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    Best known as the virtuoso guitar and fiddle players from the band Sheelanagig, Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow draw on their many influences to created unique arrangements of traditional music, as well as their own compositions.

    The live show is a musical journey through Europe, America and beyond, combining dazzling playing with a fine sense of musicality and showmanship.

    Their debut album The Fox has been received with critical acclaim. It explores the relationship between fiddle, guitar and voice, using the fertile ground of the traditional music of the British Isles as its starting point. The product of decades of musical experience, the track listing combines self penned tunes and folk tales, all intricately arranged and heartfelt.

    "Fleet fingered and ingeniously arranged... deserve to be thought of as up there with the best of them" Songlines

    "Such dexterity, energy and passion... mightily impressive" R2 Magazine


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    Click for more info....Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow - Official Website

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    Mr Paul Adams Presents... Gig Night at the Limelight

    November's Gig Night sees a return appearance from A Little Bit Country.

    ALBC bring a taste of Nashville to the UK. Next stop - the Limelight. Fresh off their tour of Nashville Tennessee, ALBC will be bringing a taste of Nashville and UK Outlaw Country back home.

    This time they will be bringing that full band experience.

    Supported by Jamie Felton.

    Bar open from 7pm, first act on at 8pm.

    Click for more info....Gig Night at the Limelight - Facebook Page

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    Our Fish & Chip Quiz Night is back!

    Hosted by Grace & Faye, this special Quiz Night Fundraiser gives you a chance to tuck into some tasty fish'n'chips then put your little grey cells to the test.

    Teams of 6 people max. - teams must be booked in before Tuesday 28th November.

    Please be sure to confirm your food order at the time of booking - call us on 01296 424332 or email info@qpc.org. (a vegetarian option will be available).

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are normally £7.00, however if you book before 28th May you can get them for just £5.00.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

  • Join Aylesbury Folk Club for their regular gathering in the Queens Park Annexe.

    Hosted by our resident folk artists - singer Amanda Diamond and guitarist Eddy Richards - these friendly meetings offer folk enthusiasts the chance to perform to a warm and appreciative crowd; all are welcome!

    And if you don't fancy performing you can still come along and enjoy great music, friendly company and even grab yourself a drink from the Limelight bar.

    Performers: £2.50
    Non-performers: £4.50
    Concessions: £3.50

    Please note there is no advanced booking for the 'Folk in the Annexe' events, admission is paid on the door.

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are normally £7.00, however if you book before 28th May you can get them for just £5.00.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are normally £7.00, however if you book before 28th May you can get them for just £5.00.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    This performance will feature sign language interpretation by Marie Biswell

    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

    • QPC

    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

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    This performance will feature sign language interpretation by Marie Biswell

    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

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    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

    Click for more info....Unbound

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    Written & Directed by Dario Knight
    Inspired by the works of Carlo Collodi

    Roll up, roll up for a very special festive adventure as Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime takes a trip to Toyland.

    When Fairy Celestia grants old Geppetto’s wish for a son, his treasured puppet Pinocchio magically springs to life! But there’s danger afoot as the dastardly Mangiafuoco – ringmaster of the Traveling Toy Circus – plots to steal the little wooden boy away to become his new headline act!

    Soon Pinocchio finds himself lost in Toyland, whilst Geppetto embarks on a quest to bring his son home. The great wide waves divide them – and where there’s a sea, there are sea monsters…

    Featuring, catchy songs, side-splitting slapstick routines, a healthy dose of audience participation and stunning sets, costumes, puppets and props created by the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre, this year’s panto is set to be the biggest and best yet.

    The show is produced as part of Queens Park’s in-house storytelling programme Unbound, and once again features the talented students of the Susan Diane School of Dance.

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    “Great fun”

    “A fantastic show - loads of fun and great set and costumes as always. Well done everyone!”

    “Absolutely hilarious... have not stopped laughing all evening. It's interactive, well written, very funny, has all the traditional capers, is performed by a passionate cast, and is fantastic value for money, a whole load of laughs for your lolly and did I mention it's hilarious - oh yes it is!"


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Friday 13 October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Unbound

    Click for more info....Susan Diane School of Dance

  • Join Aylesbury Folk Club for their regular gathering in the Queens Park Annexe.

    Hosted by our resident folk artists - singer Amanda Diamond and guitarist Eddy Richards - these friendly meetings offer folk enthusiasts the chance to perform to a warm and appreciative crowd; all are welcome!

    And if you don't fancy performing you can still come along and enjoy great music, friendly company and even grab yourself a drink from the Limelight bar.

    Performers: £2.50
    Non-performers: £4.50
    Concessions: £3.50

    Please note there is no advanced booking for the 'Folk in the Annexe' events, admission is paid on the door.

