“What is there to do, in Aylesbury, after dark?”
This is a common question and the answer, more often than not, surprises people. There is a lot to do in Aylesbury, socially.
Culturally, Aylesbury is very diverse and this diversity is catered for in so many ways. The recent addition of The Waterside Theatre has seen a wide spectrum of shows, musicals, international, and local acts take to the stage, so much that, in some cases, tickets were “SOLD OUT” in minutes.
In the town centre, you will find a wide range of eateries, from the expected larger chains such as Nando’s and Wagamama’s to smaller, independently run restaurant serving Chinese, Italian, Spanish, French, Turkish, American and, of course, English cuisine. Aylesbury doesn’t lack for pubs either, both big and small and in The Kings Head, we have one of the oldest, independent pubs in Buckinghamshire, if not England as it dates from the 15th Century.
Also in the town centre, there is the Odeon cinema showing all the latest releases, live music across a wide range of venues, street artists in and around Market Square and various events that are held in Kingsbury Square, such as The Roald Dahl Festival.
If sport and exercise is your thing, then there are gymnasiums dotted around the town, Aylesbury Aqua Vale for swimming and general fitness, the opportunity to play 6-a-side football and join in with park runs. As Aylesbury is set within the picturesque Chilterns, you are never too far away from a lovely walk.
With so much on offer, it’s no wonder that people choose Aylesbury as their home. After all, you have pretty much everything on your doorstep.