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What To Do In Berkshire And Buckinghamshire In January

Hortlands X June

Blow away the festive cobwebs with some of these events and places to visit this new year

Artistic Endeavour

Ongoing

Clarendon Fine Art, Marlow and Beaconsfield

Mr Brainwash Balloon Girl

From cutting edge experimental art to original landscapes, from Miro to Mr. Brainwash, Clarendon Fine Art offers an exclusive and inspiring experience in modern and contemporary art collecting. They have exciting plans for 2022 at their Marlow and Beaconsfield galleries, including one of their most recent signings Mr Brainwash (work pictured here, Balloon Girl). One to watch in the art world.

clarendonfineart.com

Eythrope’s Spectacular Snowdrops

13-14 January

Waddesdon Manor

Eythrope

See the parkland at Eythrope with a blanket of snowdrops. After visiting the private gardens, enjoy afternoon tea at the Manor Restaurant as well as the chance to see the swathes of snowdrops and the Winter Light displays in Waddesdon’s gardens.

waddesdon.org.uk

Blood Brothers

14-29 January

Theatre Royal Windsor

Blood Brothers

Willy Russell’s legendary musical tells the captivating and moving tale of twins separated at birth, who grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with tragic consequences. Few musicals have been received with such acclaim as the multi-award-winning Blood Brothers. It has been affectionately christened the ‘Standing Ovation Musical’.

theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk

Nature Tots

21 January

Woolley Firs, Maidenhead

Bucks Berks And Oxon

We don’t think there’s a better time to get out and explore the local countryside than during the crisp January days – and why not start a new year by exposing your little ones to a spot of nature. The Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust will be staging this special event at Woolley Firs, Maidenhead, taking your pre-school little ones out for some outdoor nature discovery.

bbowt.org.uk

Spike

27 January-5 March

Watermill Theatre

Spike

It’s the booming fifties, and Britain is in the clutches of Goon mania as men, women and children across the country scramble to get their ear to a wireless for another instalment of The Goon Show. While Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers get down to the serious business of becoming overnight celebrities, fellow Goon and chief writer Spike finds himself pushing the boundaries of comedy, and testing the patience of the BBC.

watermill.org.uk/spike

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