The line-up for this year’s Milton Keynes Masked Ball has been announced, and it’s set to be a grand affair.
The organisers of Buckingham’s Music In The Market say sunshine is guaranteed at this year’s event, on Sunday, May 26.
Enjoy an eclectic mix of musical offerings while helping to raise funds for life-saving research on Saturday.
The University of Buckingham Music Society presents its first concert 10 years tonight, Friday, at the Radcliffe Centre.
The music legend that is ‘The Voice’ and a ‘Sex Bomb’ (erm , that’s Tom Jones) will be burning down the house (not literally, you understand) on Wednesday at Calcutta Brasserie.
The new landlords of the Folly Inn, at Adstock, are holding an acoustic live music event, with food and fun, from 3pm until late on Saturday, June 1, to welcome back old customers and hopefully attract new ones.
The brilliant Curtis Stigers brings his distinctive sound to The Stables in Wavendon on Thursday – but due to that brilliance, tickets have all sold-out - it might still be worth a call to the box office for returns though.
Up-and-coming singer songwriter Luke Girvan will play at the Ladies’ Evening and Cider Festival at Towcester Racecourse on Friday, May 24.
A breath of fresh air will breeze through The Song Loft on Friday, when Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer showcase their effortless blend of traditional material and contemporary interpretations.
A Bicester resident is performing at a series of Sunday night gigs at the Bure Farm pub in Bicester.
They might not sing a rainbow, but Red Gold Green (RDGLDGRN) are still a colourful concoction on the up and up, and The Pad has booked the Washington DC chaps for their only non city date on their debut UK tour – they play Bedford Esquires on Thursday evening.
The Knife, the new single from London-based ‘dark folk connoisseurs’ Arrows of Love is a delicious slice of warped.
Most of us are lucky enough to go about our day to day business with decent health.
The Church of St John the Evengelist, in Radclive, plays host to a Music In Quiet Places concert at 7.30pm tomorrow, Saturday, with the Maurizi String Quartet and renowned mezzo sopranoSophia Grech, described by the Royal Opera House as having “a role among the leading vocalists of her generation”.
Olney Jazz Club welcomes award-winning saxophonist Simon Spillett on Tuesday at 8.30pm.
To make things easier, we’ll start The Stables round-up this week by telling you that all tickets for Jimeoin on Saturday night are sold-out.
Concert pianist Sally Mellor and actor and landscape gardener Francesca Murray are presenting an evening of music and poetry, In Celebration Of Gardens, at the Radcliffe Centre, Buckingham, in support of the Puzzle Centre.
Folk legend Tom Paxton brings his timeless works back to The Stables this evening.
The Great Horwood Silver Band is giving a concert in Winslow on Saturday, in support of Buckingham, Winslow and District Citizens Advice.
Buckingham band Casual Panic are excited to be playing a big local gig at 13 High Street on Friday, May 3.
The Subways are the latest tasty name to announce a date at The Craufurd Arms in Wolverton.
A memorial concert for Alan Brook is being held at 3pm tomorrow, Saturday, at Buckingham Parish Church.
A concert featuring Peter Edwards, of Buckingham band the Red Bullets, performing with composer and cellist Keith Templeman and the Buckingham Chamber Orchestra at the Radcliffe Centre at 7.30pm tomorrow, Saturday, is expected to be very popular.
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Weather for Buckingham
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North east
Temperature: 10 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North