There will be plenty of opportunities to enjoy watching the Towersey Morris perform this festive season.
Every year during the run up to Christmas the Morris travel round to local pubs and perform a Mummers Play.
The play has a basic script and dramatis personae that is subject to amendment each year in order to include one or more topical characters and references to topical events.
The monies collected during the performances are divided between their two charities - The Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases and the Multiple Sclerosis Trust.
Last season Towersey Morris raised £1,200 for these charities.
The Morris team began their outings on Wednesday, December 13, and can now be seen on the following dates:
Friday, December 15:
The Harrow, Hughenden, at 7.45pm
The Black Lion, Naphill, at 8.15pm
The Black Horse, Lacey Green, at 8.45pm
The Whip, Lacey Green, at 9.15pm
The Pink and Lily, Lacey Green, at 9.45pm
Monday, December 18:
The Swan, Thame, at 7.45pm
The James Figg, Thame, at 8.45pm
The Cross Keys, Thame, at 9.15pm
Wednesday, December 20:
The Hop Pole, Aylesbury, at 7.45pm
The Harrow, Aylesbury, at 8.15pm
The Broad Leys, Aylesbury, at 8.45pm
The Five Bells, Weston Turville, at 9.15pm
The Chequers, Weston Turville, at 9.45pm
Friday, December 22:
The Plough at Cadsden, at 7.45pm
The Hampden Arms, Great Hampden, at 8.15pm
The Gate at Bryants Bottom, at 8.45pm
The Cross Keys, Great Missenden, at 9.15pm
The Red Lion, Little Missenden, at 9.45pm