Music NOT in the Market (Fringe Week)

For one time only, Music in the Market has moved to Buckingham Rugby Club and become part of the Buckingham Fringe Week.

This event has been organised by the Buckingham Acoustic Club and supported by Buckingham Town Council and Buckingham Rugby Club.

Prepare to enjoy live music on the pitch – Keep an eye out on social media @buckinghamtc to find out who will be performing!

For more information and updates, visit our Facebook event page.

Buskers Day (Fringe Week)

This is the first ever organised Buskers Day held in Buckingham as part of Buckingham Fringe Week, a packed day of live music in the open space outside the Town Council Chamber!

Acts confirmed so far include:

If you’re interested in performing, email our Events Co-ordinator at events@buckingham-tc.gov.uk to book a time slot.

For further information and updates, join our Facebook event page.

Picture of Buskers, Noah’s Cape – Photographed by Jake McNulty. 

The Oxford Fiddle Group (Fringe Week)

The ever popular Oxford Fiddle Group is returning to Buckingham again for this years Fringe Week.

Buy your tickets here!

The Oxford Fiddle Group perform songs and tunes mainly from England and Scotland, but also from Ireland and the United States of America. A typical line up of one of their performances could include celtic harp, double bass, guitar, mandolin, concertina and the obvious, fiddles!

Tickets are £6 and are available online or from the Buckingham Tourist Information Centre which is located inside The Old Gaol, Market Hill, Buckingham, MK18 1JX.

For more information and updates, visit our Facebook event page.

Buckingham Fringe Week – Oxford Fiddle Group

The Buckingham Fringe Week would not be same without the Oxford Fiddle Group.

The ever popular Oxford Fiddle Group are returning to Buckingham again for the online Fringe Week. They perform songs and tunes mainly from England and Scotland, but also from Ireland and the USA. Some players also play other instruments besides the fiddle, so a typical line up for one of their performances could include a celtic harp, double bass, guitar, mandolin and concertina.

This weekend watch an online performance by them via the Buckingham Town Council You Tube channel.

 

 

 

 

Buckingham Fringe Week – Stargazing From Your Back Garden

On Saturday 11th July, join in with an online zoom presentation at 7pm and chat with Ross Hockman of UK Astronomy. If you would like to attend, please contact our Events Co-ordinator via email on events@buckingham-tc.gov.uk for the meeting’s details.UK Astronomy is a locally based charity set up by a husband and wife to help teach others about the skies above them, they travel the Buckinghamshire area educating community groups, schools and do stargazing events. Ross said “Throughout lock down we have been doing I SPY IN YOUR GARDEN SKIES helping get people out in their gardens enjoying them and have seen a huge increase in numbers joining our Facebook group and this hobby. For more info please do visit us at www.ukastronomy.org.

Buckingham Fringe Week – Children’s Mural Design Challenge

Open to all children, help to create a mural with your artwork. Between 11th and 20th July, draw a picture of a bug, bird, butterfly, insect or creature that you might see on a wildlife walk in or around Buckingham or draw yourself going for a walk.  Your drawing should be on A4 paper and cover the whole sheet. Outline your drawing in a dark colour, preferably using a dark pencil or marker pen so that it stands out.

The drawings should be e-mailed to events@buckingham-tc.gov.uk by noon on Monday 20th July.  50 designs will be chosen and The Children’s Workshop will put them together as a permanent mural which will be displayed in Buckingham.