After the War Was Over

Haddenham Museum Trust

Saturday 10 November 2018

St Mary’s Church, Haddenham

1430 and 1930

A new play by Margaret Watkins following on from the previously performed production in 2014, which commemorated the outbreak of war. With the assistance of the Haddenham Players, the production will form part of the commemoration of the Armistice and the sacrifices of local people.

All profits will be shared between Help for Heroes and the Royal British Legion


100 Hearts: Legacy of War

Bucks County Museum

Church Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2QP 

20 October 2018 to 12 January 2019

One of 12 country-wide exhibitions by the members of the Embroiderers’ Guild commemorating the end of the Great War through intricate and evocative pieces of work in fabric and thread. The display in Aylesbury will also include photographic portraits of men and women from the county who served in the war. 

Entry by donation


Great War Buckinghamshire Showcase

Saturday 13 October 2018

1000-1500

The Church of Christ the Cornerstone

300 Saxon Gate, Milton Keynes, MK9 2ES

Local history exhibitions about the First World War and the Home Front; stories of men and women from Buckinghamshire who participated; find our how to research Great War ancestors; craft activities for families; poetry readings; music and art displays; refreshments.

Free entry

For more details; archives@buckscc.gov.uk


Great War Buckinghamshire Showcase

Saturday 12 May 2018

1000-1500

Arts4Every1Centre, Desborough Road, High Wycombe, HP11 2PU

A day celebrating the lives of Buckinghamshire men and women who participated in the First World War

Local History Exhibitions, First World War Family History Tips, family Craft Activities, Live Music and Poetry Readings, Refreshments

Free Entry

Details from archives@buckscc.gov.uk


Trench Humour with Al Murray

Viney Memorial Lecture

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Second Space

Sunday 29 April 2018

7.00 p.m

Award-winning comedian and military history enthusiast, Al Murray (aka ‘The Pub Landlord’) will present his unique view of the role of humour in the British Army on the Western Font during the First World War.

Al, who read history at the University of Oxford, has presented a number of television documentaries on aspects of the Second World War and is the author of Watching War Films With My Dad (2013)

Tickets £27.50 (inclusive of booking fee) plus £3.65 transaction fee available from Aylesbury Waterside Theatre 

www.atgtickets.com/shows/trench-humour-with-al-murray/aylesbury-waterside-theatre/

Tel: 0844 871 7607

All proceeds to the Bucks Military Museum Trust


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