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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 23/05/20

    Ben White and Thomas Lucas are two young musicians focused on playing Chicago Blues straight from the late 40s and early 50s.

    As well as covering well-known artists such as Muddy Waters and Little Walter, their material is also derived from more obscure artists like Jimmy Rogers, Leroy Foster and Snooky Pryor. They also play original material, faithfully inspired by that early post war era of blues music.





    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Tom Lucas - YouTube Channel

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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 21/03/20

    Following the success of last year’s intimate one man show, Steve’s latest outing is intended for anyone fascinated by the art and craft of song writing.

    Exploring his extensive back catalogue and introducing unheard, new material he explores the themes and stories that inspire him and shows how music and words can become lyrics and chords and notes can meld to create songs that acquire a life of their own!



    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Show of Hands - Official Website

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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 01/05/20

    Join Ray Coates for an evening of uplifting, empowering and inspirational music.

    Introducing the launch of Rays album ‘Garden of Life’.

    Follow Ray on social media:
    Facebook - Ray Coates Voice
    Twitter - @RayCoatesVoice
    Instagram - @raycoatesvoice

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Ray Coates - Official Website

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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 02/05/20

    Paying tribute to these legends of Blues/Rock are VOODOO ROOM.

    A very welcome return to this stunning power trio featuring some of the UK’s finest musicians, who perform an incredible live show in the true spirit of these legendary superstars.

    No wigs, no gimmicks – simply great music played by great musicians!

    See and hear classics such as:
    Red House, White Room, Hey Joe, Sunshine Of Your Love, Purple Haze, Layla etc.

    Members of Voodoo Room have recorded and toured with Stevie Winwood, Massive Attack, Arthur Brown, Fish, Thunder and many other high profile artists.

    With standing ovations the norm, the word on the street is that Voodoo Room are ‘NOT TO BE MISSED – SO BOOK EARLY!’
    ‘STUNNING!’ – Time Out



    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Voodoo Room - Official Website

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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 17/04/20

    JUMP will return to Aylesbury for two nights to celebrate thirty years of the band’s existence.

    Special guests will be in attendance to ensure that this will be simply unmissable!

    PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for these shows must be purchased from the band's official website - click here for more information.

    Click for more info....JUMP - Official Website

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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 18/04/20

    JUMP will return to Aylesbury for two nights to celebrate thirty years of the band’s existence.

    Special guests will be in attendance to ensure that this will be simply unmissable!

    PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for these shows must be purchased from the band's official website - click here for more information.

    Click for more info....JUMP - Official Website

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are £8.00.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    This performance will feature sign language interpretation by Marie Biswell, NRCPD registered RSLI

    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    DISCOUNT PERFORMANCE: This is one of three 'Discount Rate' performances of the show. All tickets are £8.00.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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

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

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    RELAXED PERFORMANCE: This performance has been specially adapted for audience members with autism - for full information about relaxed shows, please email info@qpc.org

    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Facebook Page

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Facebook Page

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Facebook Page

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Website

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Facebook Page

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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 - Facebook Page

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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th 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

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    Directed by Erika Sanderson
    Written by Dario Knight


    This performance will feature sign language interpretation by Marie Biswell, NRCPD registered RSLI

    Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning - Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary pantomime is headed on its most magical adventure yet

    Some years have passed since Wendy Darling and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. Now he's back.

    Magic is disappearing from Neverland. Peter needs Wendy's help - but neither of them is quite the person the other remembers. Only Christmas itself can restore the magic, but is it already too late?

    Alongside a cast of pratfalling pirates, lively Lost Boys and wonderful Wild Girls, Peter and Wendy embark on a magical adventure - but a terrifying foe lurks in the shadows.

    The barriers between Neverland and Nowhereland are crumbling.
    A ghost from Peter and Wendy's past is about to return...


    From the team who brought you 'Beauty and the Beast', this year’s show is packed full of rib-tickling slapstick routines, amazing dances and songs, and beautiful handmade sets, costumes, props and puppets from the artists and makers of Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The show is produced by Queens Park’s in-house production company Unbound, and once again features amazing dance routines choreographed and performed by the Susan Diane School of Dance.


    Show Run-time (incl. interval): 2hrs

    Praise for previous Queens Park pantomimes

    "Truly brilliant, we laughed ourselves silly."

    "It was stunning - the professionals couldn't out-do you."

    "Absolutely fantastic. My children loved it and will be talking about it for quite a long time to come. Thanks to all the cast & crew who made it such a brilliant night."


    EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Book before Sunday 11th October and get £2.00 off adult tickets and £1.00 off concession & under-16 tickets (Family Tickets not included)

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    UK and British Blues Award winning band Catfish have carved a reputation for themselves as an excellent live band with a phenomenal frontman in 24 year old guitarist/vocalist Matt Long who plays with a real passion for the blues.

    Over 2 years they received 5 nominations in the British Blues Awards and have just been awarded a UK Blues Award as Blues Act of the Year (England). Both their albums have reached no 1 in the IBBA Blues Airplay Charts, and their album Broken Man was voted album of the year for 2017 by the Independent Blues Broadcasters Association.

    They have a new album 'Burning Bridges' which was released in May 2019. During 2018 and 2019, they have played in Holland, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Rhodes, France, Czech Republic and Spain and have a further three European tours already booked for 2020, along with an impressive set of UK dates all over the UK.

    'Catfish are one of the finest live bands in Britain today. The quality of musicianship is outstanding and in Matt Long, they have one of the greatest young guitarists on the scene today...' Blues Matters Magazine.



