in the Nether Winchen­don Fete.

The fair will be held on Satur­day, June 13 from 2pm un­til 4.30pm. It is held in the grounds and gar­dens of Nether Winchen­don House, which is a 12th cen­tury manor near Thame.

The af­ter­noon will also in­clude teas in the court­yard, ice cream on the lawn, a brass band and games for chil­dren.

5 HEAD over to a nearly new sale at Chal­font St Peter Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Gravel Hill, on Satur­day.

For 50p en­try on the door, the Re-Love sale is a chance for ex­pec­tant moth­ers, chil­dren and ba­bies to pick up sec­ond hand bar­gains.

All pro­ceeds will go to­wards lo­cal char­ity Ac­tion4Archie. Free park­ing is also avail­able at the cen­tre.

6 JOR­DANS vil­lage fair will be held on Satur­day, June 13 from 2pm un­til 5pm. The ac­tiv­i­ties will in­clude a bouncy cas­tle ob­sta­cle course, a tod tod­dlers bouncy cas­tle, a dog show, var­iou var­i­ous stalls, a child chil­dren’s games are arena and a ba bar­be­cue and Pim Pimm’s tent.

The money ra raised helps fu fund the other eve events that the villa vil­lage hosts throug through­out the year.

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