1 Feb
h. 20:00

centreJazz - Feb 2022 - Dave Rance and his Rocking Chair Band

we play host to the ever-popular Dave Rance and his Rocking Chair Band, led by trumpet player Dave, who will be giving us some of their favourite numbers with their trademark energetic style.
15 Feb
h. 20:00

centreRock - Feb 2022

Rock and Roll comes to the bar, continuing on 16th October centreRock will be in the bar at Bourne End Community Centre
20 Feb
h. 14:30

The New Royalty - The Hundred-Foot Journey - Feb 2022

"A Hundred-Foot Journey" and it's not just the protagonists in the movie who will embark on a journey, but so will you. You will laugh, you will smile, you will wonder, and you will be immersed in the surroundings of a picturesque small town in the mountains of France where two beautiful (and delicious!) cultures clash, mingle, and eventually harmonize.
1 Mar
h. 20:00

centreJazz - Mar 2022 - In The Pocket

“In the pocket” is a piece of jazz-talk for a really tight and well-coordinated rhythm section. The “In the Pocket” jazz band certainly lives up its name,
20 Mar
h. 14:30

The New Royalty - Judy - Mar 2022

A heart is not judged by how much you love others but by how much others love you. JUDY is an unforgettable film that warms your heart and lingers on making you question and believe the vacuum in an artist's life. JUDY will be screened on Sunday 20th March at The New Royalty Cinema.
14 Apr
h. 19:45

centreTalks-Apr 2022-Maidenhead to High Wycombe Railway

Bourne End Community Centre, Wakeman Road, Bourne End, Bucks SL8 5SX
The 50th anniversary of the closure of the railway line from Bourne End to High Wycombe on 2 May 1970 was during the pandemic. We are belatedly commemorating this event when John Gurney tells us about the history of the Wycombe Railway, from Maidenhead to High Wycombe.
9 Jun
h. 19:45

centreTalks-Keith Spencer-History of Wycombe in 10 Objects

Bourne End Community Centre, Wakeman Road, Bourne End, Bucks SL8 5SX
This talk by Keith Spencer from the Wycombe Museum tells the story of Wycombe District from prehistory to the present day through 10 key objects chosen from thousands in the Museum's collection. From Roman oil lamps to Buckinghamshire point lace, from WW1 aircraft to Victorian chair arches, the story of Wycombe is dynamic and varied