Monthly Archives: January 2020

Open Meetings updated – NB January is 29th

It was the Panto that did it!

But we’ll have our own laugh with Jayne Osborn (Northampton’s own Pam Ayres) who will entertain not only with poetry but also magic.

So wash away the winter blues and make sure everybody knows the right day (29th), the time’s the same (2.30) with free admission for all.

Bet the Panto can’t do that.

History Talks by the Open University

They are putting together a series of free public history talks, to which they are keen to invite local U3A members. The first of which will be held on Tuesday 21st January at 4.30pm. If anybody would be interested in the first one is going to be on the history of the Conservative party, and the later ones (they’re just pinning down dates at the moment) will cover all sorts of interesting subjects, such as the history of presidential elections in the USA. You can find more details about the first one on this link.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reflections-on-the-history-of-the-british-conservative-party-tickets-78608156111

Single Tickets available – see below.

Single Tickets available – see below.

I have one spare ticket for ‘The King and I‘ on March 5th at 2.30pm.  Ticket costs £45.00

Also one ticket has become available for Matthew Bourne’s  ‘The Red Shoes’ on January 30th at 2.30pm.  Cost £30.00

A new show has been added for September and the pay by date for Cabaret has been extended.

Please contact Di if you are interested in either.(01869 278149)

tickets@buckinghamu3a.org.uk