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    Join Jacob Cole and live musicians as they deliver a new and inspiring repertoire.

    Featuring songs from the musicals, classical and original pieces, including new creative technological fusions.

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    Click for more info....Jacob And His Notes - Facebook Page

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    Nightjar are a young, female fronted, Buckinghamshire-based trio who mainly play originals in their unique fusion of hard rock, goth and grunge.

    The band consists of vocalist/bassist, Alex Read, guitarist Luke Page and drummer Luc Pomfret. Alex and Luke have known each other since the age of 7 and Luc and Luke got to know each other through art class at school.Eventually the three started making music together and formed as a band in late 2016.

    Their debut EP 'Shatterclaw' was released in May 2017. It consists of six tracks of original music and is available to stream on pretty much every streaming site possible!

    They already have a strong following which is ever increasing as a result of there energetic live shows and active social media campaign. The band are proud to say that they have played venues such as the Oxford 02 and with acts like Tony Hadley.

    Nightjar hope you enjoy listening to their music as much as they love playing it!



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

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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 here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    The Dashwood sisters have a very different approach to their love lives. Elinor has much more Sense, but Marianne has a great deal of Sensibility

    Hero’s, heartbreak and debonair villains, all topped off with a dashing duel, will have you falling in love with this wonderful Austen novel and leave you wondering, are you an Elinor or a Marianne?

    A cast of five actors and DOTS renowned comedic style make this comedy of manners a production not to be missed.

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    Click for more info....DOT Productions - Official Website

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    Singer, guitar player and songwriter, Debbie Bond has been paying her dues in the Alabama backwoods for over 30 years. Influenced by the famed sounds of Muscle Shoals, and juke joint blues, yet her sound is contemporary and original.

    Her impressive musical story includes years of performing with older traditional Alabama blues musicians, including Johnny Shines, Sam Lay, Eddie Kirkland, Willie King Little Jimmy Reed and more. Her immersion in Alabama blues has deeply flavoured her guitar playing, soulful voice and original song writing, incorporating soul, blues, Americana and jazz influences.

    Her collaboration with her British born keyboard/harmonica player husband Radiator Rick has added a swampy New Orleans edge to sound to her sound. Debbie is a blues activist and the founder of the award winning Alabama Blues Project dedicated to promoting and preserving the states blues heritage.

    “A mouthpiece for sultry, Southern charm and whimsical musical conversation, Debbie Bond gets her heart tangled up in an intimate mess of backwoods Alabama soul.”
    Living Blues Magazine (US)

    “Debbie is a truly American original . . . powerful, passionate and as close to "Old-school" production as I have heard in some time. The love and pure passion that Debbie has for the blues and soul styles that came from the Alabama area is evident in every note . . . Between the power of her vocals, her guitar work that is right on the money . . . this is a piece that is nothing short of a modern Masterpiece. I recommend it highly. This woman is the real deal.”
    Bill Wilson, Reflections in Blues



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    Click for more info....Debbie Bond - Official Website

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    Searchers lead vocalist Spencer James leads a special night of live music in celebration of Queens Park volunteer Matthew Doherty.

    Spencer has been the lead vocalist and guitarist with the sixties legends The Searchers for over 33 years. And it has seen phenomenal success over those years.

    They have performed in just about every prestigious gig in the world including Wembley Stadium, National Indoor Arena, London Palladium, Royal Albert Hall, Madison Square Gardens, including tours of: Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, U.S.A. Canada,The Falkland islands, Europe, Middle East, “Las Vegas” and so many more around the world.

    Spencer was also a member of the band called “FIRST CLASS” which gave Spencer his first big hit with a song called “Beach Baby” in 1974. They appeared on many TV shows including 'Top of the Pops' and 'Lift off with Aysha', also many European Television shows.

    The Searchers will be retiring in 2019, which has brought Spencer to a decision to keep him self busy. Now Spencer is appearing for the first time in his own solo show, singing songs from his life with The Searchers and many other songs from his life over the years.


    plus support from Zarak

    "We're 4mates from Aylesbury area with similar tastes of music. Tim joined most recently in 2018 but I knew Matt at Royal Mail 20years ago. Matt was organising a gig in Liverpool before he got ill so we want to remember him by playing live."


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    Click for more info....Spencer James - Official Website

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    Miranda Sykes, the acclaimed singer and bassist with ‘Show of Hands’ is returning to her roots.

    After a career spanning over 20 years, during which time she has played with many of the top musicians and singers within the folk world, she is touring as she started out: one woman, one bass, and one guitar.