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Moon Dogs are a contemporary modern blues band with a reputation for astounding performances, led by guitarist and song writer Derik Timms.

    Band members are of the highest calibre of musicians on the live music scene so you can be assured of great performances everytime.

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    Click for more info....Moon Dogs - Official Website

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    “The precision and sophistication of the writing and playing blows me away. I am so glad to be involved,” writes guitar legend Michael Chapman in his introduction to Sarah McQuaid’s fifth solo album If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous – which he offered to produce after meeting Sarah at a festival where they were both on the bill.

    Recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ards International Guitar Festival in Northern Ireland, Sarah’s also drawn critical praise for her voice (which has been variously likened to malt whiskey and melted chocolate) and her engaging rapport with audiences: “I’ve attended hundreds of concerts of all kinds, and her subtle mastery onstage launches her straight into my fave shows ever,” wrote The Huffington Post.

    Reviewers of the Madrid-born, Chicago-raised, Cornwall-based singer/songwriter’s previous albums have repeatedly alluded to her “relative obscurity” (The Big Takeover) and “under-the-radar” (The Vinyl District) profile. With her new album – on which she expands her battery of instruments to include piano and electric guitar – she looks set to change that.

    “One voice, one guitar, and the wondrous reminder of the magic of music. Sarah has the gift.” – The Huffington Post

    “The songs are acutely observed and literate, almost like journal notes set to music. They’re measured and tranquil but they’re never dull because there is always a sense of restlessness and unease behind the poetry.... And it’s all lovely.” – R2/Rock 'n' Reel

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    Click for more info....Sarah McQuaid - Official Website

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    One of the country's leading tribute bands, celebrating two of the greatest rock bands of them all: Deep Purple & Led Zeppelin - on the same bill for the very first time.

    In a ‘full on’ show, using the same stage costumes, guitars and equipment as the original bands, you’ll hear more than 30 classic songs. Basically: the best bits!

    However, this is more than just a great band performing the ‘Greatest Hits’ – it’s a theatrical insight to these two giants of Rock, complete with special effects, onstage ‘artistic differences’ and even some audience participation!

    With the accent firmly on entertainment, this is a show not to be missed, complete with Ritchie Blackmore’s on stage antics, Jimmy Page’s twin neck guitar and theremin and a very special violin bow solo.

    Purple Zeppelin are four talented and versatile musicians – with decades of playing between them comprising thousands of sessions and gigs, both in the UK and overseas.



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    Click for more info....Purple Zeppelin - Official Website

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    Mitch Benn: 'I'm Still Here'

    Congratulations! It's 2018 and you're still here! So is Mitch, ("the country's leading musical satirist" The Times) looking backwards, forwards and sideways trying to make the world a better place, one silly song at a time. Join him as he looks back over what for the lack of a better word he still refers to as his "career" and ponders where he - and indeed all of us - might be going next.

    "A seriously talented laugh-maker, musician and satirist. Mitch Benn should be more widely known and appreciated. He’s Britain’s answer to Tom Lehrer”
    The Swindonian

    A stalwart of BBC Radio 4's Now Show for more than a decade, Mitch has also presented many radio specials. Following on from the success of Mitch Benn Is The 37th Beatle, a further three specials on music icons Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Elvis have been broadcast. He also co-presented with Harry Shearer BBC Radio 2's Anatomy Of A Guitar and presented Spank The Plank for BBC Radio 4. Most recently, in December 2016, he appeared on (and won) BBC1 television's Celebrity Mastermind!

    "Well crafted, well sung, his songs are just plain funny” The Guardian

    Mitch is the author of two novels, Terra and Terra's World both published by Gollancz and co-author with Jon Holmes of The Twitter History Of The World.

    “Ability to tackle any subject with insightful wit… It’s worth catching this consummate entertainer and skilled musician while he decides what to do next.”
    **** To Do List

    “Mitch Benn remains an optimist, despite the way the world is, and it is his mission to improve the world with words which deflate pomposity and pretence,”
    **** Scotsgay

    "A wicked sense of humour and well-crafted jokes and stories.”
    **** One4Review

    Click for more info....Mitch Benn - Official Website

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    Son Yambu play authentic Cuban son, the intoxicating fusion of Spanish and African rhythms that gave rise to salsa.

    The band features a new generation of Cuban musicians who are all passionate about maintaining the traditions of the genre, continuing the Buena Vista legacy that put Cuban music back on the map in 1997.

    They give this irresistible music a contemporary edge, bringing their audiences a truly, sensational, authentic Latin music experience.

    "Absolutely tremendous…. if you don't start to move to this there is no hope for you! Extraordinary music." Sean Rafferty, BBC Radio 3

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  • Join Aylesbury Folk Club for their regular gathering in the Queens Park Annexe.

