By Haddenham Webteam - 16th November 2018 10:00am
As always in the run-up to Christmas, the Haddenham Mummers will be out-and-about performing their traditional folk play at a number of local locations and venues, raising money for this year's chosen charities, namely:
- Haddenham Community Library
- MPS — The Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases
- Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway
- Helen & Douglas House Hospices.
Here's their schedule for 2018:
Saturday 8th December — Winterfest
Friday 14th December — Tour of the local villages:
Motts Travel are generously supplying a minibus, so the Mummers can offer seats to anyone who wants to visit some of the excellent pubs in the local area. The cost is only £5 — on offer is a night to remember!
- Haddenham Village Carol Concert
- The Crown at Cuddington
- Seven Stars at Dinton
- Bottle and Glass
- The Hundred at Ashendon
- The Bell in Chearsley
Friday 21st December — Tour of the Haddenham pubs
On Friday 21st December the Mummers will be touring various cafes, restaurants and pubs in Haddenham, performing their world famous folk play.
Here's the tour schedule, with approximate timings:
|5:30pm||Tickety Brew — see details below|
|7:30pm||House of Spice|
|9.00pm||Rose & Thistle|
|9:45pm||King's Head (again)|
Haddenham has some excellent pubs and we are in danger of losing some of them — so please come out to support the Mummers and at the same time helping to swell the coffers of our pubs — enjoy a brilliant occasion.
In addition to the pubs, the Mummers will be also performing at the brilliant Tickety Brew on 21st December, starting at 5.30pm. Tables should be booked with Tracey in advance. Why not take in the Mummers at this intimate venue? According to Tim Chowns: "You can take pictures and we will sign autographs, both of which could be worth a lot of money in the future."
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