    Building on the success of her Borrowed Places tour, Miranda Sykes is back with a completely new project: Behind The Wall. Where Borrowed Places opened a window into the past, explaining where she had been, physically & spiritually, Behind The Wall is a Roller Coaster Ride exploring where we are going; Miranda, you, me, all of us.

    What does it mean to be human today, living in our communities & societies & where will our actions lead us? Powerful and hard-hitting but also poignant & beautiful, this show gives us all a chance to reflect & maybe even empower us.



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    Click for more info....Miranda Sykes - Official Website

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    Our Fish & Chip Quiz Night is back at the Limelight Theare last year!

    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.

    Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment!

    Teams of 6 people max. - teams must be booked in before Tuesday 24th September.

    Food served at 7pm, Quiz starts at 8pm

    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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    A celebration of five amazing years of productions and projects from our in-house theatre company, Unbound.

    This special show features speeches, scenes and songs from a plethora of productions Unbound have staged since 2014, performed by a cast of actors who've appeared in Unbound projects over the years.

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

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    A celebration of five amazing years of productions and projects from our in-house theatre company, Unbound.

    This special show features speeches, scenes and songs from a plethora of productions Unbound have staged since 2014, performed by a cast of actors who've appeared in Unbound projects over the years.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    Contemporary folk/acoustic duo Gilmore & Roberts combine award-winning songwriting with astounding musicianship and their trademark harmonies to create a powerful wall of sound. Nominated three times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Katriona Gilmore (fiddle, mandolin) and Jamie Roberts (guitar) met while studying at Leeds College of Music and released their debut album in 2008.

    Since then, the duo have toured Canada and mainland Europe, played some of the UK’s biggest acoustic festivals, toured with folk rock legends Fairport Convention and won countless accolades for their genre-spanning work. Gilmore & Roberts released their fifth studio album, A Problem Of Our Kind, in October 2018.



    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Gilmore & Roberts - Official Website

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    The Moon Dogs are a contemporary modern blues band with a reputation for astounding festival performances, including the Womad festival at Reading at which they performed their eclectic blues to 20,000 fans.

    Moon Dogs are at cult status on the live circuit for their relentless, heady brew of blues rock & unique original songs. The band features a seasoned line-up from Derik Timms on Guitar/Vocals, John Gordon on Bass , Graham Walker on Drums and Richard Cottle on keys.

    Among the premier UK blues acts, the Moon Dogs blend of blues rock has led to guest spots from a catalogue of major blues recording artists who dropped by the studio to lend a hand. Gaining glowing reviews in the music press, the Moon Dogs give a contemporary edge to an already well established art form.



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

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    Rotary Rocks presents...

    October 2016. London Town. Underneath the arches of the Garage, Islington, two amazing bands blow the audience away. Holy Moly & The Crackers' cool blend of gorgeous gypsy folk and garage rock sets the scene, before Skinny Lister blow the roof off with their frenetic, upbeat folk, their manic energy, singalong song-writing genius and heart-on-the-sleeve soulfulness.

    In the audience, two men sip heartily from the flagon, howl along and punch the air in jubilation. This is what it's all about.

    On that bruising night, that cold walk home, the twinkle in the eye and the fire in the soul well and truly ignited, the very next morning Man The Lifeboats were born, their objective to play the same, raucous, upbeat folk music, to drag traditional folk tunes kicking and screaming into the 21st century, to craft songs with big choruses that tell stories. Songs with straight-up lyrics, pounding bass lines, lilting mandolin and fiddle melodies and stomping beats, Man The Lifeboats have cultivated a sound that would not be out of place at a party at the end of the world.

    Influences? Well, up there with Skinny Lister and Holy Moly & the Crackers, we have the Pogues, Bellowhead, Tom Waits, Dylan, Springsteen, Kate Bush, Frank Turner, Manu Chao, and of course, Chic.

    Throw all that in a cauldron and you end up with a blistering live experience, tales of lost evenings, ballads of doomed love and shanties about whisky-soaked nights, Michael Palin, and the end of the world.

    Tonic for these troubled times.

    This concert is organised by the Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds, and is raising funds for the School Therapy Dog Project - Stocklake Park Special School



    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....School Therapy Dog Project - Official Website

    Click for more info....Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds - Facebook Page

    Click for more info....Man the Lifeboats - Official Website

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    Presented by Learning Through The Arts

    After The Storm, is a story of one man’s quest for survival and posterity, characterised by selflessness, determination and fortitude.

