What's on this week
10:10am Friday 29th June 2012 in What's On
Tim Dawes Live Music, 8pm, The Tree Hotel at Cadmore End, Marlow Road. Meet Tim Dawes - bass player of many years and more recently aspiring jazz pianist too. Singer and composer Fini Bearman is already being cited as one of the UK's leading contemporary jazz vocalists. Recently nominated for Jazz Vocalist 2010 alongside Norma Winstone and Ian Shaw by The Global Music Foundation. Featuring: Tim Dawes (Double Bass) Fini Bearman (Vocalist) John Pearce (Piano) Nathan Allen (Drums) Free admission. Book a table if eating. Go to http://cadmore.treehotel.co.uk/ or call 01494 881183.
Walk Ivinghoe Beacon to Incombe Hole, 1.30-3.30pm. Meet at the National Trust car park at Ivinghoe Beacon. Guided walk introducing archaeology and geology with the Bucks Earth Heritage Group. Free to join. Call 01494 881325 for details.
Armed Forces Day, 1pm, The Squirrel Pub, Squirrel Lane, Booker. Show your support by coming along and enjoying a fun day. Bouncy castle, BBQ, face painting and raffle. Call 01494 630707 for details.
Jazzie B at Clayton's Marlow First Year Anniversary Party, 8pm-1am, 16 Oxford Road, Marlow Clayton's Marlow will be celebrating its first birthday in style by inviting the legendary Jazzie B, founding member of UK group Soul II Soul, to play a very intimate DJ set at the bar. This is a ticket only event and all tickets must be purchased in advance from the bar. Tickets are £10. Call 01628 488404.
Musical Extravaganza with Amersham A Cappella and Chalfont Wind Band., 8pm, St Michael's Church, Sycamore Road, Amersham. A light-hearted and entertaining programme performed by two very talented local groups, raising funds for Brain Tumour UK. Tickets are £9 to include wine/ juice. Call 01494 726671.
DRAW - Live band, 8pm, Memorial Hall Social Club, Oxford Road, Stokenchurch. Rock/indie tracks. Free entry. Call 01494 482260.
Around the World, 2.30 and 7.30pm, The Elgiva, Chesham.The Georgie's School of Dance and Drama students present their 2012 production. Join them as they travel in a hot air balloon around the world, stopping at exotic locations. Tickets are £10 for adults and £8 concessions and £7 for children. Call 01494 582900 or go to www.elgiva.com
Cream Tea Sundays, 2-6pm, West Wycombe Community Library, Swan Yard, High Street, West Wycombe. Open every Sunday afternoon,until the end of August (and August Bank Holiday), for cream teas and light lunches, homemade cakes and toasties. Tea served the old fashioned way in china teapots and cups and saucers. Call 01494 449958 for details.
Zumbathon Charity Event, 11am, Gerrards Cross Memorial Centre (Colston Hall), East Common, Gerrards Cross. Money raised will go to Cancer Research. There will be 10 different instructors from all over, an open bar, homemade cakes and raffle prizes to be won. Tickets are £10 for adults and £6 under 14s. Call 07788 563572 for details.
Sir William Ramsay Art Exhibition, 4-7.30pm, Performing Arts Centre, Sir William Ramsay School, Hazlemere. Fur further enquiries contact R Battrick on 01494 815211.
NGS Gardens Open For Charity, 2pm, Gypsy House, Whitefield Lane, Great Missenden. Late Roald Dahl's garden. Of great appeal to children with James giant peaches, Robinsons mammoth onions and the Danny Champion of the Worlds caravan. The gardens are maintained by The Plant Specialist which will also be open across the road. Tickets are £4.
Join the Environment Centre Gardening Group, 10am-12.30pm, Wycombe Environment Centre, Wye River Studios, 17, West Wycombe Road. See the urban garden growing vegetables in pots. Plant, water and harvest and help create space for the orchard.
Arcane Roots are set to play at the Crafurd Arms, Milton Keynes on July 12.
Support comes from Australian four piece ME.
This follows a busy live period for the band which included a headline Kerrang! Awards show in June, a UK tour with Twin Atlantic, dates with AWOL NATION, Hit The Deck festival and Liverpool Sound City (with Alkaline Trio). For tickets see www.wegottickets.com/event/171947
For more events see the community news section in the Bucks Free Press.