    Hosted by our resident folk artists - singer Amanda Diamond and guitarist Eddy Richards - these friendly meetings offer folk enthusiasts the chance to perform to a warm and appreciative crowd; all are welcome!

    And if you don't fancy performing you can still come along and enjoy great music, friendly company and even grab yourself a drink from the Limelight bar.

    Performers: £2.50
    Non-performers: £4.50
    Concessions: £3.50

    Please note there is no advanced booking for the 'Folk in the Annexe' events, admission is paid on the door.

    Click for more info....Aylesbury Folk Club - Facebook Group

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    Join our in-house theatre company Unbound for a night of brand new writing.

    This is a fascinating chance to see work-in-progress plays and sketches as actors and directors workshop them live.

    More details to be announced soon!

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    Click for more info....Unbound - Facebook Page

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    Unlike other bands that pay tribute to a specific group, 'Edgar and the Ravens' play the music of a genre: 'Alternative Rock'.

    Artists they cover include Radiohead, Soundgarden, The Smiths, Pixies, Velvet Underground, Jeff Buckley, Joy Division plus many more.

    As well as hits, 'obscure' tracks such as Bowie's 'Station to Station' also find their way into their set list. The visual content plays a big part of their performances and include stunning lighting cues and controversial projections.

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    This annual, home turf, Storm Warning gig is one not to be missed.

    Always a popular night of great songs from four albums and inspired versions of blues standards.

    "They're tight, they're understated, they're supremely talented and they're entertaining. Here's a band who should be on every festival stage throughout the UK, if not Europe."

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    Click for more info....Storm Warning - Facebook Page

    Kelly Oliver is 'fabulously gifted, something special' says Chris Hawkins at BBC 6 Music and is also a 'vital voice in British Folk' according to 'Whispering' Bob Harris who has given the Hertfordshire born and based artist five of her ten BBC Radio 2 spins over the last year.

    Following up her debut album This Land, for which Kelly received a 4* review from The Telegraph, and an Emerging Excellence award from Help Musicians UK, Kelly has released second album Bedlam, which gained a recommendation and review in The Sunday Times Culture Magazine, 4* from R2 Magazine and was featured on multiple blogs. 'Blending traditional values with bold indie pop sensibility' according to The Times, with accomplished guitar technique and harmonica which is sponsored by international brand Hohner and 'distinctive and breathtaking vocals' (The Telegraph), Kelly is 'an exceptional lyricist' (Penny Black magazine) and 'an amazing songwriter' (Mike Harding).

    Dear departed Dave Swarbrick, who has performed with Kelly and added fiddle to one of the tracks on her debut album, had this to say "Kelly has the vocal skills and an exquisite voice to boot. For one so young to have such a grasp of life's travails is unusual, I like Kelly Oliver's approach to the present and the past and I predict a glittering future for her"



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    Click for more info....Kelly Oliver - Official Website

    Mr Paul Adams Presents... Gig Night at the Limelight.

    Gig Night is back with the best local bands playing all-original music.

    Line up TBC.

    Doors and bar open from 7pm, first act on at 8pm.

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    Click for more info....Gig Night - Facebook Page

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    Charming, disarming and exceptionally talented, multi-instrumentalist Phil Beer is something of a national treasure on the folk, roots and acoustic scene. One-half of award-winning powerhouse Show of Hands, Beer is equally as in demand for his solo shows.

    In early 2018 Phil sets out to share some of his most-loved songs at carefully selected venues across the UK. With the odd laugh thrown in for good measure, Beer’s flawless musicianship and rich vocals will leave you wide-eyed and wanting more.

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    Click for more info....Phil Beer - Official Website

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    Where Is Mrs Christie? starring Liz Grand

    Agatha Christie was one of the greatest thriller writers of all time and certainly the most prolific. In 1926, she was at the centre of a mystery as perplexing as any of her fiction, a series of events which sparked one of the biggest and most extensive police hunts in history. Her crashed car was discovered in Surrey and the famous author was missing, presumed dead by many, for eleven days. However, she was eventually found at a luxury hotel in Harrogate. She claimed then, and for the rest of the life, that she was suffering from amnesia and remembered nothing. Neither the press nor the police believed her.

    Actor Liz Grand (previous one-woman show The Second Best Bed) presents her new one-woman show Where Is Mrs Christie? Did Agatha Christie lie, and if so why? Did she suffer from amnesia? Was it a publicity stunt? Or was there a darker secret involved in this disappearance which was to affect her for the rest of her life? The answer to all these questions will, as in all good thrillers, be revealed!

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    Click for more info....Worcester Rep - Official Website