    It is 1918. The Great War is over. Okoli Madu, a returnee soldier returns from the Western Front with hopes and aspirations, but his hopes are dashed and his resettlement plans become dishevelled. He starts a campaign, but is met with hostility from all directions.

    The production epitomises the plight of colonial soldiers (The Forgotten Heroes) involved in The Great War and their subsequent struggles in a post war era.

    Written by Ademola Adeniji
    Directed by Sally Barnard

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    Click for more info....Learning Through The Arts - Official Website

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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 here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    Presented by Learning Through The Arts

    After The Storm, is a story of one man’s quest for survival and posterity, characterised by selflessness, determination and fortitude.

    It is 1918. The Great War is over. Okoli Madu, a returnee soldier returns from the Western Front with hopes and aspirations, but his hopes are dashed and his resettlement plans become dishevelled. He starts a campaign, but is met with hostility from all directions.

    The production epitomises the plight of colonial soldiers (The Forgotten Heroes) involved in The Great War and their subsequent struggles in a post war era.

    Written by Ademola Adeniji
    Directed by Sally Barnard

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....Learning Through The Arts - Official Website

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    Unbound Theatre presents...

    It's Hallow's Eve.

    The boundaries between this world and the next are beginning to blur. Spirits, sprites, ghous and ghosts are on their way...

    ...and they've got stories to tell.


    This production is presented by Unbound Theatre, Queens Park's in-house theatre company. Unbound produces a wide range of shows every year spanning professional-quality touring and site-specific pieces to community productions at the Limelight Theatre, as well as a variety of workshops in the fields of drama, creative writing and theatre studies.

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    It's Gig Night at the Limelight, and this time we're throwing a spectacular Halloween Party!

    The line-up will include The White Tips, Screamin' Irene and more, TBC!

    Featuring Halloween games and a fancy dress competition - get planning your costume now!

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    Click for more info....The White Tips - Official Website

    Click for more info....Screamin Irene - Soundcloud

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    Purdy and her dazzling musicians play Peggy Lee, Nina Simone and the Great American Songbook.

    Come down for a swinging night of jazz fun with the charming charismatic songstress Purdy and her multi-instrumentalist musicians.

    Following the release of her long awaited debut album 'Diamond in the Dust', 2016 saw Rebecca Poole (stage name, Purdy) support Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra on his UK Tour – including appearances at the Royal Albert Hall, which gave rise to sensational reviews.

    As a singer/songwriter, Rebecca creates alongside grammy award winning producer Andy Wright, famed for his records with Imelda May, Chrissie Hynde, Simple Minds and Simply Red.

    Often referred to as 'pop noir' Rebecca’s distinctive sultry stylings and songwriting skills have led to collaborations with Jamiroquai’s Matt Johnson and Ian Barter (Amy Winehouse). Rebecca's latest singles have been championed by Radio 2, BBC 6 music and BBC London.

    Combining her own unique style with nuances of Nina Simone, Nancy Sinatra, Peggy Lee and Henry Mancini, Rebecca offers playful swagger with hugely entertaining onstage appeal.

    With her popularity continuing to grow, Rebecca has performed to 90,000 people at Wembley, guested on The Royal Variety Show, performed with Jamie Cullum at BBC Radio 2's Cheltenham Festival, played packed houses at London’s premier venues like Ronnie Scott’s, the 606 club Chelsea, Pizza Express Jazz Room Soho, as well as Formula 1 events and The London Lifestyle Awards. Only recently Rebecca also performed as a guest singer on Richard Branson’s Necker Island opening for Lana Del Rey

    Click here for Terms & Conditions

    Click for more info....The Fabulous Purdy - Official Website

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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 here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    Cherry Lee Mewis, British Blues Award nominee, has been championed by Imelda May, Seasick Steve and Walter Trout.

    Cherry Lee Mewis has helped turn roots 'n' blues music into a cool, swinging fusion that's both classic and stylishly modern. Described as "Dashes of ragtime, country blues, rock n roll and a blade of bluegrass, all cemented together with pint-sized Cherry's powerhouse, energy-a-plenty, smoky vocals."

    Cherry has now been out to Memphis several times, including a performance at the legendary BB King's on Beale Street and Morgan Freeman's Ground Zero Blue Club in Clarksdale where the man himself came to see her. She has recently been recording at legendary Abbey Road Studios, where she is guesting on Bernie Marsden's new album.

