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Cinderella tale in Oxford

A reimagined version of the fairy tale Cinderella is coming to the New Theatre in Oxford for two days, starting on Friday April 28.

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St George's flag

8 things you need to know about Saint George’s Day

It’s Saint George’s Day today - the day we celebrate England’s patron saint.

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One of the pieces from Demons land: A Poem Come True

Edmund Spencer’s epic poem The Faerie Queene inspires new multi-media exhibition at Stowe

The world-famous landscape garden at Stowe in Buckinghamshire is the setting for a new multi-media exhibition inspired by the sixteenth-century poem The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser.

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Kenneth Tindall

Interview: Casanova choreographer talks about ballet ahead of Milton Keynes date

We chat to Kenneth Tindall who has put together the Northern Ballet's production of Casanova coming to Milton Keynes Theatre next week

Theatre and Comedy
Arts and crafts in Haddenham

Spacious setting in Haddenham

Some quite unusual and unique arts and crafts are on offer at a fair in what used to be a free range chicken roost.

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Cinderella as a ballet comes to Oxford

Classic fairy tale served up at Oxford

Children as young as three can come along and see a ballet which has been specially created for young people.

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Urban Strides perform at last year's Activate dance festival

Dancers set to showcase their talents at Aylesbury festival

Hundreds of young dancers from across Bucks and beyond are preparing to descend on the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury for a two night dance extravaganza next week.

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Photo by Connie Fore

Call goes out for your funny pet photos

The Comedy Pet Photography Awards has already received a barrage of strong (and rib-tickling) contenders, but there's still time to enter.

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The Mother of Parliaments: Annual Division of Revenue by Adam Dant, 2017. Copyright Adam Dant

Aylesbury Vale MP John Bercow featured in contemporary take on artistic French calendars

Aylesbury Vale MP and Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow takes pride of place at the centre of a contemporary take on the classic French almanac on display at Waddesdon Manor.

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BCC 'family first' project praised by Government for 'high quality work' with families

BCC 'family first' project praised by Government for 'high quality work' with families

Families across Bucks are getting better, more coordinated, help earlier and only have to tell their story once, as the Council puts Families First.

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Almost 30 youngsters from the local area joining up with the English National Ballet

Dream comes true for Aylesbury and Buckingham dancers

Almost 30 children will dance alongside professional principals in a production of Nutcracker Suite by the English Youth Ballet.

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One of the pieces by the artist

Artist loved by Theo Walcott sees work on display at Stoke Mandeville

For a spectacular display of beautiful and stunningly executed myth and folklore inspired drawings and paintings, visit Obsidian Art’s current exhibition featuring the work of Ed Org.

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It’s almost spring, and just look at this beautiful Weston Turville scene

It’s almost spring, and just look at this beautiful Weston Turville scene

The Bucks Herald’s resident historian Karl Vaughan took this amazing shot of a swan at sunrise at Weston Turville Reservoir on February 24.

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Sophie Hahn

Aylesbury exhibition celebrates Paralympic heroes

A special exhibition commemorating the success of GB Paralympic athletes celebrates their victories against a backdrop of Grecian mythology in a display at the county museum.

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The Red Shoes at Milton Keynes Theatre

If you love ballet, don’t miss this show

The Red Shoes: Theatre review by Hannah Richardson

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Brendan Cole in his new show

Interview: Brendan Cole bringing Strictly magic to Aylesbury

You might think that after finishing a long series of a popular Saturday night show Brendan Cole may want to step back, but he is one to persevere.
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Cordelia Braithwaite as Aurora in a previous production of Sleeping Beauty

Cordelia steps into The Red Shoes

For someone who wanted to be a vet, Cordelia Braithwaite’s career has taken a surprise turn.

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Scott Reid, Crystal Condie and Toby the rat

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time makes second visit to Waterside

The hugely successful National Theatre production will be performed in Aylesbury over the next week at the Waterside.

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Inspirational body image documentary that's 'changing the world' is coming to Aylesbury

Inspirational body image documentary that's 'changing the world' is coming to Aylesbury

The director of a hit Australian documentary, Embrace, is changing how women feel about their bodies
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Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes coming to Milton Keynes Theatre

Beloved fairy tale dances onto Milton Keynes stage

A beloved fairy tale and award winning movie, The Red Shoes has seduced audiences and inspired generations of dancers with its tale of obsession, possession and one girl’s dream to be the greatest dancer in the world.

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