Wycombe Swan Theatre
Opened in 1992 the Wycombe Swan is a modern theatre, with a programme of events featuring comedy and classical music, pop and pantomime, drama and dance; so there's something for everyone to enjoy at the Wycombe Swan Theatre.
Tel 01494 514444
Distance from hotel: 5.2 miles
Theatre Royal Windsor
The greatest names in theatre come to the Theatre Royal Windsor, as they have since it opened in 1910. This intimate theatre boasts Bill Kenwright as its producer and audiences are treated to new productions before they transfer to London's West End or go off on tour around the country. There’s a traditional pantomime every Christmas.
Tel 01753 853888
Distance from hotel: 14.1 miles
Film and Fiction
Home to the world famous Pinewood Film Studios, Buckinghamshire has been used as the backdrop for many well-known TV series and films from Bridget Jones to Bond, Harry Potter to Inspector Morse. In addition, West Wycombe Park was used for the importance of Being Earnest, Stoke Park for Bridget Jones Diary; the Crown Hotel in Amersham in Four Weddings and a Funeral; the village of Turville for the setting of The Vicar of Dibley and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Cliveden in the latest Sherlock Holmes feature. The county has also been the inspiration of many well-known and inspiring authors and poets. Thomas Grey wrote his masterpiece Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard in Stoke Poges and Rupert Brooke took inspiration from the Chilterns.