Somewhere over the rainbow...
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.