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Eating out: Beech House is buzzing in Bucks

If there was one word used to describe the Beech House in Bucks it would have to be ‘buzzing’.

Eating Out
Are you brave enough to take on the Big 6 Challenge at Alton Towers? Photo - Alton Towers.

Want to get into Alton Towers for free? You’ll need a strong stomach...

Ever fancied a free day out at Alton Towers? Well here’s how - but only if you’re brave enough!

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WATCH: The local performers making up 100-strong Oliver cast for Waterside Theatre’s first ever Stage Experience

The countdown is on to Aylesbury Waterside Theatre’s first ever Stage Experience in collaboration with Vivo D’Arte and Aylesbury Vale District Council featuring 126 local performers.

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Andre Rieu's annual Maastricht concert is being screened at the Grove Theatre, Dunstable

Five of the best things to do in and around Luton and Dunstable in the next seven days

From idyllic gardens to powerful theatre, there's lots going on...
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Summer holiday fun? Waddesdon Manor has it licked!

Don’t worry parents Waddesdon Manor has the summer holidays licked

With the six week summer holidays looming parents will be pleased to know Waddesdon Manor has it covered with all welcome to join the Estate’s feathered mascot Mimi the Mynah for a family fun European tour.

Lifestyle
A Judgement in Stone

Andrew casts judgement in criminal drama in Milton Keynes

He might have had seven years playing a policeman on The Bill but actor Andrew Lancel will put his detective skills to the rest when he appears in a Ruth Rendell crime drama.

Theatre and Comedy
Explore wondrous sights in miniature with Lego displays at Stockwood Discovery Centre

Summer of fun for families in Luton

Luton has a packed summer schedule of family events across the area to keep children entertained during the holidays.

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Three coffees a day is the secret to a longer life

Three coffees a day is the secret to a longer life

The secret to a long life might be three cups of coffee as a landmark study reveals it reduces the risk of death from all disease.

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The ultimate Game of Thrones trivia quiz

The ultimate Game of Thrones trivia quiz

Do know your knights from your ladies and Kings Landings from Castle Blacks?

TV and Film
Micro Machines World Series is out now

Console Corner: Micro Machines World Series review

Good things come in small packages.

Tech
Andy Serkis as Caesar

REVIEW: Sophisticated blockbuster action in latest Apes escapade

Tom Wade reviews War for the Planet of the Apes (12A), starring Andy Serkis

TV and Film
Jane Eyre

REVIEW: Jane Eyre, MK Theatre

You get two for the price of one with the celebrated Creagh/Carr Review - the opinions of seasoned hackette Bev Creagh and flamboyant newshound Stewart Carr. Here’s what they thought of the National Theatre/Bristol Old Vic collaboration of Jane Eyre, at Milton Keynes Theatre until Saturday, July 15.

Theatre and Comedy
Dan Raza unveils his new album ‘Two’

Dan Raza unveils his new album ‘Two’

A Leighton singer-songwriter has joined up with elite names from the music scene for his 
hotly-awaited second album which was released this week.

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The Rose and the Bulbul features music and dance

Five of the best things to do in and around Luton and Dunstable in the next seven days

From cheeky comedy to multicultural performances, there's lots to do...
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Jane Eyre

Review - Jane Eyre at Milton Keynes Theatre

Dragged up an unwanted infant to become a youngster displaying all the usual tantrums, the latest co-production between the National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic certainly gives a different slant on the much-loved Charlotte Brontë story of Jane Eyre which opened in Milton Keynes last night (Monday) for a week long run.

Theatre and Comedy
Wonderland

Interview: Wendi in Wonderland role in Milton Keynes

A role where you are required to eat three jam tarts a night might seem like a joy.

Theatre and Comedy
Eamonn Fleming presents Confabulation at the Hat Factory in Luton

A Luton show to remember

A comical exploration of memory and truth comes to the Hat Factory in Luton this week.

Theatre and Comedy
Vox London Collective performed the piece

A piece of music by a Luton composer receives its world premiere in London

A piece of music by a composer from Luton received its world premiere on Sunday at The Southbank Centre Royal Festival Hall Bar as part of the Chorus Festival.

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Kodi

Kodi reveals why customers now mistakenly think their box “no longer works”

Kodi has told customers complaining that their box “no longer works” that a number of websites have now shut down their services.

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Two drinks a day raises cancer risk by 21 per cent

Two drinks a day raises cancer risk by 21 per cent

Just two beers or glasses of wine a day raises the risk of bowel and gullet cancer by more than a fifth, according to new research.

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