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    British Blues Rock musician Keith Thompson, solo and with his band have been consistently performing in mainland Europe now for 25+ years, where he is well known to a blues following as an exciting live performer.

    In 2019 Keith completed his 10th Blues/Rock album, “Catch the Fire” which features as guests, Buddy Whittington (John Mayall etc.) and rising star, Laurence Jones. Keith and the band have subsequently toured again in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, USA & UK. They also appeared at several major festivals in Croatia including Baska International Guitar Festival, Umag and Kastav Blues Festivals. Also at Slovenia at the prestigious “Postonja Blues Festival” with “Ten Years After” and “Paul Lamb and the Kingsnakes”, Suwalki and Krosno Festivals in Poland alongside, Jeremy Spencer (Fleetwood Mac), Clarksdale Blues Festival, USA, Colne R&B festival in Lancashire, Swanage, Banbury Upton and Gloucester Blues Festivals in the UK.

    Keith has added his skills on stage or in recordings to projects by Spooky Tooth, Mike D’Abo, Steve Winwood, Ruby Turner, Larry Burton, Dave Markee and Henry Spinetti (Eric Clapton Band and Tina Turner) Greg Ridley of Humble Pie, The Groundhogs, Robbie Blunt, (Robert Plant) Luther Grosvenor of Mott The Hoople, Gino Washington, and many others.

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    Click for more info....Keith Thompson - Official Website

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    PLEASE NOTE: This concert was previously scheduled for 09/05/20

    Rotary Rocks is delighted to present Acoustic Strawbs.

    The legendary Strawbs will make their first appearance in Aylesbury as part of their 50 years tour - a special concert organised by Rotary Rocks to celebrate the 40th anniversary year of The Queens Park Arts Centre.

    The Strawbs started life as the Strawberry Hill Boys before emerging into the mainstream from the British folk movement of the mid 60s. Their first album with Sandy Denny attracted the attention of A&M Records in America and they became the first British band to be signed by the famous label.

    Major chart success followed with seven consecutive albums in the Billboard charts, including classics ‘Bursting at the Seams’, ‘Grave New World’, ‘Hero & Heroine’, ‘Dragonfly’ and ‘Ghosts’, earning the band two Gold Albums along the way. Album sales and massive coast-to-coast American tours, sharing the stage with The Eagles, Santana and Frank Zappa established the Strawbs as Britain’s most successful international progressive folk-rock band.

    The 'Acoustic Strawbs' of the 21st century consist of the founder, constant guiding force, originator and lead vocalist Dave Cousins, described by Rolling Stone Magazine as the best Dylan influenced songwriter to come out of the UK. Alongside him longtime band members lead guitarist Dave Lambert and the astonishingly versatile Chas Cronk, who together formed the front line of the classic 1970s Strawbs.

    "Never to rest on their laurels, this excellent band continues to produce classic tracks and spectacular live performances". (Q Magazine)

    "Dave Cousins shows himself as a brilliant and original songwriter." (Classic Rock)

    All proceeds from this event to the Queens Park Arts Centre as part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations.

    Promoted by the Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds.
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    Click for more info....Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds - Official Website

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    PLEASE NOTE: This performance was previously scheduled for 27/03/2020

    The latest murder mystery event, by Karen Banfield.

    In 1958 Molly is proudly running her own milkshake bar, with the help of her daughters Bunty and Suzie, plus their next door neighbour. A talent scout spots Bunty’s singing potential and when a face from the past reappears, things couldn’t look better. So what turns one of them, to murder?

    At the end of act one, guests will be able to work as a team at their table to submit their first guess as to who the murderer is. After act two, they get their final chance to say ‘whodunnit’ and why. The format of the event is for the audience to sit back and enjoy a full length play. No questions are directed at any cast members and they do not mix with the audience. The team with the most points wins a prize.

    Discounts: Make a saving by booking a table of 6 or 8 people!

    The cast and crew are kindly donating the proceeds from the show to Queens Park Arts Centre’s ongoing fundraising appeal.

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    PLEASE NOTE: This performance was previously scheduled for 28/03/2020

    The latest murder mystery event, by Karen Banfield.

    In 1958 Molly is proudly running her own milkshake bar, with the help of her daughters Bunty and Suzie, plus their next door neighbour. A talent scout spots Bunty’s singing potential and when a face from the past reappears, things couldn’t look better. So what turns one of them, to murder?

    At the end of act one, guests will be able to work as a team at their table to submit their first guess as to who the murderer is. After act two, they get their final chance to say ‘whodunnit’ and why. The format of the event is for the audience to sit back and enjoy a full length play. No questions are directed at any cast members and they do not mix with the audience. The team with the most points wins a prize.

    Discounts: Make a saving by booking a table of 6 or 8 people!

    The cast and crew are kindly donating the proceeds from the show to Queens Park Arts Centre’s ongoing fundraising appeal.

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    As featured in the BBC TV documentary “The Joy of the Guitar Riff”, Purple Zeppelin are proud to pay tribute to the two greatest Rock Bands of all time, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin – Together on the same bill for the very first time!!!

    Whether you were lucky enough to have seen the original bands live or not, Purple Zeppelin will take you back to the magic, the excitement and the sheer raw energy generated by those incredible musicians.

    In a “full on” show complete with costume changes for each band, you’ll hear more than 30 classic songs – basically THE BEST BITS, ALL OF THE TIME!

    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, selling out venues up and down the country.

    The band are genuine admirers of both Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin and with the accent firmly on entertainment, this show promises to be a night 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!

    Come and experience the excitement of Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin in one mesmerising show!



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