Who said Oxford was the home of intellects? Buckinghamshire has a range of inspiring events to satisfy any art, history or theatre buff this Summer!
The annual Bucks Open Studios launches on June 10th and is hosting over 600 artist's exhibitions which showcase their work – it’s a great opportunity to experience the creativity of Bucks. Or if you find it difficult to ‘look but not touch’, attend one of Sally Evans Makers Fairs for the chance to buy quirky little gifts.
Arts at Stowe also have a hugely diverse schedule of productions for the upcoming months, including: Arcadia Opera, Macbeth and the very high brow ‘Dogs Don’t Do Ballet’. Some of these are outdoors, so you can enjoy them al fresco with a picnic! Alternatively, Queens Park Arts Centre is running a range of workshops that are perfect for any budding performers.
For a child-free evening, the scene is set at Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway. You're armed with clues and canapés - can you solve the murder mystery aboard the dining train?! And to round off your cultural trip, Chiltern Open Air is travelling through time with events celebrating different periods of history from the rotten Romans to the terrible Tudors.