    CLM's 6th release Voyage, out now, co-written with guitarist Max Milligan, is a heady mix of foot-stomping barnburners to bluesy slow-cooked rockers with a spoonful of jazzy shuffle, supported by a band of slick, smokin' musicians.

    “Cherry is ballsy, soulful, flirtatious” - Classic Rock

    "Abounds in passion and power" - Acoustic Magazine

    "Great voice" - Imelda May

    "Cherry got the blues!" - Seasick Steve

    "That Cherry sure can howl!" - Howlin' Wolf's daughters

    The Cherry Lee Mewis band are Cherry, Max Milligan, (acoustic guitar) Robbie Stewart-Mathews (double bass & blues harp), Nick Slater (dobro) & Brian Greene (drums).



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    Click for more info....Cherry Lee Mewis - Official Website

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    The Unbound SKetchbook comedy team pesent improvised storytelling on an epic scale, as a top-notch cast create a brandnew epic-themed long-form story from scratch, based on audience suggestions.

    The 'Epic Tales' cast will also be working with a talented team of up-and-coming improvisers on some short-form, quick-fire games at the start of the evening.


    This production is presented by Unbound Theatre, Queens Park's in-house theatre company. Unbound produces a wide range of shows every year spanning professional-quality touring and site-specific pieces to community productions at the Limelight Theatre, as well as a variety of workshops in the fields of drama, creative writing and theatre studies.

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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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

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

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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 here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


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

    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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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 Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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 - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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 - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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 - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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 - Facebook Page

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


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

    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    Directed by Hannah Rogers
    Written by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson


    Grab your woolly hat and prepare to let it snow – Queens Park Arts Centre’s traditional family pantomime is off to a winter wonderland this year…

    Once upon a time there was a mirror which reflected all the evils of the world and turned people’s hearts to ice. The glass was smashed long, long ago – but now the fiendish Snow Queen and her dim-witted accomplices have a plan to put the pieces back together…

    It’s up to brave young friends Kai and Gerda to stop the wicked queen bringing about the eternal winter. Along the way they’ll meet sinister snowflakes, a motley crew of giant bugs, and even Old Father Time himself.

    A thrilling adventure lies ahead – but just how does the story end…?

    A light-hearted, music hall-inspired pantomime spectacular, this year’s show is packed full of side-splitting slapstick, delightful dances, silly songs, and truly magical 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 13th 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

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    In October 2017, the music community lost one of its most iconic songwriters & musicians, Thomas Earl Petty, who, along with his band The Heartbreakers wrote, recorded & performed some of the most enduring songs of the last 40 years.

    Heartfakers aim is to keep Tom's music alive, no wigs or look-a-likes, just 5 experienced musicians faithfully recreating these great compositions.

    During their two hour show, they’ll take you on an authentic sounding musical journey through Tom's career, including American Girl, Breakdown, plus many songs from Damn The Torpedoes, Long After Dark, up to Mojo & Hypnotic Eye, plus some from Tom's solo albums, including Full Moon Fever, Wildflowers and Highway Companion, and some Travelling Wilburys tracks too.

    Here's what an audience member at one of their recent gigs said:

    "If you're a Tom Petty fan you won't be disappointed. As well as excellent sound and playing, Heartfakers' enthusiasm for the music shines through”.



    Click here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    The Cinelli Brothers are one of the hottest rising blues bands on the UK blues scene and wowing audiences wherever they play.

    The band were born out of a passion for the electric Chicago and Texas blues from ’60s and ’70s. Marco Cinelli (guitarist, singer, composer) and his brother Alessandro Cinelli (drummer, singer) decided to form an explosive team showcasing original repertoire in the style of Chess, Stax and Motown.

    So after countless shows in Paris, all over France and London, the Cinelli Brothers band was formed, and they recorded their first vinyl record "Babe Please Set Your Alarm" in the Soup Studio in London. This album comprises original compositions as well as covers such as ‘Chain of Fools’, or ‘Back Door Man’ – which stays true to Willie Dixon’s number, as well as Prince’s ‘Kiss’, in a remarkable shuffle rhythm.

    The Cinelli Brothers; it's a new generation of passionate musicians of Blues, Soul, Rhythm and Blues and true lovers of the authentic sounds that have made the history of the blues and definitely a band not to miss.

    “ Best Guitarist of 2018: Marco Cinelli... One of the very best blues outfits you’ll hear in decades... The Cinelli Brothers: Destined For Blues Stardom...” Music Republic Magazine

    “ They are superb musicians. I look forward to working with them again.” Billy Branch

    “The Cinelli Brothers, I really love them. ” David "Kid" Jensen - Blues Matters



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    Click for more info....The Cinelli Brothers - Official Website

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    Following on from last year's highly-acclaimed reading of The Hypochondriac, Unbound Theatre present another riotous comedy play reading.

