What's On

There are many events going on organised by the Community Association and taking place in the Community Centre

dixswk thumbn“It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing”. The Centre bar comes alive on Tuesday June 5th with a visit to centreJazz from the celebrated Dixieland Swing Kings.


Ralph Durbridge ArcticSorry you have missed this centreTalk. Ralph Durbridge's life and expedition experience from the Brecon Beacons to British Guyana, from the heat and humidity of the jungle to the frozen Arctic.

Max BrittainMax Brittain and his quartet revisits Bourne End with legendary alto saxophonist Peter Ripper. for another great evening of jazz

20180210 Flicks 100An evening of entertainment - Saturday Night at the Movies on 10th February including songs from Dirty Dancing, Saturday Night Fever, Grease, Mamma Mia and many more




20180308 centreTalk Mike Payne Pinewood

Sorry you have missed this centreTalk. Pinewood studios are where James Bond and Harry Potter were filmed but this was also where Genevieve, The Red Shoes, The Da Vinci Code and many Carry On films were made. Hear Mike Payne tell about the history of these world famous studios.

Harvey Watson WW1 London ZepellinThis is the next centreTalk 'Death from Above' - Zeppelin raids in the 1st World War is a talk by Harvey Watson. When the 1st World War began in 1914 for the first time warfare spread to a new dimension as both sides used aeroplanes and airships to spy on the enemy.

The Kings Head Pub SignThis is a future centreTalk "Pub Crawl - The Taverns of England" by Vic Botterill. It’s nice to go for a drink in a traditional pub. Have you ever wondered why so many have unusual signs?


The New Royalty Cinema

The first screening at The New Royalty Cinema was sold out about a week beforehand. Thank you to everyone for your support, it was a great night to see the May Woollerton Hall full for the screening of Victoria and Abdul. Thank you to all the volunteers who have made this a real Community Cinema event.

20171202 BourneEnd TheRoyaltyCinemaOn the 30th of May 1959 Bourne End’s cinema closed for the last time. The Royalty screened films for 25 years since it opened in 1934. Its typical 1930s Art Deco style building still stands on the corner of The Parade and Wakeman Road. After its closure Bourne Enders have had to travel to cinemas in Marlow (until its cinema also closed), Wycombe or Maidenhead.

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