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“YOU’VE got to up your game”, comedian Stewart Lee mockingly berated the High Wycombe audience of his show at the Swan last night, after claiming yet another of his jokes didn’t get the response it deserved.
1:50pm Saturday 8th February 2014
12:16pm Friday 7th February 2014
IF you haven't seen Rufus Hound's latest show, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, being promoted then where have you been? The former stand up comedian and co-star Robert Lindsay have been merrily plugging the show which is coming to Aylesbury before it débuts in the West End.
3:40pm Monday 3rd February 2014
12:20pm Thursday 30th January 2014
BEING an actor is getting harder. You no longer have to be able to act, and often sing and dance too. Now, it seems, you have to play multiple musical instruments while acting, and singing, and dancing.
4:15pm Tuesday 28th January 2014
12:02pm Tuesday 28th January 2014
SHIRLEY Koster directed this Agatha Christie-type whodunit thriller with fun, twists and laughs. Mercifully, Koster stopped short of an all-out farce, but could not help dipping her toe in a bit of pratfalling.
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2:11pm Tuesday 26th November 2013
IN choosing this play The Beaconsfield Theatre Group set themselves quite a challenge and pulled it off extremely well. Written by Ibsen and adapted by Arthur Miller, it illustrates how people can be self-serving.
1:40pm Tuesday 26th November 2013
2:24pm Monday 25th November 2013
SOME comedians make the famously terrifying job of striding onto stage and winning over hundreds of people expecting to be made to laugh look utterly effortless, and Irish comedian Ardal O’Hanlon is certainly one of them.
10:10am Sunday 24th November 2013
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11:20am Monday 18th November 2013
AN all male Shakespeare company called Propeller is bringing its version of the magical A Midsummer Night's Dream to the Wycombe Swan this month. Chris Myles, who is playing Bottom, spoke about his excitement for the show and how growing up in High Wycombe sparked his love of performing.
4:00pm Saturday 9th November 2013
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3:12pm Tuesday 22nd October 2013
2:06pm Tuesday 22nd October 2013
Review: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Tasmin Little, conducted by Bramwell Tovey at the Wycombe Swan
2:33pm Monday 21st October 2013
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10:44am Monday 2nd September 2013
A STAGE show based on popular Cbeebies TV series Grandpa in My Pocket sounds like a great idea, but there was one thing that had me scratching my head as we took to our seats in the Wycombe Swan over the weekend.
10:30am Friday 9th August 2013
JOE Pasquale never says no before thinking about it. And with this gung-ho attitude he is half way through a degree, is touring the country with his latest stand-up show, has learned to fly, took up boxing and has completed a marathon. The 51-year-old talked about his upcoming show, Ha Ha Holmes, his midlife crisis and Monty Python.
10:31am Friday 9th August 2013
11:30am Wednesday 7th August 2013
A FEW years ago, the average age of a member of the Marlow Amateur Operatic Society was around 50 to 60. Now the average age is nearer 30. Heather Morgan took over as Chairman of the musical theatre society two years ago and feels she has taken the society forward into new areas.
2:20pm Saturday 27th July 2013