    Oscar Wilde's frightfully-funny play of dual identity, social etiquette and the pursuit of love features some of British theatre's most celebrated characters, including the formidable Lady Bracknell...


    This production is presented by Unbound Theatre, Queens Park's in-house theatre company. Unbound produces a wide range of shows every year spanning professional-quality touring and site-specific pieces to community productions at the Limelight Theatre, as well as a variety of workshops in the fields of drama, creative writing and theatre studies.

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

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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 here for Terms & Conditions

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

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    A Band Called Malice was formed when frontman Andy Coultas decided to create a new band. A band to recreate the sound of The Jam with the attitude and feel of the original line up. Finding musicians to do this was not an easy task as the people in the band had to be of exceptional standard, able to sing, able to commit, love The Jam, and of course be fit and agile enough to reproduce the live performance of Weller, Foxton and Buckler.

    Andy turned to Jo Adams from Their music rocks promotional agency and the search was on. So after a year of auditions and rehearsals, trying different people, some who were good contenders but unable to commit and some others who for one reason or another unsuitable we finally settled on this superb line up we have today. The current band members are spread from around the Midlands so rehearsal time was precious but everyone did their homework and kept any wasted time to a minimum, meeting at Warren's professional rehearsal rooms in Leicester, all the band needed now was to gel and work well together live, but thankfully because all three members were so experienced, the band were up and running in a flash.

    Read the biographies of each band member to see the standard of professionalism and then come see the band live to witness a show which will take you back to the late seventies and early eighties when The Jam played as one of the most iconic and influential bands in music history. If you like The Jam then you will love A Band Called Malice and guaranteed to have an unforgettable evening for the right reasons!



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    Click for more info....A Band Called Malice - Official Website

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    Sinnerboy, from North West England, are the No. 1 tribute to Rory Gallagher and have a huge reputation for faithfully recapturing the sound and excitement of a live “Rory gig”. They have played a major role in promoting the revival of Rory’s music for the last eighteen years and apart from gigging extensively in the UK and Ireland, have headlined Rory Gallagher tribute events in Holland, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain, Norway and the USA.

    Playing live is what Sinnerboy do best. Anyone who has seen them will tell you, it's all about energy and passion, strong songs played with verve. But how else could you approach playing Rory's music?

    Their repertoire feature songs from every stage of Rory's career including his early days with Taste. Bullfrog Blues, Walk On Hot Coals, Tattooed Lady, Shadow Play, Moonchild and many more are the essential ingredients of every Sinnerboy set.

    For Sinnerboy, keeping the music of Rory Gallagher alive for people who love to hear it, is all that matters, but don't look for three guys on stage poncing about in wigs trying to look like three other guys, what you get with this band is all out passionate Rory Gallagher music!

    Rory Gallagher, who sadly passed away in 1995, had a huge impact on the world of blues and rock and is recognized as Irelands first real ”rock star” - blazing the trail for many major Irish acts to follow on the international stage.

    Apart from his reputation as one of the greatest ever exponents of the electric guitar, Rory left behind an enduring musical legacy which has received fresh recognition and attracted a whole new generation of younger fans over recent years. He was a prolific composer and in his lifetime recorded no fewer than fifteen albums of highly original and soulful blues and rock material.

    On the first anniversary of Rory’s sad passing Barry Barnes promoted the first ever tribute concert to his lifelong hero, then in 2000 Barry went on to form ‘Sinnerboy’ with the sole intention of keeping Rory’s memory alive.



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

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    Kicking off a year of activities celebrating Queens Park Arts Centre's 40th Anniversary, we're bringing back the QPAC Open Mic Night for one night only!

    We want to see the very best local talent, from any and all disciplines and backgrounds: musicians, dancers, singers, songwriters, jugglers, poets, magicians, comedians, artists - come one, come all!

    No pre-booking required, just come along on the night, enjoy (and/or contribute to!) an evening of great entertainment, and help support your local arts centre - the hub heart and home of the arts in Aylesbury Vale.

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

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    Our Fish & Chip Quiz Night is back at the Limelight Theare last year!

    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.

    Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment!

    Teams of 6 people max. - teams must be booked in before Tuesday 25th February.

    Food served at 7pm, Quiz starts at 8pm

    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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